From 2007, Canon has released no fewer than 40 EOS SLR camera models, starting with the introduction of the EOS 650. Canon has also released two EOS cameras designed to use the APS film format, the EOS IX and the EOS IX Lite. There is also a manual-focus EOS camera, the Canon EF-M. It comes with all the automatic and manual exposure functions but lacks autofocus.
Prior to the introduction of the EOS D30 digital SLR, Canon in collaboration with Kodak produced four digital SLRs by modifying the internals of the EOS-1N film SLR. These four digital SLRs had a Canon EOS body and thus can accept EF lenses, while the image sensor and electronics were designed and built by Kodak.
However, many Canon EOS users will meet the same kind of problem when they want to import Canon EOS 1080P MOV to FCP for editing as below.
Q1: Transfer canon mov files to edit?
I’m trying to set up a workflow to handle movies coming in from a Canon EOS T2i DSLR. I downloaded a plug-in from Canon that is supposed to allow FCP to ‘log and transfer’ the movie clips into an FCP workflow (creating ProRes files).
I can’t quite get it to work. Can i edit canon mov files on mac?
Q2: My Canon 5D mark 2 is not giving fine result when the video is played on TV. Why?
Hi. I’ve tried many a times but never succeeded in getting good quality of my mark 2 videos on TV. Every time my stuff is aired on TV, it looks dull. Does anyone knows what mistake I’m making. I also want to know how to edit the MOV files on FCP.
That is because Canon EOS MOV codec, H.264 can’t be edited with Final Cut Pro.
Luckily, a friend of mine recommended me a Canon MOV to ProRes Converter Mac which he tried very great. I download the free trial and found it’s very easy to use, and can convert Canon 1080p MOV videos from EOS 600D, 5D, 60D, 7D, T2i, etc. to Apple ProRes 422 for FCP. Then I bought it without any hesitating. If you have the same problem with me, maybe you can try it. Learn the details about how to convert Canon MOV to ProRes Mac for FCP! Hope to help you.