How to import your favorite Blu-ray/DVD disk movies to FCP X with retaining the surround sound track? ProRes Converter is a practical app helping you transcode BD/DVD into to multi-track Apple ProRes for Final Cut Pro X.
Final Cut Pro X gives Mac users the best way to edit their Blu-ray/DVD movies. However, the best video format for editing in FCP X is Apple ProRes 422 (.mov), which uses I-frame–only (intraframe) encoding, providing faster rendering and real-time playback performance, and has a generous color sample ratio and bit depth, allowing for higher-quality rendering of visual effects. So, if you want to edit Blu-ray/DVD movie, you shoud do BD/DVD to Apple ProRes 422 conversion first.
However, is it possible for keeping the multiple audio/video track separately as original during converting?
I'm a movie fan and getting the movie in Blu-ray/DVD disc copied into a usable format with the surround sound has been a real challenge that I've worked on for over a year. And I wanna to do the editing in FCP X for removing a scene or a word (f-bomb typically) that we feel is not necessary and detracts from our enjoyment in watching a movie.
To accomplish this goal, I recommend you a powerful multi-track prores converter for mac – Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac. It is not only capable of helping you to transcode Blu-ray/DVD discs to various output formats, but also it can transcode BD/DVD to Apple Prores with multiple audio and subtitle tracks.
Having tried MTR, iSky Soft, MakeMKV, DVD2OneX2, DVDRemaster, Ripit, but I was unable to get the movie into FCP x and maintain the surround sound with them. And Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac is the first product I found that allows a DVD or Blu-Ray to be converted for editing in FCP x and retain the surround sound track. In addition, it can keeping all the subtitles, suppose you are good at both English and Francia, and want to preserve both of them from original DVD discs when converting, that is what Pavtube ByteCoy for Mac can do for you. And you can select the audio you want when enjoying movies.
Now let's download and install the software and follow the guide to see how it convert Blu-ray/DVD to Apple Proes with keeping surround sound track. Just refer to below details.
Step 1. Launch it and click Load Disc button to load Blu-ray/DVD discs.
Step 2. Click "Format" to find "Multi-track Video" catalogue, select "Multi-track Apple ProRes 422(*.mov)" as output format.
With output default "Settings" you can get all audio tracks preserved. In addition, if you want more customization, you can also uncheck the audio tracks you do not need to output. Just find "Audio" under "Settings" button, then uncheck the undesired audio.
Step 3. Click "Convert" to start conversion, when completed, click "Open" to find the generated .mov files.
Obviously, it is easy to use software without any audio and video out of sync issue. You may wonder what else this software can do for you. Of course, it combines all features in Blu-ray/DVD Ripper, including various output formats selection, editing options support. Worthy to point out that it also supports lossless quality output. It is designd for users that do not need to deal with multi-track video/audio files, only $39.2 is needed.
1. You can choose ByteCopy for Mac if you wanna add *.srt, *.ass and *.ssa subtitle in video by clicking "Edit" button.
2. Besides multi-track Apple ProRes, Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac offers other options like multi-track MP4, multi-track MKV, multi-track MOV and for you to choose for playback or editing.
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In this way, you can successfully convert Blu-ray/DVD to Multi-track Apple ProRes for FCP X with Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac. Hope this guide helps!