Most FCP/FCE users may have such kind of questions during using FCP/FCE for video editing: how can I import AVI to Final Cut Pro/Express, and what should I use to convert AVI to FCP/FCE video on Mac to import AVI to FCP/FCE for editing? For the Final Cut Pro support formats include standard definition like Standard DV, DVCPRO, DVCAM, DVCPRO 50, IMX, Uncompressed 8- and 10-bit SD and high definition like HDV, DVCPRO HD, AVC-Intra, XDCAM HD, XDCAM HD 422, XDCAM EX, Uncompressed 8- and 10-bit HD but no avi files, so when you want to edit AVI in FCP, you need to convert AVI to FCP/FCE videos on Mac firstly and then you can import AVI to FCP/FCE for editing.
If you can’t import AVI to Final Cut Pro or Final Cut Express, Leawo null would help you easily convert AVI to FCP on Mac with its advanced AVI to FCP conversion ability. This AVI to FCP converter for Mac is very easy to use, only with a few clicks wherein AVI to FCP conversion would be finished. More than an AVI to FCP converter for Mac to convert AVI to FCP for easy and convenient importing AVI to FCP, this AVI to FCP converter also allows you to freely convert 2D video to 3D video for unlimited 3D movie enjoyment.
Import AVI to FCP converter Mac
Start this AVI to FCP converter for Mac and import AVI to FCP converter Mac by drag-and-drop or clicking Add Video button.
Set output profile for FCP/FCE
Click the icon before 3D button to set output profile for FCP within Leawo AVI to FCP/FCE Converter Mac from Apple group or Common group.
- Change output profile parameters by clicking "+" button in Profile panel on Leawo AVI to FCP converter for Mac: Bit Rate, Video Size, Frame Rate, Video Codec, Audio Codec, Aspect Ratio, etc.
Convert AVI to FCP on Mac
Convert AVI to FCP on Mac within this Mac AVI to FCP converter by clicking convert button. Import AVI to FCP/FCE for further video customization after converting AVI to FCP/FCE videos.
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Final Cut Pro is non-linear video editing software developed by Macromedia Inc. and then Apple Inc. It supports a number of simultaneously composited video tracks (limited mainly by video format and hardware capability); up to 99 audio tracks; multi-camera editing for combining video from multiple camera sources; as well as standard ripple, roll, slip, slide, scrub, razor blade and time remapping edit functions. It comes with a range of video transitions and a range of video and audio filters such as keying tools, mattes and vocal de-poppers and de-essers.