Canon updates EOS E1 video plug-in

Canon has announced an updated version of its EOS E1 plug-in for Apple’s Final Cut Pro video-editing software extending support to the EOS 60D DSLR. Already compatible with the company’s EOS-1D Mark IV, 7D and 5D Mark II, the plug-in converts recorded footage into Apple’s ProRes 422 compression format at approximately twice the speed of Apple’s standard conversion and allows users to log and mark videos with timecode, reel names and metadata.

Click here for more information and to download v1.1 of EOS E1 plug-in

EOS MOVIE plug-in update for Final Cut Pro

Canon today announces a new plug-in further enhancing quicker and easier editing of EOS MOVIE footage in Apple’s software suite, Final Cut Pro. The update will be available to download for free from mid-September.

EOS Movie Plug-in-E1 for Final Cut Pro version 1.1 will add to the recently released Plug-in-E1 by providing support for the Canon EOS 60D, the latest addition to the EOS range. The plug-in will allow users to view metadata and EXIF data for movie files. It will also provide support for multi-core processing, allowing even faster conversations with the latest generation of Macs.

The original plug-in was designed to convert EOS MOVIE footage from Canon’s EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 7D and EOS-1D Mark IV Digital SLR cameras to Apple’s high-quality ProRes 422 codec at approximately twice the speed of Apple’s standard conversion. Users will still have the benefits of being able to add timecode and reel names to footage quickly and easily.

Read more @ dpreview

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About Kevin Hii

I'm a Wedding Photographer @ Sibu. I provide Photography Service of Wedding, Portrait, Event, Birthday, etc...

Posted on 26 August, 2010, in Camera, Canon, DSLR, News, Software and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thanks for sharing. I will bookmark your website.

  2. I love this addition to my camera bag! Works get with my 70 – 200 zoom. I only wish it would work with more lenses.

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