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MessagePosté le: Mer 10 Juin 2015 - 04:08    Sujet du message: Add Galaxy S5 recordings to FCP for editing/sharing

Add Galaxy S5 recordings to FCP for editing/sharing
 
Facing problems when importing Samsung Galaxy S5 video files into Final Cut Express for further editing? This tutorial just aims to solve FCP can't import Android video issues.
 
Q: "Want to Editing Samsung Galaxy S5 Video on Final Cut Pro: Has anyone ever done this before? What were your experiences? Were there any difficulties? I'm pretty new to this and I'm shooting a short 5 minute video hopefully with BRoll with voiceover, and some music with BRoll in some parts. Is it possible to record my voice only on the phone and insert it in certain parts of the video that are just BRoll? Do all Mp4 files work pretty much the same way in Final Cut? Any information would be helpful!" 
 
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Want to share the videos you have the videos you have recorded using Samsung Galaxy S5 on the website? Would like to converting Samsung Galaxy S5 videos to apple compatible video for editing in Final Cut Pro? When trying to import video files to Final Cut Pro, you will be noticed "File error" and you just fail to add and import MP4/MOV to Final Cut Pro. The fact is that you are trying to import files with codec that FCP does not support. In this guide, we will show you the best way to add Galaxy S5 videos to FCP for sharing on the website like: Youtube, Viemo and so on. 
 

 
To smoothly edit Samsung Galaxy S5 video files in Final Cut Pro, the best solutions is to convert these movie files to ProRes MOV which is the best codecs with best results when working with Final Cut Pro. For this purpose, this article will guide through how to to rewrap and transcode Any videos you want to ProRes MOV in details. Read the Types of Apple ProRes Codecs
 
Free software like Handbreak may be your first choice. After trying it, you will be disappointed that the output video looks fine but the audio is out of sync. Here, Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac (Read the review) will bring you good-quality output videos without any video and audio out of sync issue. It also provides simple video editing functions for you. Besides, the Mac video converter can convert other common videos like AVI, MKV, VOB; HD videos(MTS, MOV, MXF) from HD camcorders or DVs for editing in Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Pro X, Final Cut Express, iMovie, Avid MC, Adobe Premiere Pro etc. Now let me show you how to convert Galaxy S5 videos.
 
Just Free Download This great Galaxy S5 Video Converter for FCP projects on Windows/Mac: 
 
 
 
 
[Step-by-Step] –Convert Samsung Galaxy S5 videos for Final Cut Pro
 
Step 1: Import Samsung Galaxy S5 video files
 
After you get the Samsung Galaxy S5 MP4 files successfully, launch the iMedia Converter for Mac and then choose to locate the projects into the program by clicking "Add video". It supports batch conversion, you can import and transcode multiple movies files at one time. 
 

 
Note: Got other video sources like MP4/Tivo/MXF/MTS? It is also no big deal to edit them in Final Cut Pro.
 
Step 2: Choose video format for output
 
As we all know, Apple ProRes is the best format for FCP X. There are 6 members in Apple ProRes family: Apple ProRes 4444 XQ, Apple ProRes 4444, Apple ProRes 422 HQ, Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 422 LT, and Apple ProRes 422 Proxy. And Apple ProRes 4444 XQ is the highest-quality version. Click the format bar to follow "Final Cut Pro" > "Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" and it is just fine and enough to produce real-time editing performance and better multi-stream. 
 

 
Step 3: Adjust the output parameters (Optional)
 
This step is optional. If you are not good at settings, keep the system built-in settings will as give you great target videos. However, if you want to change codec, bitrate, frame rate, and so on, here is right for you. Click "Settings" to set them. 
 
Step 4: Import converted videos to FCP
 
Run FCP projects on Mac and import the converted Samsung Galaxy S5 video files to FCP easily.
 
When using FCP, please note that you have installed ProApps QuickTime Codecs, or you may get files with sound only without video. Download and install the ProApps QuickTime Codecs manually because FCP won't install the codec automatically. You're done. Now your Samsung Galaxy S5 video files will be converted into FCP; ready to be imported into Final Cut Pro beautifully.
 
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Source: http://samsung-galaxy-video-converter.blogspot.com/2015/06/convert-galaxy-s5-videos-to-fcp.html


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