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Re: Editing Nikon D7000 footage in FCP7

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Chuck PurnellRe: Editing Nikon D7000 footage in FCP7
by on Sep 21, 2011 at 3:33:05 am

I always use MPEG Stream Clip to convert my files. Mpeg Streamclip is a FREE download. You select Batch List from the top menu. Locate your SD card reader and select all your video files. Then choose a Destination folder on your hard drive where you want the converted files to go. When the next screen pops up, Select Apple ProRes in the Compression settings drop down menu and then slide your quality setting all the way over to 100%. Choose the resolution you want and uncheck Interlace Scaling, then click To Batch. Once its completed, imported that entire folder into FCP and then you will be able to edit the footage.

Watch this youtube video to see exactly what I just explained if your still confused. Even though the title states a Canon camera, the workflow still applies for any DSLR camera.







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