The JVC GC-PX100 features a shoulder-mount form factor, a 1/2.3″ 12MP CMOS sensor and a 10x optical zoom lens. The lens has a 35mm equivalent of 29.5-476mm, and the 10x optical zoom is supplemented by a 16x dynamic and 200x digital zoom.

The GC-PX100 can record up to 1080/60p video in the AVCHD Progressive format at 28Mbps. For Mac users, you may want to edit GC-PX100 AVCHD footage in FCP X, but when you import GC-PX100 video into FCP X, you will find the importing speed is slowly, and you can’t play JVC GC-PX100 video in preview windows smoothly.

To solve the problem, you need to convert GC-PX100 AVCHD to FCP X native codec Apple ProRes 422 or Apple ProRes 4444 via JVC AVCHD Converter for Mac.

You can download UFUWare AVCHD Converter for Mac trial version to convert GC-PX100 AVCHD to ProRes for FCP X/7/6. If you want to play the GC-PX100 AVCHD video files on HD TV, tablet or smartphone, the AVCHD Converter can help you convert GC-PX100 AVCHD to any format, such as MP4, MOV.

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Step 1. Install the JVC GC-PX100 AVCHD to FCP X Converter on Mac and launch it. Click “Add Video” button on the main interface to load your original MTS/M2TS videos from JVC GC-PX100.

JVC GC-PX100 AVCHD MTS to FCP Converter for Mac

Tip: If necessary, you can select all files and click “Merge” to combine several videos into one file.

Step 2. Click then “Profile” to select output format. Choose “Final Cut Pro> Apple PreRes 422″ as the output format.

Convert JVC GC-PX100 AVCHD to ProRes MOV for FCP X

Step 3. Click “Convert” button to convert JVC GC-PX100 AVCHD to Apple ProRes for FCP 6/7/X editing.

Tip: Before conversion, you can click the “Settings” icon to customize the video/audio settings for Final Cut Pro: 1920*1080 vide size; 30fps frame rate(for original 60p videos) or 25fps frame rate(for original 50p videos).

Custom video and audio parameters

Once the process is completed, you can click “Open Folder” button to find the generated .mov videos, and import the video files to Final Cut Pro 6/7/X for further editing on Mac.