How to Import WMV to Final Cut Pro to Edit WMV in FCP?
WMV to Final Cut Pro Converter - Convert WMV to Final Cut Pro Apple ProRes
WMV to FCP Converter - Avdshare Video Converter
- Convert WMV to Final Cut Pro supported video format liike Apple ProRes, DV etc efficiently.
- Convert FLV, AVI, MP4, VOB, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, H.265, HEVC, WTV, RMVB or any other video format incompatible with Final Cut Pro to Final Cut Pro supported one.
- Convert WMV or any video format to DV, FLV, MP4, MPEG-2, AVI to import WMV to other popular video editing software, including iMovie, Avid, Cyberlink PowerDirector, Edius, Adobe Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas, Pinnacle Studio, etc.
- Edit WMV or any video format for creative users to customize their video file.
- Extract audios from WMV or any video file.
How to Convert WMV to Final Cut Pro with Avdshare Video Converter?
You can follow the converting WMV to Final Cut Pro step by step guide below to convert WMV or any video format to Final Cut Pro supported video format.
Make Preparation: Free download WMV to Final Cut Pro Converter
Step 1 Import WMV files
Click "Add file" button to load WMV file to this WMV to Final Cut Pro Video Converter - Avdshare Video Converter. Batch converting and dragging and dropping is also available on Avdshare Video Converter.
Step 2 Set FCP supported Apple ProRes
Click "Profile" button to set "ProRes Apple ProRes Codec (*.mov)" or "ProRes Apple ProRes 4444 Codec (*.mov)" as your targeted exporting format from "HD Video" category.
Step 3 Convert WMV to Final Cut Pro
Click "Convert" button to convert WMV to Final Cut Pro supported ProRes, after which you can transfer the converted exporting format to Final Cut Pro for editing.
Why Convert WMV to Final Cut Pro Video Format?
I believe many people are not strange with Final Cut Pro, no matter you are a video hobbyist, video professional or independent filmmaker. As a non-linear video editing software used by Apple, Final Cut Pro can meet your various video editing demand. From Final Cut Pro tech specs, we can clearly see that Final Cut Pro's native supported video formats are mainly some definition video formats or video formats from cameras. We will take the most recent version, Final Cut Pro X, as an example. Final Cut Pro X natively support the following video formats:
MXF, H.264 from GoPro, iFrame and DSLR cameras, HDV, DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, and DVCPRO HD, Panasonic AVC-Ultra, Sony IMX, XDCAM, XDCAM EX, XDCAM HD, XDCAM HD422, XAVC, XAVC S, and XAVC L, Canon XF MPEG-2, Canon XF-AVC, JVC-created XDCAM EX, AVCHD, REDCODE RAW (.r3d) files, Apple Intermediate Codec, MTS and .MT2S files from AVCHD cameras, etc.
So if you want to import some video file, like WMV file, to Final Cut Pro, you must ensure that your video file is natively supported by Final Cut Pro, if not, you need to convert your video file, like WMV, to one of video formats natively supported by Final Cut Pro.
To ensure the converted output quality we suggest you use a professional WMV to Final Cut Pro converter, like Avdshare Video Converter.