Converting 5DMK2&7D

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How to Compress Canon 5DMK2 and Canon 7D movies for editing in Final Cut Pro. Special Bonus feature of MPEG Streamclip that is not intuitively obvious to the casual observer. (Sam Brown) Chris Fenwick chrisfenwick.squarespace.com

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  1. BenB
    4 years, 4 months ago

    Why not just use the FCP Log & Transfer function with the Canon EOS-1 Movie plugin?
  2. jeffunderwood
    4 years, 4 months ago

    Thanks for the tutorial. I love your enthusiasm when you say, "Yes I do!". Question: I just purchased a Canon 7D and tested out dragging a clip into my FCP Browser and it opened without a problem. So, I'm wondering what benefit I get by compressing the footage with MPEG Streamclip if it looks like FCP will already recognize it as is. (My clip is 1920x1080, H.264, Linear PCM)

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Software: Final Cut Pro
Video title: Converting 5DMK2&7D
Category: Tips & Tricks
Views: 2142
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