Now we are have a discussion about the ways of importing Canon EOS C100 3D MTS in FCP X, would you like to show your opinions about this topic?
1. Expand knowledge:
"Canon EOS C100 3D relies on a compact design to bring together the renowned technology of Canon CMOS sensors in a smaller, lighter body. Modular and compatible with a host of Canon and third-party accessories, the EOS C100 3D brings stunning HD video quality to independent event videographers and production companies---From the heading lines of Canon EOS C100 on website."
2. Common questions:
"My name is Sara and recently, my boyfriend Kevin proposed to me and recorded our moving moments down by Canon EOS C100 3D. In order to share my happiness with my relatives and friends, we have an idea of editing videos with FCP X and upload on my blog. But there seems some trouble, could anyone one do us a favor?"
3. Know why and solve problems.
From the product specifications on this website we know the main video format that Canon EOS C100 3D output is MTS while FCP X' s compatible format is Apple ProRes codec 422. That's the reason. Here we strongly recommend you Pavtube 3D MTS to FCP X Converter not only can make MTS files edited in FCP X, but also can do some simple editing or settings during the conversion.
Just free download or buy Pavtube XAVC S Video Converter for Mac, and install on your Mac:
4. Import 3D MTS files and choose the best format for FCP X.
Download, install and launch MTS converter, load files from 'Add Video' or 'Add from folder' item. Then choose '3D Video>>MOV Side-by-side 3D Video(*.mov) to output 3D Videos too.
5. Can you see the 'Editor' item above?
5.1 'Trim'---allows users to decide where to start and where to end when converting the selected clip, so that unwanted segments will be cut out after conversion.
5.2 'Crop'--- enables users to get rid of the black edges and unwanted area of the image. Switch to "Crop"tab, and follow the below methods to crop selected video:
5.3 'Image/Video Watermark' Check Enable, you can add images or videos as watermark onto selected video file. The location can also be set by dragging on the preview screen.
5.4 Audio Editor and Subtitle: You can either replace/remove original audio, or set audio fade in/out effects. In this tab, you can add *.srt or *.ass/*.ssa subtitle-files to the video as hard subtitles.
6. "Settings" for your output Apple ProRes profiles."
Such as codec, size, bitrate and frame rate. Take the picture as a reference.
7. Convert Canon C100 AVCHD MTS to Appel ProRes mov
Start 'Converter' to finish your work for further editing in FCP X with your output videos. Also we find the way to import media files into FCP X if you need: Open up FCP X, and go to "File -> Import -> Files…" to import converted 3D footage to FCP X project...