In this article you will know the way to import Nikon D7200 recorded H.264 MOV files to FCP X on Mac, you can convert Nikon D7200 H.264 MOV video to Apple prores 422 or Apple ProRes 4444 codec, and then you can edit Nikon D7200 H.264 MOV files with FCP X.
Nikon D7200 is a new camera released not long ago, it becomes popular since it released, more and more users choose to buy Nikon D7200 as their new DSLR. The Nikon D7200 used 24.2MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor and EXPEED 4 Image Processor, which will help you to take high quality photos and videos. With Nikon D7200 you can record videos in full HD 1080p at 60 fps, which is very great for you to record exciting activities. Besides, this camera has 3.2″ 1,229k-Dot LCD Monitor, Multi-CAM 3500 II DX 51-Point AF Sensor, Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity with NFC, In-Camera Time Lapse, Up to 9,999 Frames, etc, this is a very powerful camera.
After got the Nikon D7200 camera, most users will use it to take photos as well as record high quality videos. From Nikon D7200 official product page or its user manual you will know that Nikon D7200 can record full HD 1080p videos in multiple frame rates up to 60 fps, the recorded videos will be in H.264 MOV format. The H.264 MOV format will help you to store high quality videos, but this H.264 video codec is not compatible with Final Cut Pro X on Mac, many users have encountered problems when they import Nikon D7200 to FCP X for native editing, let’s see an user’s question first.
Nikon D7200 to FCP X question:
“Hi, can you help me to import Nikon D7200 to FCP X and edit smoothly? Just two weeks ago I purchased the Nikon D7200 camera, it works perfect. I have used it recorded some 1080p videos in MOV format. Today I need to edit some footages with FCP X, but when I try to import Nikon D7200 to FCP X and edit, I found the videos can’t be handled smoothly, and I was told by professional users that Nikon D7200 recorded H.264 files not compatible with FCP X, they suggested me to convert Nikon D7200 H.264 to FCP X Apple ProRes 422 codec MOV format, is it true? Can you show a method to import Nikon D7200 to FCP X and edit natively? Thanks!”
Just like the question showed above, there are many Nikon D7200 users have the problem to import Nikon D7200 recorded H.264 MOV files to final cut pro X for editing, what’s the main reason that caused the importing and editing issues? It is the H.264 codec. Nikon D7200 can record videos in H.264 codec, this codec is well for playing but not good for editing, you will get many problems when you using H.264 codec for editing, besides, Apple FCP X best supported video codec is Apple ProRes codec, H.264 codec is not well supported, so if you need to import Nikon D7200 to FCP X, the best method is to convert H.264 MOV files to Apple ProRes 422/4444 codec MOV files.
To convert Nikon D7200 to FCP X Apple ProRes codec, we recommend you to use Acrok HD Video Converter for Mac, it is the best Apple ProRes codec on the market, with it you can easily convert Nikon D7200 to Apple ProRes codec MOV format or any other formats you need, now you can free download the Nikon D7200 to FCP X converter and convert videos to Apple ProRes for FCP X, you can also use it to convert MTS to FCP X, .
Apple ProRes Codec Output:
Main feature of this Apple ProRes Converter:
1. convert Nikon D7200 to FCP X native codec
2. convert any HD videos like MOV, MTS, MXF, MP4, MKV, etc.
3. Convert HD videos to Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 4444, DNxHD, Apple InterMediate Codec, etc.
4. native output format for FCP X, iMovie, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, etc. For example, convert AVCHD to FCP X.
5. optimized formats for devices like smartphones, tablets, HDTVs, etc.
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