“I have a weird problem with importing Canon EOS M6 II files into Adobe Premiere Pro CC. I already have one .mov file imported in the project, but when I try to import another .mp4 file, it says the file type is unsupported. I don’t get it, can anyone help me?”
“Hi admin, why I can’t edit Canon EOS M6 II 4K MP4 in FCP X smoothly? Dows Final Cut Pro support .mp4 native?”
The Canon EOS M6 II is an enthusiast-targeted 32.5MP APS-C mirrorless camera built around the company’s EF-M mount. In many respects it’s a more compact mirrorless variant of the EOS 90D DSLR that was announced simultaneously.
Physically, it closely resembles the original M6 but brings a host of speed and feature upgrades. These include a higher resolution sensor, the ability to capture 4K video and a mode that shoots bursts of Raw files at up to 30 fps. Never miss a moment of the action as it happens with the EOS M6 Mark II’s new High-Speed Continuous + (H+) shooting mode. With the ability to shoot continuously at up to 14fps, you can capture images with nearly no time wasted. Thanks to its DIGIC 8 Image Processor, the EOS M6 Mark II camera can take the shot and stay locked on the subject whether you are capturing an athlete scoring a goal or are out with your friends.
Many users are puzzled by one thing that some files with Canon EOS M6 II 4K MP4 file extension can be imported into FCP X or Premiere Pro CC, but some may be unable to. So what’s matter? Well, that’s possibly because your Canon EOS M6 II files. Actually, MP4 is a container file format which can contain data encoded using various compression and encoding schemes. FCP X and Premiere Pro CC can import Canon EOS M6 II files, but the ability to import the data that they contain is dependent on which codecs (specifically, decoders) are installed.
By installing additional codecs, you can extend the ability of FCP X and Premiere Pro CC to import additional file types. However, it would be difficult for you to find and install the suitable codec for smoothly editing MPEG-4/AVC files in FCP X/Premiere Pro CC. In fact, there is another easy option to get Canon EOS M6 II footage and Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro to play nicely. The easy workaround is to transcode Canon EOS M6 II to an editing-friendly format such as Premiere MOV , MPEG-2 MPG etc. and then import the converted files to your software for editing.
The article would show you how to convert Canon EOS M6 II 4K MP4 to ProRes MOV and MPEG-2 step by step with a professional and easy-to-use Video Converter Ultimate (Windows 10/8/8.1/7/Vista/XP compatible) from Acrok Studio. The video app supports creating high quality video for importing to Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 without any trouble. And it can convert any video to Premiere Pro compatible format without losing quality. If you are Mac users, please get Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac (macOS 10.14 Mojave and macOS 10.15 Catalina compatible). Just download the right program according to computer OS and follow the steps below.
Free download Canon EOS M6 II 4K MP4 Converter
Guide: How to convert and import Canon EOS M6 II video to FCP X and Premiere Pro CC
Step 1. Add Canon EOS M6 II video files
First download and install the Canon Video Converter on your PC. When completed, start the program and then drag and drop your Canon EOS M6 II videos to the program. You can add multiple video files to convert at a time.
Step 2. Choose the output format
To import 4K MP4 files to FCP X on Mac, you can select Apple ProRes 422 MOV or ProRes 4444 MOV from “Final Cut Pro” as the output format. All output videos will keep the original quality of Canon EOS M6 II video and seamlessly fit iMovie, DaVinci Resolve 16 and more.
For Premiere Pro CC, CS6 and CS5 users, please select “Adone Premiere MPEG-2 (*.mpg)” from “Editing Software” category.
Tip: If the default settings do not fit you requirement, you can click “Settings” icon to adjust video size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channels.
Step 3. Convert Canon EOS M6 II videos
When everything is ready, click the Convert button and all the loaded Canon EOS M6 II MP4 video files will be converted to into an editing-friendly format that can be imported into FCP X or Premiere Pro CC without any trouble.