Thursday, July 2, 2015

How to Import DVD to Final Cut Pro X for Editing on Mac?

People like creating and producing personal videos to put into YouTube for grabbing others’ eyes. When you need to edit videos on Mac OS, you may be used to select Final Cut Pro X, which is a revolutionary application for creating, editing, and producing the highest-quality video. But if your source videos are some old family, personal movies having burned into a DVD or old DVD discs you bought, you will seem to be at your wits end. Because Final Cut Pro X maybe support some camera videos but not DVD videos. So if you want to copy DVD video to FCP X to edit. That will let you down for FCP X can’t read DVD video natively. What if you want to import DVD to Final Cut Pro X for create? 

Don’t worry! We just need a little extra steps to transfer DVD to FCP X on Mac through ripping DVD to FCP X compatible video format, like ProRes. For this goal, we need a user-friendly DVD Ripper - Pavtube BDMagic for Mac. This DVD Ripper can easily rip and backup DVD to FCP X no matter it is encrypted DVD disc or unencrypted family DVD video with ultra fast speed. It enables you to merge several video clips into one file or trim a overlong video to a shorter one. (If you want to preserve multi-track from DVD ISO image file, you maybe should select Pavtube ByteCopy.)

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How to import DVD to Final Cut Pro X in ProRes format?

Step 1: Add DVD video to software

Run DVD to FCP X Software on your Mac and load your DVD video by clicking the “File” icon. This programme automatically choose the main video content to rip but If you have several clips and want a whole video, tick all the clips and then mark “Merge into one file” underneath the preview window.

Step 2: Select target video format

Click the format bar to navigate to “Final Cut Pro” and then”Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (*.mov)”. (Learn Apple ProRes Codec Types)

Tip: If your video is overlong or you just want some certain fragment, you can use the built-in video editing tool to trim video footage.

Step 3:  Start DVD to Final Cut Pro X conversion

After choosing the right and suitable video format for Final Cut Pro X, click the big red button on the right-bottom of the interface to start conversion from DVD to Final Cut Pro X.

After conversion, run Final Cut Pro X on your Mac, and click “File” and “Import” to load the ripped video to Final Cut Pro X. Then you can edit your fovarite movie and make a personal edition blockbuster. If you wants more to show on your YouTube as a “Hollywood Director”, you even could backup your Blu-ray to Final Cut Pro X on the shelf to create more higher quality movie.

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