How to import MOV to Final Cut Pro, convert/encode QuickTime MOV video to FCP?

Have you noted that sometimes MOV video file could not be read by Final Cut Pro? The reason is that MOV works as container format which can hold most codec data, but it still may contain the codec that Final Cut Pro could not recognize. The better way to import MOV to Final Cut Pro is to convert QuickTime MOV to FCP more compatible DV format.

Not only transcode MOV to Final Cut Pro DV format using MOV to FCP converter, but also could convert MOV video to popular video file like WMV, MPG, AVI, FLV, SWF, MP4, RM, RMVB, 3GP and HD video on Mac OS X for well-known iPhone, iPod, iPad, PSP, Creative Zen, iRiver, Samsung Galaxy, Nokia, Motorola and various mobile phones.

Before editing MOV video with Final Cut Pro, MOV video to FCP converter provides you some basic editing features including take snapshot in JPG, BMP, PNG format; crop out unnecessary black borders, subtitle and objects; adjust video resolution, frame rate, bitrate to keep the original quality; clip video into many small segments.

Convert/import QuickTime MOV to Final Cut Pro (FCP) with MOV video to Final Cut Pro step by step on Mac?

Step one: Download
Download, install and run MOV video to FCP converter

Step two: Add QuickTime MOV video file
Press "Add File" button to import one or multiple MOV video files into converter
add MOV to Final Cut Pro

Step three: Output format
Click dropdown list of profile, select DV for FCP or other format you need
MOV to Final Cut Pro

Step four: Some previous editing
Press "Clip" "Edit" button to crop, trim and add effects
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Step five: Start to convert MOV video
Press "Start" button to start to MOV file to Final Cut Pro converter and then press "Open" button to get the converted videos.
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