Problem 1: .mpg/final cut pro HELP
I am trying to edit a small video project in Final Cut Pro. It was shot with a Sony handcam. When i plug the camera in to my MacBook thru its USB, the camera is not recognized by FCP. It does come up as a drive, and I can view the files there. The files do not play in quicktime either, I can only view them through VLC player.
What can I do to get FCP to recognize the files so I will be able to edit them? FCP does not recognize the camera, and will not import the files. Quicktime says the file is not a movie.
Problem 2: Best way to import NXCAM .mpg to FCP
We made a few shots with the SONY NXCAM in SD 16:9 (PAL). What is the best way to import it to FCP? I have converted all the clips with MPEG StreamClip to DV-PAL .mov , is there a better way?
When I tried to import the clips to compressor it freezed :S
Update: Doremisoft MPG to FCP Converter can help you to convert MPG files into FCP supported video file DV so that you can easily import MPG clip into FCP and edit MPG files with FCP free. Doremisoft MPG to Final Cut Pro Converter can also convert Camcorder video MPG files to most popular video formats, such as MOV, MP4,3GP, MPG, WMV, AVI, etc. And has the ability to transfer MPG files to iPad, iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, the like multimedia devices.
Doremisoft Video Converter Mac is also a perfect MPG Video Editor Mac, able to edit MPG files easily on Mac OS X.
Three steps will finish the MPG to FCP conversion, please follow the instruction
Click the “Add File” button to select the MPG videos from your hard drive to Mac video converter.
Move your mouse cursor to Common Video and select an DV video format as the target formats.
Click on the Start button to start converting MPG to FCP.