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Tips for Getting Sony A7R II Media (4K XAVC S/AVCHD/MP4) into FCP 7/FCP X

The easy workaround to import Sony A7R II XAVC S files in Final Cut Pro is to convert/transcode XAVC S to FCP 7/X friendly format such as Apple ProRes.

Like the Sony A7S before it, the A7R II is able to capture ultra-high-resolution 4K video (3840 x 2160), however, unlike the "S" model, it can record 4K video internally to the memory card (or via HDMI with an uncompressed 4:2:2 8-bit signal, as well). The A7R II makes use of Sony's higher bitrate XAVC S file format, which supports 4K bitrates up to 100Mbps. Full HD and 720p video recording is also offered in XAVC S format at 50Mbps (AVCHD and MP4 formats are also available for these resolutions).

XAVC S with MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 level 5.2, the highest picture resolution and frame rate video compression codec is much more than a video format that FCP can support. According to our own experience and other user's feedback, to transfer Sony A7R II XAVC S footage to Final Cut Pro, the best workaround here is to convert XAVC S…

Windows 8.1 video converter: Convert all videos on Windows 8.1

Summary: What is the best Windows 8.1 video converter? How to choose right video converter for Windows 8.1? This guide will do a great help.

Trying to convert your video files on Windows 8.1 but it is not working? Well, you should know that a number of video converters for Windows have stopped working after updating to the newest Windows 8.1. If you are facing the same dilemma, installing and using alternative video convertor is the best thing you can do. So what is the best Video Converter for Windows 8.1? Okay. This article will outline the best one for you.

After multiple texting, we found the best software you can consider installing and using as the best Windows 8.1 video converter is Brorsoft Video Converter, which can help you in converting any video files into any type of formats you want on Windows 8.1 PC.

Keeping consistent update, this video converter program is fully compatible with the new Windows 8.1 system. It can convert 720P, Full HD and even 4K videos and supports mu…

Convert WMV files to Kindle Fire HDX playable MP4 format

Summary: The article focus on converting WMV to Kindle Fire HDX playable format so that you can play WMV files on Kindle Fire HDX easily anytime anywhere.

Kindle Fire HDX is not a fresh Android tablet for us although, there are still many guys are using it for movie watching, game playing or surfing the Internet. It has a high resolution display (1920x1200) for an incredible multimedia experience. So if you have a Kindle Fire HDX, you can add and play your personal video files like WMV on it instead of watching online. Now let’s learn a step-by-step guide how to transfer and view WMV on Kindle Fire HDX with ease.

Obviously, it must be nice experience of watching HD movies on the Kindle Fire HDX (7" or 8.9") tablet, but its supported video format is limited to MP4, M4V, VP8(.webm). WMV format is not included. That means the Kindle HDX can't play WMV movies. To watch WMV movies on Kindle Fire HDX, you need to convert WMV to Kindle Fire HDX compatible video formats first a…

Fix the Sony PMW-EX1R Footage Import Issues with FCP X/7/6 ( Yosemite & Mavericks)

You are probably also eager to edit Sony PMW-EX1R footage in Final Cut Pro X, FCP 7/6. The process isn’t difficult, and in this section, we will walk you through it step by step.

Sony's PMW-EX1R XDCAM EX HD Camcorder is the impressive successor to the popular PMW-EX1. While retaining everything that was right about the previous camera, Sony has listened to its professional users and taken several steps forward, not only improving ergonomics and convenience, but bringing a whole new set of features to the world's only full HD compact camcorder. And what we will talk about in this page is the Sony PMW-EX1R Footage Issues with FCP X and will offer the fast solution. If you are facing the problems likewise, read on to get the tips and tricks.

If you often use Sony PMW-EX1R to record 1080p video, you may probabaly have the need to edit the generated XDCAM EX MP4 files in Final Cut Pro on Mac. While, it’s a common sense that FCP including Final Cut Pro X cannot natively support the …