Apple ProRes is an intermediate codec, which means it is intended for use during video editing, and not intended for practical or end-user viewing. The benefit of an intermediate codec is that it retains higher quality than end-user codecs while still requiring much less expensive disk systems compared to uncompressed video.
The Apple ProRes format comes in five versions: Apple ProRes 4444, Apple ProRes 422 (HQ), Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 422 (LT), and Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy). With Mac Apple ProRes video converter, you can convert AVI, DiVX, Xvid, WMV, MPG, VOB, ASF, DVR-MS, RM, RMVB, MOV, QT, MP4, M4V, MKV, DV, 3GP, 3G2, FLV, F4V, MOD, TOD, MXF, MTS, M2TS, M2T, TS, TP, TRP, TIVO, DV videos to Apple ProRes 4444, Apple ProRes 422 (HQ), Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 422 (LT), and Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy).
You can convert MP4 to Apple ProRes MOV for import and edit in Final Cut Pro or Final Cut Pro X.
VOB to ProRes Converter for Mac is designed to convert DVD video files VOB to Apple ProRes 422 on OSX Mac.
How to convert SWF files on Mac OS X? Use SWF to ProRes Converter to convert SWF to Apple ProRes 422, or Apple ProRes 4444 for importing into FCP or iMovie.
MXF to Apple ProRes Converter can convert MXF video files from Canon XF, Panasonic P2 and Sony XDCAM to Apple ProRes 422 on Mac OS X.
You can convert HD video files (AVI, XWMV, MPEG, MOV, MP4, TS, MTS, M2TS) to Apple ProRes 422 or Apple ProRes 4444 for importing into FCP, FCP X.
How to import YouTube .flv files to Final Cut Pro? You can convert YouTube video files FLV to Apple ProRes 422, or Apple ProRes 4444 on Mac OS X.
Apple Pro Res is a video file format commonly used by high-definition video cameras when being imported into Final Cut Pro.
M2TS to Apple ProRes Converter for Mac is good at converting M2TS video files to Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 4444 on Mac OS X.
How to import AVCHD to Final Cut Pro? Just convert AVCHD .mts or .m2ts files to Apple ProRes 422, or Apple ProRes 4444 on Mac OS X.
Apple has said its new HD video standard was designed not just to beat opposing formats but to clear bottlenecks -- some of which are stifling for video editors.