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How to easily and quickly import MPEG-2 to FCP X for editing, The problem such as audio, code will be solved. 

“When I import an MPEG file, the video imports ok, however the audio does not import with it. Is there a setting that I'm missing, or some other way to correct this issue?” 

“Why the audio does not work for MPEG-2 file to FCP X?”. It will work if you have the MPEG-2 playback component installed, but it will create problems, and you might get some strange behavior because of the MP3 compressed audio. The sound problem may be because of the code. 

So, what we need? Here we recommended you to take a free try on our Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac, this is best Apple ProRes converter for Final Cut Pro X on Mac, this software can convert MPEG-2 to Apple ProRes 422 with best video and audio quality, besides, it runs faster than other’s products, this MPEG-2 to Apple ProRes 422 converter is the only software that supports high quality Apple ProRes codec output.


  Guide on how to Import MPEG-2 to FCP X for editing  

Step 1. Add MPEG-2 videos 
Click the “Add File” button to select the MPEG-2 videos from your hard drive to Mac video converter. To save your time, this Mac video converter well supports batch conversion so you can add multiple files at a time. 

Step 2. Choose output format 
Choose output format, to edit videos on Final Cut Pro X native codec, you are recommended to choose Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov), it’s best for Final Cut Pro X editing. Read the difference of ProRes

Step 3. Set parameters 
You can click “settings” to adjust the output parameters, like resolution, bitrate, etc. 
Step 4.Convert MPEG-2 to FCP X 
Click the “Convert” button to start converting MPEG2 to Apple ProRes 422. After that, click the “Open” button to locate the output files and transfer the files to FCP X as usual. 

Finally, you can successfully import MPEG-2 file to FCP X for editing, and no audio problem or others. 

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