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Import Sony AVCHD 1080p/50fps Video Clips into Final Cut Pro X

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"I am really getting into filming and my Sony Handycam HDR-PJ600 shoots in HD 50fps. I really want to keep my footage in 50fps quality for editing purposes. I thought I would ask before purchasing if your Video Converter for Mac can support files coming from a Sony Handycam and convert it to Final Cut Pro X native format."

Of course Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac can import in AVCHD files capture by Sony Handycam HDR-PJ600. Aunsoft Video Converter can import all AVCHD files from Sony/Panasonic/Canon and other AVCHD camcorders. Except AVCHD files, Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac supports almost all video formats including but not limited to MXF/P2 MXF, mov, mp4, avi, wmv, TiVo, mkv, flv, m4v, MTS/M2TS, swf, etc. To convert Sony AVCHD to Final Cut Pro X, Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac is obviously the best choice. You can get a 5% discount if you purchase Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac now for Aunsoft is in back to school big sale before Sep.30.
Convert Sony HDR-PJ600 1080p 50fps HD AVCHD video to Final Cut Pro X

Step 1: Import HDR-PJ600 1080p 50fps AVCHD video into AVCHD to FCP Converter
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Launch Aunsoft AVCHD to FCP Converter and load in source AVCHD files. Tick the box in front of the file you want to convert. You can double click the file to have a preview.

Step 2: Select output format.
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Choose "Final Cut Pro" then "Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (*.mov)" as output format to importing into Final Cut Pro X. 

Click "Settings" to adjust the output video and audio options, you can set the size at 1920*1080 and set the Frame Rate at 50fps to keep the original quality.

Step 3: Convert AVCHD to Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) for Final Cut Pro X.

Choose output location, then click "Start conversion" to convert 1080p AVCHD to ProRes for FCP X. If you want to combine several AVCHD clips into one file, tick the box "Merge into one file".

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