Panasonic HC-X920 to FCP X-X920 AVCHD MTS to FCP X


Panasonic HC-X920 to FCP X-X920 AVCHD MTS to FCP X

How to import Panasonic HC-X920 files to FCP X for editing on Mac? In this article, you can learn which codec or format is well supported by Final Cut Pro X, and you will know the best way to edit Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD with FCP X on Mac, no importing and editing issues anymore.

Panasonic HC-X920 is one of the most popular camcorders on the market, many users choose to bought this device because of its excellent hardware equipment. It features three back-illuminated MOS sensors, and it can records full HD 1080/60p videos in the AVCHD format. Below you can see its main features.

Panasonic HC-X920 Main Feature:

Three 1/2.3″ MOS Sensors with BSI

Leica Dicomar Lens

Crystal Engine Pro II

Remote Shooting and Home Monitoring

Live Channel Video Streaming

3.5″ Touchscreen LCD Monitor

5-Axis HYBRID O.I.S.

Electronic View Finder

20.4MP Still Photographs

5.1-Channel Surround Sound

Optional 3D Conversion Lens


How to import Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD files to FCP X?

After received the Panasonic HC-X920 camcorder, you may have recorded a lot of 1080p AVCHD videos, the recordings are in .mts format, when you try to load Panasonic HC-X920 to FCP X for editing, you will find that Panasonic HC-X920 recorded AVCHD MTS files are not supported, the FCP X can’t recognize the AVCHD MTS files recorded by Panasonic HC-X920, now you meet with importing and editing issue. How to import Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD files to FCP X? the best way is to convert Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD MTS video to FCP X natively supported codec or format.

From Final Cut Pro X product page, you will find that Apple ProRes codec MOV format is native editing codec for FCP X, with this editing codec and format, you won’t have any importing or editing problems. So there are a lot of users choose to use Apple ProRes codec for editing, especially AVCHD camcorder users.

Best Panasonic HC-X920 to FCP X Apple ProRes converter

As we talk above, you will need to convert Panasonic HC-X920 to FCP X Apple ProRes codec, here you will need a Panasonic HC-X920 to FCP X converter, we recommend you to take a try on Acrok MTS Converter for Mac, this is the best AVCHD MTS converter on the market, nearly all the AVCHD MTS files are supported, besides AVCHD MTS format, it also supports MKV, AVI, WMV, FLV, M2TS, MXF, MOV or other formats. There are many optimized formats in the software, for example, it has native output formats Apple ProRes codec for FCP X, DNxHD codec for Avid Media Composer, AIC codec for iMovie, etc. it can also convert AVCHD MTS files to Android tablets, Android smartphones, iPhone, iPad, HDTVs, etc. now please free download this Panasonic HC-X920 video converter by clicking the download button.

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How to convert Panasonic HC-X920 to FCP X for editing with Apple ProRes?

It is very easy to use this Panasonic HC-X920 to FCP X converter on your computer, with just few clicks you can get Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD MTS files converted with top quality and speed. We have prepared the easy steps to operate this program to transcode Panasonic HC-X920 files to Final Cut Pro X, you can follow them.

1. Download and install this Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD to FCP X converter on your Mac. If you also need to convert Panasonic HC-X920 video on Windows, please use its Windows version.

Panasonic HC-X920 to FCP X Converter

2. Launch this Panasonic HC-X920 FCP X converter, and click add files on the top left corner to add your files that need to convert.

3. Select a video format for output. To edit Panasonic HC-X920 files with FCP X, the best format is Apple ProRes 422 or ProRes 4444. Just select one. This software can also convert MTS to FCP X.

Panasonic HC-X920 to Apple ProRes MOV

4. Press convert button to start converting Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD MTS to FCP X.

This Panasonic HC-X920 MTS Converter will transcode files at very fast speed and with top quality, when the conversion is done, you can get converted videos and load them into Final Cut Pro X, and then you can edit natively, and don’t need to render again.

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