Motion JPEG can not be imported into Final Cut Pro
If it would be possible to add a feature which circumvents this, that would be great (it would also give bandicam different output container formats (using H.264) like; .mp4/.flv/mkv/.h264, which is a very nice addition/feature worth mentioning )
Bandisoft wrote:We've tried Final Cut Pro in Mac OS X, but we could edit the recorded video without any problems.
To edit with an editing program, you should choose "Motion JPEG" video codec and "PCM" audio codec.
(We think you chose "Motion JPEG" video codec and "MPEG-1 L2" audio codec.)
This idea is good. But we may choose a different solution.
and Final Cut Pro X gives the import error that said file is not supported
Any insight as to what this might be? or is it still too far from development?
Bandisoft wrote:Bandicam uses standard Motion JPEG and PCM codec and we can edit the video in Final Cut Pro.
It might be a problem with a codec or Final Cut Pro X. We don't have a solution for this.
We may/will support the .mp4 format (Video+Audio) in the future.
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