How to Import SWF to Final Cut Pro for Editing

Fast QuickTime import, easily create new audio and video tracks on the timeline by dragging clip onto trackless empty area, Apple Final Cut Pro is popular used for video editing. Video formats supported by FCP include MP4, MOV, DV, HDV but flash SWF. So, flash funs who want to edit flash SWF files in Final Cut Pro need first convert SWF to Final Cut Pro accepted format.

AST SWF Video Converter for Mac is a professional software specially designed to convert SWF to FCP on Mac. Its brand-new and intuitive interface will let you easily control the program. You can convert SWF to Final Cut Pro compatible format like MOV or MP4 with several simple mouse clicks.

Following is the step by step guide on how to convert SWF to FCP on Mac:

Step 1: Free download SWF to FCP Converter for Mac, then install and run it on your Mac computer. Click “Source” to select the target flash SWF file, then click “Open” to add it to the program.

Import SWF to Final Cut Pro for Editing

Step 2: If needed, you can trim the imported video to an ideal size by setting the “Width” and “Height”. Or you can click “Crop” and directly drag the video frame to delete any unwanted part.

Step 3: Browse through the drop-down list of “Codec” to select “Final Cut Pro” or FCP supported formats like MOV, MP4, DV, or HDV as output format. You are able to change the output parameters, such as, video resolution, frame rate, etc.

Import SWF to Final Cut Pro for Editing

Step 4: Go back to the main interface, click “Capture” then “Start” to start converting SWF to Final Cut Pro accepted video format on Mac. AST SWF to FCP Converter for Mac allows you to stop the conversion at any time by clicking “End Record”.

Learn More about AST SWF to FCP Converter for Mac
- Make SWF compatible with portable Apple devices like iPad, iPhone, iPod, etc
- Add watermark onto the created video to personalize it with your own pictures
- Get excellent quality of the created videos and nothing loss in conversion
- Support all versions of flash, and flash SWF with action scripts/movie clips/sound

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