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- Final Cut Express 4, as the incarnation of Apple's mid-level editing tool, brings it with more similar features as Final Cut Pro and attracts more users, who have been mastered at iMovie but become confusing after reviewing the tutorials of Final Cut Pro.
- Although it is said to support AVCHD format if you import your files via Log and Transfer, many camcorder users also meet problems while trying to do so. The AVCHD uses MPEG-4 compression to store the videos on cameras and camcorders. The codec is not so good for editing but perfect for viewing.
- As people who are familiar with FCE know, the Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC) is the one that is compatible with FCE. Here listed some guides and you can find the info you need.
- Final Cut Pro, one of the most popular non-linear editing soft wares, has been upgraded to FCP X recently. It is reinvented with more fantastic and revolutionary video editing features, including Magnetic Timeline, assembling sophisticated Multicam projects, Clip Connections, Compound Connections, Inline Precision Editor and etc.
- But the High-Definition camera/camcorder users need to pay attention that the FCP, even FCP X, can not support the native editing for AVCHD footage. You need to go to the Log and Transfer widow to transcode your videos to Apple ProRes. But the point is that you have to connect your camera/camcorder to your Mac.
- Here listed some useful guides on how to make things easier and more convenient with Brorsoft Converter for Mac, apply which you can not only convert your AVHCD files to Apple ProRes without loss of quality, but you will be amazed with the useful editing features it brings with.
- Relatively speaking, iMovie provides its users a easier way to get the professional quality and well-edited videos than FCE and FCP. It is developed with simple, useful and fantastic features, which can help you turn your home videos to all-time favorite films by yourself.
- But it also has the same problem with FCP and FCE——it can not perfectly support the AVCHD files recorded by all the High-Definition camera/camcorders. The incompatibility annoys many iMovie users, who are in a dilemma: whether they should purchase another camcorder or they should purchase another editing software?
- Brorsoft products can help you get out of the annoying trouble. You can convert your file to Apple InterMediate Codec, which is compatible with iMovie, and then edit the converted files without loss of quality. Here listed the related guides you may need. By viewing them, you can find the solution to your problem.
- Adobe Premiere Pro is a timeline-based video editing software application. It lets the users edit faster and easier with the true native format supported. The latest version, Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 Get breakthrough performance on workstations and laptops; streamline collaboration; and boost productivity with an efficient, robust, cross-platform editing workflow, all of which become the attractions to the editors.
- But when the camera/camcorder users want to edit some of their files, a problem will hinder their way to enjoy the convenience Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 brings. Their files are not suitable for editing with it.
- Brorsoft products provide three formats to choose as output: WMV(VC-1)(*.wmv), MPEG-2(*.mpg), MOV(AVC)(*.mov) for you. With the software suitable for you, you can easily solve your problem with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5.
- You can work faster, smarter together with the whole Avid Media Composer, which is the award-winning, ACE-certified, and professional’s choice for film, TV, and video editing. It is developed with so many amazing editing features, including animate, 3D Warp, Color Correction toolset, Stereoscopic editing abilities, SmartTools and AMA, which can the ability to link to and edit with P2, XDCAM, R3D, Quicktime and AVCHD native material directly without capture or transcoding.
- In order to take advantage of the AMA, you have to make sure that you still keep the structure of the videos recorded by your camera/camcorder. If not, how can you deal with the incompatibility of your files and Avid Media Composer.
- Here listed some useful guides on how to convert your files to Avid DNxHD 720p(*.mov) or Avid DNxHD 1080p(*.mov).
- When you record your memories and adventures with your favorite camera/camcorder, you must think of burning your videos to DVDs or BDs so that you are easily keep you happy times without worrying about the storage space of your computer or camera/camcorder.
- There are so many burning soft wares that you can choose from. The most popular is Nero, iDVD and Roxio Toast.
- But the problem is that all of them can not support all the formats. So you need to convert your files to the ones that the burning software can recognize. Here listed some guides, which can help you solve your problem.