I guess you don't have the full BDMV folder.
Final Cut Pro 7 and FInal Cut Pro X can import directly if you point
to the folder and convert to ProRes during import. FCPX should allow
you to start editing immediately while it's converting in the
background. That's why it's important to keep the folder intact. It
can save you hours of conversion time.
I've been doing this with my Canon Vixia HF200.
On Oct 31, 2:00 pm, Bruce Wagner <br...@onlyonetv.com> wrote:
Sorry to bother, but Help! Does anyone know how to convert Canon
camera MTS files into something that Final Cut Pro can import? (Or
import directly from the camera into Final Cut Pro via USB)?