Final Cut Pro X is the latest version of one of the most popular movie editing program around the world. It is favored by movie producers, either amateur or professional. As a program on the platform of Mac OS X, FCP X is perfectly compatible with OS X Lion and enhanced by the convenience of the OS from Apple itself. There are only one flaw that troubles the editors: camcorder videos are usually stored in formats that are not originally supported by FCP X, such as XDCAM, MXF, MTS, M2TS, etc. Some of those camcorders can be directly imported to FCPX by frame scanning and converted to Apple ProRes for editing, but many other camcorders are not supported. How to import and edit XDCAM files in FCP X. For example, Sony PMW F3 is in the list. Simple select the demanded video clips and import to FCP X events. If your camcorder is unfortunately not listed in the reference page, you will be unable to directly import your XDCAM movies. To edit your recorded XDCAM movie in Final Cut Pro X, you may have to paste them to HDD from camera’s internal storage or SD card. Then, manually convert the XDCAM, MXF or M2TS file to Apple ProRes MOV. We recommend Apple ProRes Converter for the task. Here is a step-by-step guide. 1. Install and open XDCAM to FCP X converter, add the source video file by clicking the icon on top left corner of the interface. 2. Click "Format" and choose "Apple ProRes 422" preset in "Final Cut Pro". Customize the detailed parameter as you demand. 3. Choose output directory and click "Convert". 4. Once finished, drag and import the converted Sony PMW F3 XDCAM video file to FCP X event. Hope this article The Bridge between your Sony PMW F3 and Final Cut Pro X helps.Thanks for reading.   
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