Hello, it is true that MP3 files into FCE / Final Cut Pro will not "directly" can use, but that this can only predict in an uncompressed format to be converted? It makes me no sense, I see it once and for work done at the highest level of quality will remain, but for the amateur filmmaker is the absurd but, is it? When I was on Windows with PPro worked, it was no problem. Perhaps there is an elegant workaround / trick? After all, can I file in the preview FCE listen, why not synonymous to the timeline involved? :-( Gruss trowel.
Antwort von noch n´Gast:
This is the Manual for FCE4 s.Page 655 (available from Apple as a separate free download) to MP3 and cohorts should not be used. You can use it already, just stop by there and re-compress convert quality losses, which are perfectly audible.
Antwort von Kelle B.:
How now in the new FCE 4 is regulated, I do not know. On my FCE 3.5, I can in any case is an MP3 file to import and listen in the preview, but once I am on the timeline to withdraw from the underlying video is only a kind of warning. Significant loss of quality of MP3 use at the time, I could not PPro absolutely determined. Trowel.
Antwort von Der tolle Hecht:
that would be synonymous for me interesting. I am a new grad in FCE 4 recently. I can import MP3, but not mount. Beautiful violin .. :-(
Antwort von TheDrummer:
I always serve me the following workflow: 1. iTunes Preferences - Advanced - Importing - Import with select AIFF encoder. 2. mp3 in iTunes, choose 3. right mouse button - Choice convert to AIFF 4. AIFF mark - right mouse button - In the Finder, show 5. File import / move in the bin / in the timeline, drag
I normally make a playlist with the selected songs, Mark 'all and convert them. It is synonymous to support a Smart Playlist to create all the *. AIFF files to display them again later faster.
The workflow can be synonymous with the beautiful Automator to automate it in the context menu an entry with "mp3-> aiff" to generate and so quickly, without going through iTunes, a file can umcodieren. If I have time anymore, I can like a tutorial online about this, but for now you will come to your destination.
Antwort von Axel:
If it's quick must go: With Quicktime Pro you can open an MP3 and as Aiff exported.