ProRes 422 appears to be a high-definition video compression format which is developed by Apple Inc. especially for importing to FCP or playing in QuickTime without any time delay. It was first introduced in 2007 with the releasing of Final Cut Studio 2. And it is comparable to Avid’s DNxHD codec which has the same purposes and usages with similar bit rates. Both are DCT based intra-frame-only codecs, and are therefore simpler to decode than distribution oriented formats like H.264.
With the appearance of FCP X, people never need to worry about how to import MTS files to FCP to get more editing effect. This is just because that Apple said FCP X could support MTS files for input format, in other words, you can directly import MTS files to FCP X without any conversion.
However, some people have discovered that MTS files can successfully being imported except for 1080 50/60p MTS.
Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac can help offer a good solution for you. The solution is converting 1080 50/60p MTS files to ProRes 422. Only in this way can we favorably import those MTS files to FCP X and edit them with numbers of editing functions. Sometimes, while we need to change the size, the frame rates or the quality of output videos, how can we do to make it come ture with ease?
How to solve this problem? Aunsoft studio has optimized the program and allows you change the profile settings before conversion. So you need not worry about profile settings when converting 1080 50/60p files to ProRes 422 for FCP X.