JVC’s GY-HM600 is one of the best choices for run-and-gun filmmaking and news gathering on the market today. It features three 1/3″ 12-bit CMOS sensors are each capable of a max resolution of 1920 x 1080. A 23x Fujinon autofocus zoom lens shoots long and wide angles and is operable by manual functions. The JVC GY-HM600 captures footage at just about every resolution imaginable from 1920 x 1080 pixels all the way down to one-fourth HD, or 480 x 270 pixels for easier to share video.

The JVC GY-HM600 camcorder shots videos in multiple formats such as MOV, MP4, and AVCHD, if you want to edit the GY-HM600 videos in FCP X, you have the need to convert the videos to Apple ProRes for FCP X. The best way to edit JVC GY-HM600 AVCHD/MP4/MOV videos in Final Cut Pro X is to converting the videos to FCP X native codec, Apple ProRes 422 MOV. The JVC GY-HM600 AVCHD/MP4/MOV to FCP X Converter for Mac will help you.

How to convert JVC GY-HM600 AVCHD/MP4/MOV to Apple ProRes for FCP X?

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Step 1. Import JVC GY-HM600 AVCHD/MP4/MOV videos to the converter.

Install and run JVC GY-HM600 AVCHD/MP4/MOV to FCP X Converter on your Mac, click “Add Video” button to import the video files, or drag and drop the videos to the converter.

JVC GY-HM600 AVCHD/MP4/MOV to FCP X Converter

Step 2. Select Apple ProRes as output format for FCP X

Click “Profile” option, and select “Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as output format. Apple ProRes is the best navtive code for FCP X and Final Cut Pro 6 and 7. Load them into FCP 6/7/X without rendering.

Convert JVC GY-HM600 AVCHD/MP4/MOV to Apple ProRes

Step 3. Convert JVC GY-HM600 AVCHD/MP4/MOV videos to Apple ProRes MOV

Click “Convert” button,and the UFUWare Video Converter witll convert GU-HM600 AVCHD/MP4/MOV videos to Apple ProRes MOV with best video and audio quality,video and audio synchronization is perfectly guaranteed.

After GY-HM600 AVCHD/MP4/MOV to Apple ProRes conversion, click “Open Folder” button to get the converted video files, and load the videos to Final Cut Pro 6/7/X for further editing.