What’s the best way to import video files from Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X for editing natively? In this article we will share the best Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X converter with you, with this program you can easily convert Nikon D5600 H.264 MOV files to Apple ProRes 422 or Apple ProRes 4444 MOV format, and then you can edit Nikon D5600 files with Final Cut Pro X smoothly.
Not long ago Nikon released its new DSLR product Nikon D5600, this is a sleek DSLR that blends versatile wireless technology with multimedia imaging capabilities. Nikon D5600 is equipped with an EXPEED 4 image processor and 24.2MP DX-format CMOS sensor, with this hardware you can easily shoot up to 5 fps for working with moving subjects. What’s more, full HD recording is also supported by this excellent camera, you can record 1080p videos up to 60 fps, you can also shoot HD 720p and SD 480p in multiple frame rates, the recorded videos will be in MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 MOV format.
Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X Question
“Hi there, I bought a Nikon D5600 DSLR to take photos and record full HD videos last month, in the past week I have recorded a lot of 1080p videos with Nikon D5600, and now I need to import these recordings into Final Cut Pro X for editing, I have tried to load H.264 MOV files from Nikon D5600 to FCP X, but I found the videos can’t be edited natively, my friends told me that I should convert H.264 files from Nikon D5600 to FCP X Apple ProRes 422 codec MOV format, do I need to do this? Any suggestion is appreciated, thanks!”
Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X Workflow
Recently some users have reported that they can’t import Nikon D5600 recorded H.264 MOV files to Final Cut Pro X and edit natively, have you encountered this kind of problem? From Nikon D5600 official page you will know that Nikon D5600 can record videos in H.264 codec MOV format, as we know H.264 codec is good for playback, but it is not good for editing, for example, if you load H.264 files into Final Cut Pro X you will not be able to edit videos smoothly, because H.264 codec is not the native supported codec of FCP X, Final Cut Pro X native supported codec is Apple ProRes 422 codec, so if you want to edit Nikon D5600 files with Final Cut Pro natively, you will need to convert H.264 MOV files from Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X Apple ProRes 422 codec MOV format.
Convert files from Nikon D5600 to FCP X Apple ProRes
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is the recommended software to convert files from Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X Apple ProRes, it is the best Apple ProRes converter on the market, it can convert HD videos, blu-ray movies and DVD movies to Final Cut Pro X Apple ProRes codec MOV format, and then you can load converted videos into Final Cut Pro X for editing natively. What’s more, this powerful video converter software can rip blu-ray and DVD disc movies to unprotected common videos for playing on any devices freely, now you can follow the steps below to convert H.264 MOV files recorded by Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X Apple ProRes.
Step 1. Download Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac, install this program on your Mac computer. This software also has Windows version, if you want to convert HD/DVD/Blu-ray on Windows computer, you can also try the Windows version.
Step 2. Launch this Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X converter you will see the main interface, click “Add Files” button on the main interface you will be able to import Nikon D5600 recorded videos that you want to convert, you can add batch files at one time. If you want to rip blu-ray and DVD movies, please click “Load Disc” button to import.
Step 3. Choose FCP X native supported Apple ProRes codec for output. There are rich output formats in this Nikon D5600 FCP X converter, to edit Nikon D5600 files with Final Cut Pro, just select Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov), with this format you can edit Nikon D5600 files with FCP X natively.
Step 4. Before you convert videos from Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X, you can click “Settings” button to customize the output settings, like resolution, bitrate, frame rate, codec, etc. you can adjust them according to your need, you can also skip this step if you don’t need to adjust.
Step 5. Click convert button to start Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X conversion process.
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac will start Nikon D5600 to FCP X conversion immediately, just wait some time, when the conversion is finished, you can import converted videos into Final Cut Pro X and edit with Apple ProRes codec, you will be able to edit the footages natively, and you don’t need to render anymore. Just take a try, hope this Nikon D5600 to Final Cut Pro X converter can help you.