Load MOV from Nikon D810 into FCP X or FCP 7 with ProRes Codec

How to import and load Nikon D810 MOV to FCP X? How to make FCP 7 recognize my Nikon D810 recordings? If you are using Nikon D810 and wanna edit with FCP X or FCP 7 on Mac, you will face a problem.

The Nikon D810 is one of Nikon’s best DSLR ever. Besides taking best quality photos, it also can shoot footage in MOV container format. While, it’s a bit hard to import Nikon D810 MOV into FCP X or FCP 7. You may encounter many problems: can’t be recognized, import slowly, couldn’t edit smoothly… So, is there any practical way to edit Nikon D810 footage in Final Cut Pro X/7 without any issue?

Of course, there is. The reason that you can’t edit Nikon D810.mov files in FCP X or FCP 7 is simple: the Nikon DSLR uses the sophisticated H.264 compression method for recording videos to the camera’s memory card. But the H.264 is not natively supported by Final Cut Pro. A quick workaround to get FCP X/7 ingest Nikon D810 MOV files is to convert Nikon D810 H.264 .mov to ProRes with a Nikon D810 MOV converter. UFUWare HD Converter for Mac is such a program that available for your choice.

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With it, you can easily transcode MOV from Nikon D810 to ProRes 422, ProRes 4444 for Final Cut Pro X/7. The possible best quality will be retained in post-production workflow and you can then edit the resulting media files in FCP X or FCP 7 without rendering. Besides FCP, this Nikon video converter can also convert all Nikon D810 MOV files to iMovie, FCE, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro for smooth editing. Download the program now and the following guide will tell you how to convert Nikon D810 MOV footage to ProRes 422 for using in your Final Cut Pro X/7 sequence.

Transcoding Nikon D810 H.264 footage to Apple Prores for Final Cut Pro X/7

Step 1: Install and launch this Mac Nikon D810 FCP Converter and load D810 H.264 MOV clips to the program. You can click either “Add Video” button or “Add from folder” button to load source MOV files.

Step 2: Choose output format for FCP X/7, as Apple ProRes codec is the native codec for final cut pro, please choose Apple ProRes 422 or 4444 for output, with this codec you can edit Nikon D810 files in FCP X/7 natively.

Step 3. By clicking “Settings” button, you are able to enter the “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video and audio parameters for your Nikon MOV source files, including video size, bit rate, frame rate and more.

Step 4: Click “Convert” button to start transcoding Nikon D810 mov footage to Apple ProRes Codec for Final Cut Pro X/7.

Once the process completes, you are able to ingest your Nikon D810 mov footage to  FCP X or FCP 7 for further editing on Mac without any incompatibility issues.

About Nikon D810.

The Nikon D810 DSLR Camera takes its place as the high resolution option in the Nikon DSLR lineup. It features a 36.3MP FX-format CMOS sensor without an Optical Low Pass Filter for particularly sharp and detailed still imaging. With the addition of the EXPEED 4 Image Processor, performance speed is increased compared to the EXPEED 3 and noise is effectively reduced throughout the ISO range. Continuous shooting speed in FX format is 5 fps and in DX format hits a maximum of 7 fps. In addition, the full HD video capabilities of the D810 have been upgraded to include 1080p capture at 24, 30 and 60 fps. Also, the improved efficiency of the processor enables up to 1200 shots on one battery charge and 40 minutes of video recording. Low light performance has been upgraded thanks to a wide native ISO sensitivity range that runs from 64 to 12,800 and can be expanded from 32 to 51,200. 

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