Some Canon PowerShot SX540 users meet strange problems when trying to edit 1080P MP4 videos in FCP X and Premiere Pro. Now this article is focused on solving those strange problems. After reading it, you can fix it by yourself and then you can import Canon PowerShot SX540 HS MP4 footage into FCP X and Premiere Pro.
Recently, Canon has released their new product Canon PowerShot SX540. Characterized by its long-reaching zoom, the Canon PowerShot SX540 HS Digital Camera is also benefitted by the inclusion of a 20.3MP High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 image processor to realize notable image quality, sensitivity to ISO 3200, and 5.9 fps continuous shooting, as well as the ability to record full HD 1080p video at 60 fps.
Now, in today’s social world, many people have their own YouTube channels. They like to share their thoughts and ideas on YouTube. The viewers of some YouTube channels may be from different countries, so the languages between channel owners and viewers become a big trouble. Maybe not all the YouTube channel owners consider the problem, but part of them which aim to spread knowledge have need of adding subtitles to their MP4 files. Before transferring your videos into Youtube, you need to edit them in some popular editing software first. However, it is a pity that smoothly editing Canon PowerShot SX540 files in FCP X and Premiere Pro in impossible. In order to solve the issue on Canon PowerShot SX540 MP4 footage with FCP X and Premiere Pro, the best solution is to convert Canon PowerShot SX540 MP4 files to FCP X and Premiere Pro best supported format via a Canon MP4 Video Converter.
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How to convert Canon PowerShot SX540 MP4 videos to FCP X and Premiere Pro?
Step 1: Load Canon PowerShot SX540 MP4 footage
Install the Canon Video Converter on Mac and run it. Drag the MP4 footage from Canon PowerShot SX540 to the software. Or you can click “Add files” to load your Canon PowerShot SX540 4K MP4 files.
Step 2: Choose best output format for FCP X and Premiere Pro
Click the “Format” bar and select best output format. For FCP X users, it is recommended that “Final Cut Pro” > “Apple ProRes 422(*.mov)” as the best target format. For Premiere Pro users, it is recommended that “Editing Software” > Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas MOV (AVC)(*.mov) as the target format.
Tips: If you want Canon PowerShot SX540 MP4 footage via 3D effect, you can click “Edit” button to choose “3D” option to transform, then click “OK”.
Step 3: Transcode Canon PowerShot SX540 MP4 footage for FCP X and Premiere Pro
Hit the “Convert” button to start converting Canon PowerShot SX540 MP4 footage to ProRes and H.264 MOV. When the conversion is finished, click “Open” to get the exported videos.