Import avi into FCP - How to convert avi to FCP and edit avi with Final Cut Pro

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Guide you convert avi to Final Cut Pro, import avi into FCP in an easy way and edit avi files with Final Cut Pro easily.

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How to convert avi to FCP and edit avi with Final Cut Pro?How to edit avi with Final Cut Pro? The first thing you need to do is convert avi to FCP support formats like dv, and then import avi into FCP for editing. But is there an easy way to convert avi to FCP support formats? The answer is yes.

For the Final Cut Pro support formats include standard definition like Standard DV, DVCPRO, DVCAM, DVCPRO 50, IMX, Uncompressed 8- and 10-bit SD and high definition like HDV, DVCPRO HD, AVC-Intra, XDCAM HD, XDCAM HD 422, XDCAM EX, Uncompressed 8- and 10-bit HD but no avi files, so when you want to edit avi files with FCP, you must be failed in importing avi into FCP.

AVI to FCP Converter for Mac is the best partner for Final Cut Pro fans to edit avi files with FCP on Mac OS X (include Snow Leopard), just need several simple steps you can convert avi to FCP .dv, import avi into FCP by yourselves and then edit avi files with FCP, get your own video and then upload it to Youtube and share it with your friends and families!

With the AVI to FCP Converter, convert avi to FCP .dv will be easy, import avi into FCP will be successful and edit avi with Final Cut Pro will be possiable. The FCP import avi converter also can import other popular formats like mov, wmv, asf, mp4, mpg, mpg, etc. And output many different formats video. Try the powerful AVI to FCP Converter for Mac, free download!

Price: $39.95

How to convert avi to FCP, import avi into FCP and edit avi file with FCP?

Step 1: Add avi video filesFree download, install and run Mac Video Converter, then click "Add File" button to select your avi files.

Step 2: Set output format: "DV -Digital Video Format (*.dv)"Seletc the right profile that can be supported by Final Cut Pro, like .dv.

Step 3: ConvertWhen you get ready to convert, click the "Convert" button to start conversion.

Step 4: Importing convertion video files into FCPLaunch Final Cut Pro, go to "file > import..." to import avi into FCP for editing.

Learn more: http://www.ilifesoft.com/how-to/import-avi-into-final-cut-pro.htm

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