The Canon EOS C100 Digital Video Camera brings together the renowned technology of Canon CMOS sensors, DIGIC DV III Image Processor, and EF lens compatibility in a smaller, lighter body. Modular and compatible with a host of Canon and third-party accessories, the EOS C100 brings true cinema quality to independent event videographers and video production organizations.
The EOS C100 sports the Super 35mm Canon CMOS Sensor and Canon DIGIC DV III Image Processor of the C300 and records at 24Mbps using an AVCHD codec for easy integration in existing production workflows. Operability and customization make the EOS C100 an ideal camera for one-person operation while providing expanded professional capabilities such as HDMI output with embedded Time Code, support for external recorders, remote operation, and complete manual control over both video and audio recording.
It is good to record happy moment with the Canon C100. However, it is not so easy to edit the footage from Canon C100. As it records videos in AVCHD format, which is not a compatible format with FCP, for editing the Canon C100 AVCHD in FCP X, you need to convert C100 AVCHD files to FCP MOV first. Here I highly recommend you using UFUSoft AVCHD Converter for Mac.
How to convert Canon C100 AVCHD clips to ProRes MOV for Final Cut Pro 6/7/X?
Step 1. Import Canon C100 clips to UFUSoft AVCHD Converter for Mac
Launch AVCHD to FCP Converter as a best Canon C100 to FCP X Converter. Click "Add video" button to add your source files directly from your camera, or from a card reader, or from the file folder that contains the source AVCHD videos stored on your computer's hard disk drive. You can batch convert by highlighting all the clips you just imported or one by one.
Step 2. Select Apple ProRes MOV as output format
Click "Profile" and select "Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" as output format for Final Cut Pro 6/7 or Final Cut Pro X.
Step 4. Once the conversion finished, click "Open Folder" button to get the generated Apple ProRes 422 MOV files, and then import the covnerted Canon C100 AVCHD files to FCP X for further editing.