Canon DSLR EOS T5i/700D supports MOV 1080P recording, you can take vivid videos in holidays, weekends, etc. You may need to edit the Canon T5i/700D recorded videos in Final Cut Pro X on Mac before sharing with others. But, as we know, canon t5i recorded videos are in H.264 MOV format, the H.264 codec is not good for Final Cut Pro (FCP 5, FCP6, FCP 7 and FCP X) editing, it takes long time to render, and you can’t edit the H.264 videos smoothly in Final Cut Pro.
To import the Canon T5i/700D footage, the simply wanted to use the new EOS Plugin from Canon, which would easily import and then convert Canon H.264 MOV files into Apple ProRes 422. The Canon EOS MOVIE Plugin-E1 for Final Cut Pro Supported Models have no Canon EOS T5i/700D, but supported Canon EOS 60D. And I tried to use the Canon EOS Plugin handling T5i/700D MOV, however, I found that some clips are shorter than what they are really taken. It seems that some frames were dropped when transcoded to ProRes 422. So how to fix Canon EOS MOVIE Plugin problem or other way to convert Canon EOS Rebel T5i/700D MOV to ProRes 422? This article I will tell you the best way to transcode Canon EOS Reble T5i/700D h.264 mov to ProRes 422 mov to Final Cut Pro for importing without rendering and editing without choppy. .
Step by step to transcode Canon EOS Rebel T5i /700D MOV to ProRes 422 smoothly.
Step 1. Install the Mac Canon EOS Video Converter, run it.
Step 2. Directly drag and drop the Canon EOS .mov to Canon EOS Video Converter Software.
Step 3. For lossless editing in FCP, choose the Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) as output format.
Step 4. Start Convert. Click the convert button under preview window to start conversion.
After conversion, you can directly import Canon EOS Rebel T5i /700D 1080/30p MOV to Final Cut Pro 6, Final Cut Pro 7 and Final Cut Pro x for editing on Mac OS X.
Tips:If you choose “Apple ProRes 422(*.mov)” as output format, the ingested Canon T5i files could be significantly larger than the original files, which has a much higher compression ratio than Apple ProRes. If you prefer smaller file size, choose “Apple ProRes 422 (LT) (*.mov)” instead.