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I tried to import an H.264 video into Final Cut Pro X without success. The software tells me that the file is not importable.

VideoSpec shows me the following video track parameters:

  • Format: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
  • Bitrate: Max.: Undefined / Average: 725 Kbps / Min.: Undefined
  • Frame rate (fps): Max.: Undefined / Average: 25.000 / Min.: Undefined
  • Encoding profile: High@L3.0
  • Image size: 720*576
  • Pixel Aspect Ratio: Undefined
  • Display Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Interlacing: Progressive
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Try using Clipwrap. It can quickly convert a lot of error-prone footage for you. there is a free demo available that outputs watermarks.

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