Compare with other video converters, Any Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is really versatile. It could convert numerous different formatted video to the optimum format, rip DVD, download videos from more than 10 websites, record screen, import files to Mac and import Mac files to devices without sync with iTunes.
Here is an article of how to convert the popular video formats such as AVI, WMV, RM, MKV, MPG, etc. to the compatible format of Final Cut Pro. Use Any Video Converter Ultimate for Mac as a tool.
Final Cut Pro is professional editing software developed by Macromedia Inc. and then Apple Inc. Final Cut Pro first swept the independent production sector in Western. And then some mainstream professionals noticed it, such as Steve Soderbergh who filmed “Ascension” and had won an Oscar for Best Director; the splicing master Walter Murch who has spliced “Apocalypse Now”, ”Godfather Ⅱ, Ⅲ”, “Cold Mountain”, used Final Cut Pro to edit works. By then, the Final Cut Pro era has been officially announced. Now, in many colleges, there has set courses for Final Cut Pro.
Final Cut Pro uses QuickTime technology; almost any QuickTime-compatible file format can be imported and exported. This allows you to import files created in video editing, motion graphics, and photo editing applications.
QuickTime compatible file formats include AIFF, MP3, MPEG, WAVE, JPEG, and TIFF, just to name a few. A QuickTime movie file uses a .mov file extension. And it is also compatible with MP4, M4V, and QT formats.
And as we can see, Final Cut Pro does not support the video formats mentioned in the title, which are AVI, AVI, WMV, RM, MKV, and MPG. Then how to edit those videos in Final Cut Pro? We could use Any Video Converter Ultimate for Mac to convert the files to compatible formats.
Step 1: Add Videos
Add Videos to Any Video Converter Ultimate for Mac by clicking the button Add Video/DVD
Step 2: Convert to a compatible video format
We could convert the videos to MP4 format; click Profile -> Common Used Video Formats -> Customized MP4 Movie. With this format, you can set Video Size (resolution) as “original”.
Also we could convert the videos to the format that specially designed for Final Cut Pro. Click Profile -> Apple Software Specific Formats -> Apple Software Final Cut Pro
Note: Now you can start the conversion, but if you like, you can set parameters to get a better picture.
To set parameters, please click “Profile Setting” icon (the left one on the artwork), and it will popup a window, there you can customize Video Codec, Video size, Video Bitrate, Video Framerate, etc.
Note: Also you can save all the parameters by clicking for next time's use, and to have all videos be set in the same configurations in microsecond.
Step 3: Encoding Process
Click the button Convert Now to start the encoding process.
Step 4: Import into Final Cut Pro
After conversion, we could to import converted files into Final Cut Pro for a further editing.
You can click the “Import Files” button:
Or click the File on menu bar -> Import -> Files