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Transcode Yuneec Typhoon H 4K Video to ProRes for Final Cut Pro X

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If you have been suffering with video stuttering during playback and editing Yuneec Typhoon H 4K in Final Cut Pro X even after creating optimized media and having a Mac fast enough to cope with other 4K footage, then we may have a solution for you.

There seems to be some problem in the way that Final Cut Pro X is handling the Typhoon H codec. Our guess is that FCP X doesn't like the way that the version of H.264 codec that Yuneec is using is flagging frames in an oddball way that FCP X doesn't like.

For our goal of maintaining maximum image quality while providing the smoothest editing experience, we will want to transcode the Typhoon H 4K source files into ProRes 422 LT. While there are higher quality versions of ProRes(Learn Apple ProRes File Types), they will only cause necessarily larger files and ProRes 422 LT can handle just slightly more data than we are generating, thus making it a great fit for our use.

To transcode Typhoon H 4K to Final Cut Pro preferred ProRes easily and quickly, Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac, an easy-to-use yet professional 4K video converter is highly recommended. This program features high efficiency and seamless conversion. With it, you can effortlessly convert Typhoon H 4K footage to ProRes encoded MOV files - ensuring maximum editing quality and efficiency when working with FCP X, FCP 7. In addition, the program can also help you transcode any 4K files to Apple Intermediate Codec, DNxHD, MPEG-2, AVI, WMV, FLV, etc. for smoothly editing or playback with iMovie, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, etc.

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Steps to convert Typhoon H 4K clips to ProRes for FCP X

1. Import 4K videos to the software

Once run the best 4K Video Converter for Mac, you can click "Add Video" button to load source files.

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2. Select the output format

Click "format" bar and choose "Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422(LT) (*.mov)" as Final Cut Pro X compatible codec for editing H.265 footage in FCP X smoothly. ProRes 422(HQ), Pro Res 422, Pro Res 444, Pro Res 422(Proxy) are all the proper choice.

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Tip: Tap "settings" to customize the output parameters- adjust the video size, bitrate, frame rate, audio sample rate, audio channel, etc to get a decent video for editing in Final Cut Pro. If you don't wanna 4K source, downscale 4K to 1080p video resolution. To stick with 4K, just set the video resolution as original.

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3. Start 4K conversion

Click "Convert" button to start encoding Typhoon 4K .mp4 to ProRes .mov for Final Cut Pro X. Once the onversion is done, you can transfer your Yuneec Typhoon 4K footage into Final Cut Pro X or FCP 7 for editing smoothly on Mac(macOS High Sierra included).

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