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Importing complicated FCPX XML's into Premiere -- Possible?
Importing complicated FCPX XML's into Premiere -- Possible?
by Aryn Leigh on Feb 16, 2017 at 1:11:24 am

Hi there-

I'm working on a large-scale project where I need to import into premiere several older sequences that were cut in FCPX. So far, I'm exporting FCPXML's into DaVinci Resolve and then back out to a Premiere-readable XML file. (I am side-stepping XtoCC here.)

Unfortunately. Many of the provided FCPX-edited timelines were done using a multicam feature, so the sequences come in as unreadable nested files.

Is there a workaround to this, besides working directly in FCP?

This is a unique situation- not a typical workflow scenario, but one we are forced to work with. Many thanks in advance!


Re: Importing complicated FCPX XML's into Premiere -- Possible?
by Nicholas Lear on Feb 26, 2018 at 6:11:31 pm

I also ran into this problem today, with FCP XML's from a multicam sequence not behaving after import into Resolve.

Haven't found a lot about this on the web.


Re: Importing complicated FCPX XML's into Premiere -- Possible?
by John Pale on Feb 28, 2018 at 2:55:55 am

X to CC claims to work with FCPX multicam clips but does collapse them to regular clips with the active angle only. That’s better than an unusable nest. Its not horrifically expensive.





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