Move a Final Cut Pro X Project to Final Cut Pro 7 and beyond!
Xto7 for Final Cut Pro
Xto7 for Final Cut Pro (previously called Project X₂7) translates the brand new Final Cut Pro X
Project XML (fcpxml) and converts it to Sequence XML for import into Final Cut Pro
7 or other applications.
(If you need translation the other way — from Final Cut Pro 7 to Final Cut Pro X — there's an app for that too!)
Your Final Cut Pro Sequence XML is ready for:
- Final Cut Server
- Premiere Pro and then dynamic link to
- After Effects
- Encore (for real Blu-ray authoring)
- Final Cut Pro 7 and then to
- Soundtrack Pro
- Motion 4
- OMF output for ProTools, etc.
- EDL export
- Print to tape and Edit to tape
- other Final Cut Pro 7 XML workflow tools (such as Sequence Clip Reporter for stock footage and music cue sheet reports).
Already working is a Final Cut Pro X Project with:
- Titles at the start and end;
- a mixture of primary storyline and connected clips;
- a mix of active and inactive clips;
- large numbers of J and L cuts;
- to-do markers and regular markers;
- spot audio effects; and
- cross-dissolve transitions.
All transfer without problem. Unfinished to-do markers appear as red markers, completed to-do markers as Green markers, and the blue Final Cut Pro X markers as blue markers in Final Cut Pro 7.
Check the Help Documentation for an up-to-date list of what translates and what doesn't translate.
- Final Cut Pro version 10.0.1 or later
- An application that imports Final Cut Pro XML (such as Final Cut Pro 7 or 6, Premiere Pro CS6, Color etc.)
- OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion” or OS X 10.7 “Lion” or OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard”