Monday, October 27, 2014

Let FCP X Work with GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition 1080p MP4

This paper here explained some details on how to let Final Cut Pro X work with GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition 1080p MP4 files freely.

Get the idea of making 1080p MP4 files for a further editing in FCP X which recorded by GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition? Actually speaking, it was a nice idea that can share the footage with your friends or other usage with the perfect effect. So back to the topic, have you got the GoPro Hero3+ camera?

Let’s together know more below:
The latest GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition is nearly 20% smaller and lighter than its predecessor , the Hero3. The camera captures 4K cinema, 2.7 Cinema, 1440p and full HD 1080p video, also 960p and 720p videos are available. For still image, the Hero3+supports up to 12MP photos with a burst rate of up to 30 fps. In a word, you are so lucky to make the Hero3+ as your favorite.

While for FCP X, if you have got the latest version, you must be interested in it with the multiple functions and choices. However, for several types of ProRes codec it can supports well. Because FCP X was only be available to customers through the Mac App Store, this new released FCP X does not support well with GoPro Hero3+ 1080p MP4 Videos. 

Fortunately, we here found the converting assistant called MP4 to FCP X Video Converter may do us a big favor. For all the FCP X supported video codec, step-by-step guide is allowed here to make you know how to work it well

When you download and launch the program, how to transfer your files in? ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’ , also you can drag your videos directly from your computer storage. Then click the ‘Format’ option and choose ‘Final Cut Pro>>Apple ProRes 422(*.mov) or ‘HD Video’>>’HD MOV (*.mov) as the output for loading to Final Cut Studio. With this option, the output video will be kept as high definition 1920*1080.

Tips: If you got so many clips of original files, you may ask the ‘Merge’ button for a  help. You can click it to combine your clips into one single file as output.

Here we have also offered some additional ‘Settings’ for you guys. With the video size, frame rate or bitrates, even the audio channels, just set them as you like.

Have you all got the details of the conversion in a general way? If you are working the FCP X for the first time, I guess you may also need the transfer steps here. Wish you a nice day!