"Why can’t I import my Nikon D3100 1080P video to Final Cut Pro/Express to edit Nikon D3100 AVCHD within Final Cut Pro? The video file extension of my Nikon D3100 1080P video is .mov. Shouldn’t that be compatible with Final Cut Pro? Please tell me why and give me how to import Nikon D3100 1080P video to Final Cut Pro."
Nikon D3100 could record full 1080p HD videos in MOV format. But this MOV video format came from Nikon D3100 is a long GOP format that is highly compressed, which means it is not convenient for editing on Mac with QuickTime Player, iMovie, FCE, Final Cut Pro. To import Nikon D3100 1080P video to Final Cut Pro for editing, you need to convert Nikon D3100 1080p HD MTS video to Final Cut Pro video on Mac with a Nikon D3100 video converter.
Leawo nullr is a professional HD video converter for you to easily convert Nikon D3100 1080P video to Final Cut Pro video on Mac, thus to let you freely import Nikon D3100 1080P video to FCP for editing on your Mac. This Nikon D3100 HD Video Converter could not only help you convert and import Nikon D3100 1080P video to FCP, but also other various video editing tools and players like FCE, iMovie, QuickTime Player, iDVD, etc.
Import Nikon D3100 video to FCP converter
You need firstly to start this Nikon D3100 to FCP converter. Drag and drop or click Add Video button to import Nikon D3100 video to FCP converter for Mac for converting.
Choose output profile for FCP/FCE
Choose output profile for FCP within Leawo Nikon D3100 to FCP/FCE Converter Mac profile from Common group by clicking the icon before 3D button on the program interface.
- You can specify output profile parameters by clicking "+" button in Profile panel on Leawo Nikon D3100 to FCP converter for Mac: Bit Rate, Video Size, Frame Rate, Video Codec, Audio Codec, Aspect Ratio, etc.
Convert Nikon D3100 video to FCP on Mac
Convert Nikon D3100 to FCP on Mac within this Mac Nikon D3100 video converter by clicking convert button. Import Nikon D3100 video to FCP/FCE for video editing after converting Nikon D3100 video to FCP/FCE videos on Mac.
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Final Cut Pro is is a non-linear video editing software developed by Macromedia Inc. and then Apple Inc. The most recent version, Final Cut Pro X, runs on Mac personal computers powered by Mac OS X version 10.6.7 or later and using Intel processors. The software allows users to log and transfer video onto a hard drive (internal or external), where it can be edited, processed, and output to a wide variety of formats.