Blu-ray to ProRes-Log and Transfer Blu-ray to FCP with ProRes Codec editing?

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Blu-ray to ProRes-Log and Transfer Blu-ray to FCP with ProRes Codec editing?

Post  tutubebe99 on Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:32 am

Blu-ray to ProRes-Log and Transfer Blu-ray to FCP with ProRes Codec editing?

In order to make some Blu-ray HD contents into my own film works in FCP, I would like to see a straight BD conversion to Apple's PrORes 422 codec, because this codec remains the stunning HD quality and has fast decoding speed and low compression rate. Is there an application that can help me directly convert Blu-ray to ProRes 422?

ProRes is an intermediate codec, which means it is intended for use during video editing, and not intended for practical or end-user viewing. Nowadays there are seldom Blu-ray applications developed for Mac users, not to mention a program that can rip Blu-ray to Apple ProRes 422 codec for editing in Final Cut Pro. However, Pavtube Blu-ray to ProRes Converter for Mac can realize it. It can help you rip/convert a Blu-ray movie to Apple ProRes 422 without quality loss in a fast speed on Mac OS X(os x lion included). The following guide will present you an easy way to import and ingest Blu-ray to ProRes for FCP editing.

Step-by-Step Guide: Rip/Convert Blu-ray to ProRes 422 for editing on FCP with a Blu-ray to FCP Converter.

Step 1. Run Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac as the perfect mac Blu-ray to ProRes Converter for FCP. Add BD files to the program.

Step 2. Choose Final Cut Pro ProRes as output format.
Click on the drop-down list of "Format" to select "Final Cut Pro" > "Apple ProRes 422 (*.mp4)" as output format.


Click on "Settings" button to adjust audio and video parameters. Bit rate, aspect ratio, frame rate, sample rate, and channels are all changeable in the following interface, so you can adjust them according to your own requirements.

Step 3. Start Blu-ray to Apple ProRes 422 conversion for FCP under Mac OS X by clicking on "Convert" button.

Once get the converted ProRes files from BD, you can import them to Final Cut Pro for editing freely.

Hope this guide "Rip/Convert Blu-ray to Apple ProRes with lossless quality for FCP editing on Mac OS X" do a great favor for you.


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