Summary: Follow this article you will know how to make Canon HF R406 AVCHD MTS playable and editable in Final Cut Pro, so you can have a smooth post-production workflow in Final Cut Pro X or FCP 6/7X with these AVCHD footage. The Canon LEGRIA HF R406 is a budget-conscious HD camcorder with some higher-end features that single it out from the crowd. After recording some video clips with it, you may want to transfer the MTS files to Final Cut Pro for further editing, but it’s a bit of trouble. Final Cut Pro does not recognize these files. So, how to deal with these videos from Canon HF R406? Is there a solution to importing Canon Legria MTS to FCP on Mac OS X? To import AVCHD footage correctly, Final Cut Pro (FCP 6/FCP 7/FCP X) requires the directory structure of the Canon HF R406 footage must be the same as when it was recorded to the card. If you’ve copied your footage onto a hard drive or other storage media and only kept part of the file structure you’re going to be presented with an unsupported media error message like this one… To solve it, we need to know that Apple ProRes 422 is the most compatible codec for FCP. On the contrary, the codec of Canon HF R406 is AVCHD(MPEG-4 AVC/H.264). So you'd better install a AVCHD Converter for working for your Final Cut. Here I suggest you to use Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac on your Mac OS X computer. With it, you can easily and quickly transcode AVCHD to the best format ProRes for copying to FCP. If you free download it to have a try with the below easy steps, you will find it works find and save your rendering time.How to transcode Canon HF R406 MTS to Apple ProRes for FCPStep 1. Download, install and run the MTS to FCP Converter. Click “Add video” icon to load your source files directly from your camera, or from a card reader, or from the file folder that contains the source MTS videos stored on your computer’s hard disk drive. You can batch convert by highlighting all the clips you just imported or one by one.Step 2: Click the format bar, and move mouse cursor to "Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" as output format.Tip: If you want to use ProRes format in offline editing workflows with Final Cut Server. The Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy) is the ideal format.Step 3: (Optional) Adjust audio and video parameters in Profile "Settings". You can change the default codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel according to your needs and optimize the output file quality.Step 4: Click “Convert” button to start transcoding Canon HF R406 MTS files to Final Cut Pro editable Apple ProRes 422 codec. After 100% accomplishment, you just need to click the "Open" button on the main interface of the AVCHD to FCP Converter to find your converted file . That is to say you can edit your Canon HF R406 recordings in FCP easily and effortlessly.[Q] How to import the converted Canon HF R406 AVCHD clips to Final Cut Pro (X) for further editing? Launch Final Cut Pro 7/FCP 6/FCP X, choose File > Import > Files…, and browse to where you save the converted AVCHD clips to. Choose the videos that you’d like to add.Related guides:Deinterlace Canon Legria HF M306 1080/50i AVCHD on MacMake Canon Vixia HF R20 AVCHD files work with FCP on MacDownloading videos from a Panasonic AG-HMC40 to a mac Avid MCPut Panasonic AG-HMC40 clips into Adobe Premiere CS6Get the best program for Transcoding MXF file to AVIAvid Media Composer 7/6.5/6/5.5 Won't Read P2 MXF files Source:Why FCP X won't allow me to Add Canon R406 footage  
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