How to import/edit Sony FS700 movie in Final Cut Pro
The Sony NEX-FS700U Super 35 Camcorder (Body Only) is a fully professional large-sensor video camera. Hot on the heels of the FS100, this compact, highly modular camera uses a very similar-sized Super 35 CMOS sensor as the FS100. But as a marked improvement over that earlier model’s sensor, the FS700 features a native 4K resolution sensor.
Sony FS700 Highlights
- 4K Exmor Super 35mm CMOS Sensor
- Capture 1920 x 1080/60p Video
- NXCAM Recording Format (AVCHD)
- LCD 3.5″ Screen with VF Attachment
- Up to 960 fps Super Slow Motion
- ISO 500 (0 dB) to ISO 16,000 (30 dB)
- Dual XLR, HDMI & 3G/HD-SDI Connectivity
- FMU Port Supports Optional Memory
- Future 4K Upgrade (Not Included)
Want to edit Sony FS700 file in Final Cut Pro? But Final Cut Pro can’t read Sony FS700 video files. Don’t worry about this, let Sony FS700 video converter help you. This software can help you convert Sony FS700 video to FCP support video format and codec. Free trial Sony FS700 to FCP converter here.
Import Sony FS700 video to FCP? We need to convert Sony FS700 AVCHD to FCP Apple ProRes first.
Apple ProRes Converter gives you the ability to import and edit Sony FS700 in Final Cut Pro or Final Cut Pro X. Before importing Sony FS700 video to FCP, you should transcode the FS700 videos to FCP preferred movie types: Apple ProRes, HDV, or DVCPRO HD, and Apple ProRes is the best choice for maintaining the highest quality and performance while requiring less storage space than uncompressed HD video.
Step by step guide: How to convert Sony FS700 video on Mac OS X.
Run Sony FS700 to FCP converter after the installation, and load Sony FS700 files to FCP Apple ProRes converter.
Choose the needed output format for FCP, e.g. “Apple ProRes 422(HQ) (*.mov)”. The software supports many file formats conversion.
Now, start to convert Sony FS700 video to Apple ProRes for FCP on Mac OS X, Mountain Lion 10.8 is supported.