How To: Convert h.264 footage from a Canon 5D and 7D

Convert h.264 footage from a Canon 5D and 7D

In order to be able to work with Canon DSLR footage (as from a 5D Mark II or 7D), you need to convert the h.264 into a more edit friendly format such as Apple ProRes 422. This tutorial shows you in detail how to ingest and convert this footage.

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You can also try software called Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac which gives full support for Apple ProRes 422, ProRes HQ, ProRes 444. At least It works fine for me. : )

Hope it helps!

Thanks brother! This saved me a LOT of headaches. I thought I didn't record my clips correctly but H264 was the culprit. Awesome tutorial. Mark

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