Step 1:

Click “Add file” icon to load 8K, 5K, 2K or HD videos to the Apple ProRes 422 converter. You can preview the loaded video files.

Step 2:

Click “Format” bar then click “Final Cut Pro” to choose Apple ProRes 422 MOV as output format.

Step 3:

Click “Convert” button to start converting your loaded video files to Apple ProRes 422 on Mac.

Features

Convert ProRes Videos

Convert 8K, 5K, 4K, UHD, 2K, HD (up to 1920×1080), & SD ProRes 422 video to any video format.

Get  ProRes 422 videos

Convert MP4, MXF, MOV, MKV, AVI, WMV to ProRes 422 on macOS Catalina, Windows 10.

For editing software

Convert videos from and to ProRes for FCP X, iMovie, Premiere Pro, Vegas Pro.

For digital devices

Covnert ProRes, Blu-ray, DVD and other formats for playing on tabets, phones, TVs, etc.

Screenshots

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Tips on converting videos to ProRes 422

How to convert MP4 to ProRes 422 on Mac?

Recently the demand for converting MP4 to ProRes 422 is growing the reason for which might be the need and the failure for importing MP4 to FCP X for editing. FCP X, as a professional non-linear video editing application, can only import MP4 H.264 for smoothly editing, so when you import other MP4 encoded with H.265, MPEG-4 or other codecs you will fail. To successfully import the unsupported MP4 to FCP X, the simplest way is to convert MP4 to ProRes 422, the compression format published by Apple used for video editing.

How to convert MXF to ProRes 422 on Mac

Take a fair number of MXF videos by Canon , Sony, JVC, RED or Panasonic camcorders and want to edit these video as your desire? It is not difficult. MXF is adopted by most professional video editing systems. However, to these people who try to edit the shot MXF footage in FCP X or DaVinci Resolve, it is not the end of the story since neither of the two tools support importing MXF file well. We clearly notice that converting MXF to Apple ProRes 422 is a general and effective solution to import MXF into Final Cut Pro X and DaVinci Resolve 16, 15, 14 editing program.

How to convert AVCHD/MTS to ProRes 422?

The users who want to edit MTS with Final Cut Pro X usually run into incompatibility issues. Or you can’t edit them smoothly after taking some time for importing MTS to FCP X. Why? This is due to that AVCHD/MTS files, which are already highly compressed by H.264 codec, are very hard to deal with during video editing. ProRes 422 is an appropriate format for smooth editing on Mac. So, when you can’t import AVCHD/MTS to FCP X, iMovie, or Premier Pro, you’d better to convert MTS to ProRes 422 codec. The best  video converter we want to recommend is Acrok Apple ProRes 422 Converter.

About Apple ProRes 422

Things you should know About ProRes 422

Apple ProRes 422 is a high-quality compressed codec offering nearly all the benefits of Apple ProRes 422 HQ, but at 66 percent of the data rate for even better multistream, real-time editing performance. Th target data rate is approximately 147 Mbps at 1920×1080 and 29.97 fps.

Key features

8K, 5K, 4K, UHD, 2K, HD (up to 1920×1080), & SD resolutions; 4:2:2 chroma subsampling; 10-bit sample depth; I frame-only encoding; Variable bitrate encoding; Normal 147 Mbit/s and High-Quality 220 Mbit/s and ProRes 100Mbit/s as well as ProRes Proxy for HD 45Mbit/s for HD resolution at 60i; Normal 42 Mbit/s and High-Quality 63 Mbit/s for SD resolution at 29.97; Fast encoding and decoding

Apple ProRes 422 Codec Family

Apple ProRes 422 HQ, Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 422 LT and Apple ProRes 422 Proxy.

About ProRes 422

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