Cannot import Panasonic HC-V770 MXF footage into FCP X? This issue may happen due to various reasons. If you are trying to figure out a way solve the issue, you are just here in the right place. Here in this tutorial, we present a way of encoding Panasonic HC-V770 MXF video files to Apple ProRes 422 codec for working with FCP X flawlessly.
“Hi, I’m running macOS High Sierra (10.13.2) + Final Cut Pro 10.4 on a Mac Pro 2013 Xeon E5 3Ghz, 32GB RAM with 2xD700. Since the update, FCP X is very slow and buggy. I have big problem with Panasonic HC-V770 MXF footage. FCP X won’t import the Panasonic HC-V770 MXF files any longer. That’s a pity. Does anyone have the the same issues? How do you fix it?”
It’s a FCP X issue with High Sierra. Currently, transcoding your Panasonic HC-V770 MXF footage to ProRes codec will solve the problem. Keep reading and learn how to convert Panasonic HC-V770 MXF files for FCP X editing.
To transcode Panasonic HC-V770 MXF video files to ProRes, do as below:
Step 1: Start up Video Converter for Mac and click “Add File” to load Panasonic HC-V770 MXF video files that you need to convert into this program. This converter supports batch conversion, so you can import a bundle of Panasonic HC-V770 MXF files into it to do conversion at a time.
Step 2: Click “Profile” to select output format.
We would recommend choosing “Final Cut Pro” > “Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as output format. Apple ProRes is FCP X’s favorite editing codec, which FCP X will recognize and handle well.
If necessary, you can click “Settings” button to modify video and audio parameters like encoder, resolution, frame rate, bitrate, aspect ratio, sample rate, and audio channels. You can also “Enable 3D Settings” to add 3D effect to your source media.
Step 3: Start MXF files conversion.
Click “Convert” to start Panasonic HC-V770 MXF files to ProRes conversion.
As soon as the conversion is complete, click “Open Folder” to get the generated files for editing in Premiere Pro on your Mac with optimum performance.