Summary: For Nikon DSLR D750 camera users, this article can give you some details on converting H.264 to FCP. Just join us to find some effective solutions.
If you are a Nikon lover who is fond of shooting short videos with high quality cameras, you must know better with Nikon DSLR D750, right? The winter holiday is approaching. Paul, our consumer and a foreign teacher of one education center, has shot some videos with this kind of camera of his students in a barbecue party. Now, Paul wants to convert these files from Nikon DSLR D750 to FCP for editing and play them for the students as winter holiday presents.
Can everything move on smoothly? Does Paul convert H.264 files from Nikon DSLR D750 to FCP without trouble? Maybe it’s not optimistic. Have you got the same puzzlement as above? Generally, Apple ProRes Codec 422 is the best compatibility of FCP rather than H.264. That’s the reason why you may try many times to convert H.264 to FCP but failed. Is it very terrible that you have shot so many attractive files while failing to convert them to FCP? Any suggestions? Maybe you can take using H.264 converter into consideration.
Fortunately, Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac can solve your problems with lossless conversion. (Windows version.) It’s available on every device and platform. Besides, HD Video Converter for Mac extends a helping hand to us and does a favor in converting Nikon DSLR D750 H.264 to FCP in a fast and simple way.
Guidance of converting Nikon DSLR D750 H.264 to FCP:
Step 1: Import your videos
Download our product HD Video Converter for Mac and install it. Then, open the interface. Put your videos into HD Video Converter for Mac by drag and drop. Or you can click “Add from Folder” to add a few files at one time. It depends.
Step 2: Select the output format
Click the drop-down button on the right side of the “Format” button to select “Final Cut Pro>>Apple ProRes 422(HQ) (*.mov)” as output format.
Tips: For other NLEs? Maybe we should change the output in other ways. For example: choose “iMovie and Final Cut Express>>Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)” for FCE.
Step 3: Make your files more attractive
If needed, you can also set video resolution, frame rate, bit rate, codec and so on by hitting “Settings” option. In addition, edit function is absolutely necessary in adjustment. Just click the pencil-like icon and enjoy fun! It all depends.
Step 4: Start to convert
Click the “convert” button on the lower right of the interface. OK, please drink a cup of coffee and relax yourself. The converting time depends on file’s size.
Conclusion: Do you still have questions on how to operate? You should be clear about how to converting Nikon DSLR D750 H.264 to FCP. Just go ahead and enjoy it!