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XAVC S to AIC, Edit Sony a6300 XAVC S 4K videos in iMovie and FCE with AIC codec [Copy this link to quote]

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Sony has introduced the long-awaited update to its popular a6000 mirrorless camera: the [B]a6300[/B]. Featuring a newly developed 24 Megapixel APS-C sensor and a completely revamped '4D' AF system with 425 phase-detection AF points, the a6300 sits at the top of Sony's APS-C mirrorless lineup. It also appears poised to break down one of the last remaining strongholds of DSLR by a live feed of the action in between frames, with minimal blackout, at a respectable 8 fps shooting rate, with AF. The [B]Sony a6300[/B] records 3840 x 2160 files in XAVC S format at up to 30p.

You can record 4K videos with a6300 in Sony's XAVC S format. But, is there any possible workflow for Sony a6300 XAVC S to iMovie or Final Cut Express on Mac OS(Sierra, El Capitan)? The result may let you down - iMovie/FCE won't open and import Sony a6300 XAVC S 4K video files correctly. Because the [B]XAVC S is the latest high definition format introduced by Sony–is not supported by iMovie or FCE so far[/B]. To edit Sony a6300 XAVC S 4K videos in iMovie/FCE smoothly, a workaround is to [B]convert Sony a6300 XAVC S 4K videos to iMovie/FCE supported format AIC MOV[/B].

With a professional XAVC S converter- [B]UFUWare HD Video Converter for Mac[/B], you can get the work done easily. This software is able to convert Sony a63000 XAVC S files to iMovie, FCE, Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro fully compatible format and keep original quality at the mean while. It can export Apple InterMedaite Codec(AIC) for iMovie/FCE, ProRes for Final Cut Pro, DNxHD for Avid Media Composer, MPEG-2 for Adobe Premiere Pro and more NLE systems for native editing.

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[B]Import Sony a6300 XAVC S 4K videos to iMovie/FCE for editing[/B]

1. Install and launch the UFUWare HD Video Converter for Mac as the best [B]Sony a6300 to iMovie/FCE Converter[/B] on your Mac(Sierra, El Capitan), and click "Add File" button to import Sony a6300 XAVC S 4K video files to it, or directly drag and drop the Sony XAVC S 4K files to the converter.

2. Click "Profile" bar to get the drop-down list, and select "iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov)" as output video format. The AIC MOV is iMovie and FCE best supported format.

3. You also can click "Settings" button to set video frame rate, video size, video bitrate, etc according to your need.

4. Click the "Convert" button, and the [B]Sony a6300 XAVC S to AIC Converter[/B] will [B]convert Sony a6300 XAVC S 4K videos to AIC MOV for iMovie/FCE on Mac[/B] immediately with high quality.

After the [B]Sony a6300 XAVC S to AIC conversion[/B], click "Open Folder" button to get the generated AIC .mov files and transfer them to iMovie 8/9/11/13 or Final Cut Express for editing on Mac OS(Sierra, El Capitan).

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