Import/Convert Nikon D7300 H.264 MOV to FCP 6/7/X for Editing

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Summary: This article introduce how to convert Nikon D7300 1080p footages from normal mov format to Apple ProPres codec mov files, which is preferred by FCP 6/7/X on mac Sierra. It’s so easy to lean that you just need to do Nikon D7300 MOV to FCP Conversion with a few clicks.

Not so much time has passed since the release of a hot new Nikon D7200 but talks about the next model – D7300 – have already started. People are concerned with the price of a new camera and whether the company will go to the expense of having at least the same buffer size as D300/D300s does. Maybe the matter is that the difference between Nikon D7100 and D7200 appeared not to be so noticeable or we just want too much from the crop-camera of D7200 but opinions as for the necessary and useful release of Nikon D7200 were greatly divided. Most beginners who considered D7100 or D7000 being their first digital SLR were pleased to have more functional characteristics in D7200 just by overpaying. The situation is different with the owners of D7100 and one or two owners of D7000 as they didn’t see the point in selling their devices in order to get a newer camera with the built-in WI-FI function and insignificant increase in buffer size. Therefore, even now the burning question is what Nikon company will invent in order not to surpass but at least to achieve the success of D300/D300s or D7100?

D7300 will allegedly have the vari-angle touchscreen interface as a newly released D5500 does. However, Canon started to apply this improvement in their cameras as early as in 2012. The number of megapixels is likely to remain the same (24 mp), especially if we consider the diffraction limit and the file size. Anyway, who knows if the company makes a new compression technology and constructs a new sensor, then we can speak about 30 mp or 24 mp with improved performance in D7300. As for a visual view there will be a change not only in a flippy screen but also in buttons location.

Nikon D7300, the update of D7200, is a high-end product of the DSLR series which includes high resolution photo and full HD videos. It supports full HD 1080p videos and records at 60i, 60i ,30, 25 and 24 frames per second, and the HDMI output is supported for playing back on an HDTV.

The 1080p footages encoded in H.264 with extension of MOV have great video quality so that you can enjoy yourself to play it back. But if you want to edit them in traditional nonlinear editing programs such as FCP, Adobe Premiere, iMovie/FCE and so on, it becomes a pain because the H.264 codec is not well supported by FCP, etc.

So, what can we do to edit Nikon D7300 H.264 1080p MOV footages in FCP 6,FCP 7 or FCP X?

I did a lot search on net to find methods to transcode Nikon D7300 H.264 1080p MOV into best format for FCP on mac, you may like to give a shot to this powerful Mac MOV to FCP6/7/X Converter. With intuitive interface, you can easily and fast convert your footages to ProRes for FCP on mac with the help of this professional Nikon D7300 to ProRes Converter. And the latest Mac OS X Sierra is supported; now the trail-before-purchase is supported, just feel free to try it!

Now get this MOV to FCP 6/7/X prores converter installed and let’s move on.

Supported OS:  Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9,10.10,10.11,10.12;

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How to convert Nikon D7300 1080p MOV to Final Cut Pro 6,Final Cut Pro 7 or Final Cut Pro X without rendering on Mac Sierra,El Capitan,Yosemite,Mavericks,Mountain Lion?

Step 1. Connect your Nikon D7300 camera to Mac with USB cable or use card reader to transfer the MOV files to Apple hard drive disk.

Step 2. Add Nikon D7300 1080p H.264 MOV videos to Nikon MOV Converter for Mac.

Run this UFUWare HD Video Converter for Mac, and click the “Add Files” button to load individuals mov videos; or click “Add from folder” to load the entire folder.

Step 3. Choose editing program compatible format.

Click the “Profile” option, you will find various video formats sorted by different programs/devices. To get high video quality with least quality loss, you can choose Final Cut Pro>Apple ProRes 422 HQ.

Click Settings, you can fix the size to 1920*1080 to get better video quality; you can also fix the bitrate, frame rate as what you need.

Step 4. Now click the big red Converter and wait for a while to get the fresh hot converted video. Click Browse to locate them directly. Ok the transcoded files now are ready for editing Nikon D7300 MPEG4-AVC/MOV in Final Cut Pro 6/7/X.

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