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How to Edit VOB Files in Final Cut Pro X Flawlessly

Read this article to know how to import and edit VOB files in Final Cut Pro X/7 flawlessly. 

How to Edit VOB Files in Final Cut Pro X Flawlessly
We've looked at how Final Cut Pro X deals with some popular codecs like H.264, AVCHD, MXF, XDCAM, XAVC, etc and see how to import and work with them in Final Cut Pro X directly or with plug-ins in the Final Cut Pro X guide. While, how to import VOB files to Final Cut Pro X for editing? Now this tutorial will give you some tips and tricks.

Searching Apple's forum, we found many guys are facing the similar troubles "VOB files not seen in FCP", "Final Cut Pro X won't play VOB files"... That means it’s necessary to encode VOB files for Final Cut Pro. To finish the task, what you need is a VOB converting tool. Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac is the bee's knees, which can help you fast transcoding VOB to Final Cut Pro with ProRes codec without quality loss. In addition, it not only supports VOB videos, but also handles various common video formats, like MKV, MXF, MTS, MOV, MP4, AVI, WMV .etc. Download the program and start the conversion.

Convert VOB to ProRes for editing in Final Cut Pro 7/X

1. Load VOB files

Install the VOB to ProRes Converter program on Mac and run it. Drag the VOB files to the software. It supports batch conversion and joining multiple video clips into one file.

2. Choose ProRes as output format

Click the "Format" bar and select Final Cut Pro> Apple PreRes 422(*.mov) as output format.

3. Adjust video, audio settings

Click the "Settings" button and customize proper video/audio parameters including Video size, bitrate and fame rate and more.

4. Start conversion

After all necessary settings, hit the convert button to start the VOB video to ProRes conversion on Mac OS X. Once the conversion process shows in 100%, click Open to get the output videos. Create a project and start editing VOB files in Final Cut Pro X or FCP 7 with light speed.

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