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Need advice on encoding 7D Mark II .mov to Sony Vegas Pro

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For the popular editing tools Sony Vegas Pro and Pinnacle Studio 17, could Canon EOS 7D Mark II MOV files work well with them?

The Canon EOS 7D Mark II digital SLR camera is designed to meet the demands of photographers and videographers who want a camera that can provide a wide range of artistic opportunities. It offers the ability to shoot videos in 1080p Full HD or 720p HD video up to 60p enabling slow-motion capture at full resolution. Users can also choose between .MOV and .MP4 recording formats for maximum flexibility. If you plan to import the footage to Sony Vegas Pro or Pinnacle Studio 17, the ideal converting tool Pavtube Video Converter for Windows can help you a lot. (Mac user click here)

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As Mac users have the FCP or iMovie, etc as good editing assistants, while for Windows users, we have excellent Sony Vegas Pro or Pinnacle Studio 17. However, you still got some troubles when editing incompatible video files, right? For example, ****H.264 MOV shot by Canon EOS 7D Mark II camera**** is the typical one.

In one word, most of you may not know the ****WMV is the most suitable format for both Sony Vegas Pro and Pinnacle Studio 17****. So necessary steps are allowed here to make this conversion successfully.


Install and launch the Video Converter on Mac, and then click "Add video" button to load 7D Mark II MOV footage either from cam HDD or SD card or drag the footage from your 7D Mark II camera to the program directly. Both for those two guys, on the output list, 'HD Video'>>'WMV HD (*.wmv)' is waiting for you. Additionally, only for Sony Vegas, drop down the list you can choose the 'Adobe Premiere Pro'>>'MPEG-2 (*.mpg)' for an available one.


Tip: Go to the "Settings" page and customize proper video/ audio parameters if necessary. E.g. Set video size to 1920*1080 or set smaller bitrates to further cut down export file size. You may skip this step as well. Finally, hit the 'Convert' button to start your work.


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