Sony RX10 II is an excellent digital camera, it is able to shoot UHD 4K video up to 30 fps, and super slow-motion full HD video up to 960 fps. UHD 4K videos are recorded in XAVC S MP4 format, and 1080p videos can be recorded in AVCHD MTS format. From this article you will get the best way to import files from Sony RX10 II to FCP X and edit Sony RX10 II 4K files and MTS files with FCP X.
Sony RX10 II digital camera is released several months ago, now there are many users have bought this striking camera to take photos and record videos. Sony RX10 II is equipped with 20.2MP 1″ Exmor RS BSI CMOS Sensor and BIONZ X Image Processor, with this equipment you can record UHD 4K videos in XAVC S MP4 format, the XAVC S format allows for high-bitrate shooting up to 100 Mbps. Besides XAVC S MP4 format, you can also use Sony RX10 II to shoot up to 1080p videos in AVCHD MTS format.
As more users use Sony RX10 II to take photos and record videos, more and more users have encountered Sony RX10 II to FCP X video editing issue, many users have found the Final Cut Pro X on Mac can’t support Sony RX10 II recorded 4K XAVC S MP4 files and AVCHD MTS files, they can edit Sony RX10 II files well, they asked this kind of problems on the forums and websites, and they want an effective solution to import files from Sony RX10 II to FCP X for editing. If you also encountered Sony RX10 II to FCP X importing or editing issue, just follow the guide below, we will share the best way to edit Sony RX10 II 4K files and MTS files with FCP X in native supported Apple ProRes codec.
How to edit Sony RX10 II 4K files and MTS files with FCP X?
Why FCP X can’t support Sony RX10 II recorded XAVC S MP4 files and AVCHD MTS files? It is because these formats are not native supported format of FCP X. From Apple Final Cut Pro X official page you will learn that FCP X native supported format is Apple ProRes 422 codec MOV format, with this codec and format you will be able to edit videos with FCP X smoothly, there will be no importing and editing problems anymore. So in order to import videos from Sony RX10 II to FCP X and edit Sony RX10 II 4K files and MTS files with FCP X, you will need to convert videos from Sony RX10 II to FCP X Apple ProRes codec MOV format.
Convert videos from Sony RX10 II to FCP X Apple ProRes codec
Acrok HD Video Converter for Mac is the recommended software to convert videos from Sony RX10 II to FCP X Apple ProRes codec, many professional users have selected it to convert videos recorded by cameras and camcorders, this program works perfectly in converting HD videos to FCP X and other programs and devices, all the HD videos are supported to import, such as XAVC S MP4, AVCHD MTS, M2TS, MXF, MOV, MP4, M4V, FLV, MPG, etc. this Sony RX10 II to FCP X converter can convert HD videos to Apple ProRes codec for FCP X, DNxHD codec for Avid Media Composer, WMV/MOV for Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, AIC codec for iMovie, etc. it can also convert HD videos for tablets, smartphones, HDTVs and other playable devices. Now just download this Sony RX10 II to FCP X converter and follow the steps below to convert videos from Sony RX10 II to FCP X Apple ProRes codec.
Step 1. Download Acrok HD Video Converter for Mac and install it on your computer, run it you will see the main interface. Besides Mac version this software also has Windows version, if you need to convert Sony RX10 II XAVC S MP4 files and AVCHD MTS files on Windows computer, please try the Windows version.
Step 2. Launch this Sony RX10 II FCP X converter, click “Add Files” button to import the Sony RX10 II videos that you want to convert, such as Sony RX10 II 4K XAVC S MP4 videos, 1080p AVCHD MTS files, etc. batch loading and converting is supported by this Apple ProRes converter. It can also work as MTS player to help you play MTS files on Mac and Windows 10/8.1/7.
Step 3. Choose FCP X native supported format for output. To edit Sony RX10 II 4K files and MTS files with FCP X, please choose Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov), this format is the best supported format of FCP X, it’s natively supported.
Step 4. Click Settings button you will be able to adjust the output parameters, such as resolution, bitrate, frame rate, codec, etc. you can skip this step if you don’t need to adjust.
Step 5. Click convert button to start Sony RX10 II to FCP X conversion.
This Sony RX10 II to FCP X converter will start the conversion process immediately, just wait some time, when the conversion is finished, you can import converted Sony RX10 II files to Final Cut Pro X for editing smoothly, and you don’t need to render anymore. Just take a try on this Apple ProRes Converter, Acrok HD Video Converter for Mac will solve your problems easily.
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