Importing AVCHD Media into Final Cut Pro X Importing AVCHD Media into Final Cut Pro XIn this episode Steve demystifies how Final Cut Pro X handles AVCHD media and what the best practices are for importing it. This is an important tip for video editors. Importing MacBreak Media Management Steve Martin2020-03-03T19:58:12-07:00 If you liked this article, share it! FacebookTwitterEmail Related Posts Animate Pixelmator Pro Graphics in FCP Gallery Animate Pixelmator Pro Graphics in FCP Camera 2 Cloud – Filmic to Frame.io to FCP Gallery Camera 2 Cloud – Filmic to Frame.io to FCP Boris Looks and Mocha Tracking in Final Cut Pro Gallery Boris Looks and Mocha Tracking in Final Cut Pro Next Level Ken Burns Effects in FCP Gallery Next Level Ken Burns Effects in FCP RippleLIVE Episode 30 Gallery RippleLIVE Episode 30 One Comment Kent Wiley September 24, 2015 at 4:07 pm In a somewhat peripheral comment, Steve finally reveals for me the preferred workflow for importing files: connect a card to the computer; import clips or ranges – copying to the Library; create a camera archive. This way files are copied to two locations. Up till now, I’ve been copying the card in the Finder, then importing in FCPX, but often having to copy again to the Library. Even after watching numerous Ripple training videos, it wasn’t until this one that the preferred method became clear. Thanks for the clarification! Comments are closed.