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Question: How can I import Webm file into Final Cut Pro X?

I'm trying to edit some webm video files in FCPX.


I need to convert the files into a form that FCPX can read.


There are malware scam apps out there claiming to do this. Is there a proper way? Is there an open source converter that will run on Mac? The only things I see on the webm project webiste are Linux desktop apps.


Thank you

MacBook Air, macOS Sierra (10.12.6)

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Mar 17, 2018 10:03 AM in response to ILLS In response to ILLS

ILLS wrote:

Is there a proper way?

Sorenson Squeeze can do it, however it is intended for users with heavy compression workloads, so it is expensive.

I see they have a 30 day free trial - not sure if the free trial watermarks the converted footage or not:


Squeeze - The Industry's Most Trusted Video Encoding Software


You might want to take a look, or find somebody with Squeeze.

There also may be other solutions.



MtD

Mar 17, 2018 10:03 AM

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