Best Way to Edit Canon C500 4K MXF to FCP

Canon C500 is an impressive 4K Cinema Camera, which has the ability of capturing 2K footage (2,048 x 1,080 pixels) at 12-bit, full 4K RAW output of up to 4096 x 2160 pixels.

However, Final Cut Pro X fails to work well with the 4K MXF Raw footages from Canon C500 as expected. In order to edit C500 4K Raw in FCPX, the ideal alternative way is to convert 4K MXF Raw to Apple ProRes, Apple ProRes 422 (HD)(.mov), Apple Apple ProRes 422 (LT)(.mov), Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy)(.mov), Apple ProRes 422 for Final Cut Pro 6, 7, X 10.0.1, 10.0.2, 10.0.3, 10.0.4, 10.0.5, 10.0.6, 10.0.7, 10.0.8 using 4K Video Converter for Mac.

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Steps to Convert Canon C500 4K MXF to FCP

First of all, download the video converter by clicking the Free Trial button above, and then install and launch it.

Second, you need to store C500 4K Raw footage into a file folder on the desktop. Then drag-and-drop it directly or click the “Add Files” button to load it into the program.

Canon C500 4K MXF to FCP

Third, To edit c500 4k Raw in fcpx, the key point is to choose the proper output format. Press the “Profile” button and then select “Final Cut Pro”-”Apple ProRes 422 (*mov)” as the output format.
Convert C500 4K MXF to Prores FCP

Now that you have finished the steps above, click the “Start” button and the conversion will be launched immediately. Since the conversion time is largely depending on the video file size, so, please don`t flet, it will finish the job with the best quality and fast speed.

After the conversion, you can easily import the Canon C500 4K MXF video files to Final Cut Pro X, 7, 6 for editing.

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