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Canon Release EOS Final Cut Plugin

Canon Release EOS Final Cut Plugin

Canon have released a plugin for importing high definition video from the EOS 5D, 7D, and 1D range of cameras.

The plug-in is compatible with Final Cut Pro 6 or higher, (sadly Final Cut Express is not supported). The plug-in enables the ‘log and transfer’ of video footage from the camera directly in to the Final Cut media bin.

The plug-in will convert EOS  footage to Apple’s high quality ProRes 422 codec at approximately twice the speed of Apple’s standard conversion. Additionally, users will also be able to add timecode, reel names and metadata to footage quickly and easily – further enhancing the experience of EOS MOVIE users when editing their footage.

Many online content providers are moving to digital SLR cameras for the high definition web content so this will be great news to many.

You can download the 3MB plugin here.  If you have an interest in digital photography you might be interested in joining the new SevenbyFive community.

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