Final Cut Pro has uploaded to X version in 2011. Since then, Final Cut Express was replaced. Words from wikipedia: Final Cut Pro is a non-linear video editing software developed by Macromedia Inc. and then Apple Inc. The most recent version, Final Cut Pro X, runs on Mac personal computers powered by Mac OS X version 10.6.7 or later and using Intel processors. The software allows users to log and transfer video onto a hard drive (internal or external), where it can be edited, processed, and output to a wide variety of formats.
From these words, we can get that FCP X could support various formats output. But it couldn't support import of various formats. The 7 version has the function "log and transfer", which means camcorder videos could be imported into through this way. But of course, not all the camcorder videos could be handled, only movies in AVCHD format could be supported with BDMV files imported meanwhile. In X version, "log and transfer" has been replaced by "import from camcorder", which is actually the same.
So the most difficult problem for camcorder users is how to upload their camcorder videos into FCP X without BDMV files. Usually, the most common way is to change the video formats. This process will decode the codec of original videos and then re-encode. In this way, no matter in what format your camcorder videos are, you can get new ones after the conversion. But you'd better choose a appropriate conversion tool as your assistant, which is totally because most such tools will lose the quality too much after the conversion. That will make your new videos look horrible. Maybe the images will be jumpy, audio and video come out of sync, some can even crash the computers.
Aunsoft Video Conveter for Mac, is just designed for Mac and Camcorder users. The main funciton of this software is to convert the video formats. For example, if your camcorder captures AVCHD files and you just want to import the single videos into FCP X, Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac will help to transcode AVCHD to Apple ProRes. In this way, FCP X will read the videos natively and meanwhile, you can get rid of the long-time of Rendering. What's more, some basic edit are supported by Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac, such as merge clips to a whole one, cut off the unwanted parts or trim the files.
This software is quite easy to use. The three steps will show you how to use it, just like the picture shown down.
From this picture, we can get to know that Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac is really powerful as you can even find all the formats output listed. And never worry about the quality of new videos. Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac could supply new videos in super high quality, even the same as your original camcorder videos.