Join Frank Rohmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Transferring and importing into FCP, part of Photography Video Workflow: Final Cut Pro + Canon 5D Mark II.
So of course after you've recorded your high-definition video files utilizing…your Canon 5D Mark II, is you are going to want to bring those files into Final…Cut Pro, so you can start to edit your movies. As a matter of fact, you may…even want to bring in those 21- megapixel still images that you also shot with…that camera as well and of course, Final Cut Pro will accommodate both of those…formats quite nicely.…So in this lesson I want to show you how to quickly and efficiently bring those…files into your computer edit system and properly import them into Final Cut…Pro. So first things first is, of course, you want to take that Compact Flash…card out of the camera and I suggest you plug it into a Compact Flash Card…reader, and when you put that card into the card reader, an icon on your…desktop will appear, as you can see here in my Desktop, the EOS Digital icon…did appear, and it represents the Compact Flash Card.…
No if you have installed the EOS Utility software that came with your Canon…
Photography Video Workflow: Final Cut Pro + Canon 5D Mark II was created and produced by Frank Rohmer. We are honored to host his material in the lynda.com library.
- Preparing system hardware for editing HD footage
- Creating a Canon 5D Mark II project preset for HD video
- Transferring and importing Canon HD video files into Final Cut Pro
- Editing with three-point edits, drag and drop, and automated techniques
- Understanding transitions and filters for HD video
- Converting non-drop frame to drop frame for broadcasting
- Finishing a project out to DVD, Windows Media, Flash, or QuickTime