How to Convert Canon EOS H.264 MOV to Apple ProRes for FCP

Canon EOS Digital Cameras Overview

Canon EOS models are Canon’s line of SLR cameras, which span a wide range from inexpensive but highly capable entry-level models to some of the most sophisticated professional SLRs on the market. The EOS brand stands for “Electro Optical System”. With a Canon EOS digital camera, photographers, from beginners to professionals, will experience the many benefits from high image quality to great performance.

Popular Canon EOS digital cameras include: Canon EOS -1D C, EOS -1D Mark IV, EOS -1D X, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS 7D, EOS 60D, EOS 60Da, EOS 70D, EOS M, EOS Rebel SL1/EOS 100D, EOS Rebel T3/EOS 1100D, EOS Rebel T3i/EOS 600D, EOS Rebel T4i/EOS 650D, EOS Rebel T5i/EOS 700D, etc.

Canon EOS models are high-end cameras which can take great photos and record HD videos. Canon EOS recorded videos are in H.264 MOV or AVCHD MTS/M2TS file format. But it is regrettable that both the H.264 and AVCHD are not the preferred format for FCP 6/7/X. If you need to edit Canon EOS recorded video in Final Cut Pro on Mac, you need to transcode Canon EOS MOV to Apple ProRes 422 codec, which is natively supported by FCP 6/7/X.

Here recommended Jihosoft Video Converter for Mac to do the conversion. With it, you can not only convert Canon EOS H.264 MOV to Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 422 LT, Apple ProRes 422 Proxy, Apple ProRes 422 HQ, and Apple ProRes 4444 for editing in FCP, but also customize video with some simple editing features, such as, merging several videos into one file, cropping video size, trimming video clips, adding special effects and watermarks to output videos, and more.
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Follow the steps below to convert Canon EOS AVCHD MTS to Apple Prores on Mac for further editing in FCP:

1. Copy the H.264 MOV or AVCHD MTS files to Mac from your EOS memory card, and load them into this Mac Canon EOS MOV to ProRes Converter.
2. Select the proper Apple ProRes codec for FCP as the output format, and then specify the output folder to store the output video files.
3. Finally start to convert Canon EOS H.264 MOV or AVCHD MTS files to Apple ProRes 422 for FCP 6/7/X.

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