Canon announces EOS E1 video plug-in for Apple’s Final Cut Pro

In 1D MKIV, 5D2, 7D, Software by planetmitch14 Comments

This is pretty exciting news for Canon HDSLR owners who use Apple’s Final Cut Pro! Canon releases a free EOS E1 video plug-in for Apple’s Final Cut Pro. The plug-in is compatible with Final Cut Pro 6 or higher and currently supports Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 7D and EOS 1D Mark IV cameras.


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This new plug-in allows simple and easy transfer of video content from Canon’s EOS DSLR cameras directly into Final Cut Pro. The EOS E1 video plug-in takes advantage of Final Cut Pro’s powerful Log and Transfer feature, which allows users to select and mark the video directly while it is still on the camera, add custom metadata and ingest the clips in the background so the editing can begin immediately.

The EOS E1 video plug-in is a free download and will be available here but so far, they haven’t posted it yet. We’ll let you know when they do.

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11 comments
moziko wind
moziko wind

From where can i get the detailed documentation of the FCE and all the plugin ..installation needs a lot help

zippo
zippo

hi, has anyone an idea how to get the movie plugin working under FCE? Since FCE is a paket where the plugins are not rooted under the normal library like application support... I would like to know how to move the plug in to FCE thx in advance

Sauce
Sauce

Hey this is kind of a big deal. Can you site the source please?

Trevor
Trevor

Yes, you can do plugins with FCE. Magic Bullet plugins work with FCE. If it follows the same format this one should work as well.

The Duck
The Duck

Does the plugin affect final cut express, too?

Graham
Graham

Where did they announce this? Is it on the Canon site? I couldn't find it under their 'News' section. Can you site your source? Thanks, -Graham

Brett
Brett

planet5d.com why do you feel it necessary to hijack another site in your frame? I thought that sort of childishness went out of style in the 1990s.

planetMitch
planetMitch

The source was an email from Canon Public Relations. They still have not released the plugin and I've seen rumors that it won't be out until April (unconfirmed).

planetMitch
planetMitch

I'm not sure - can you do plugins with FCE?

planetMitch
planetMitch

Every now and then, I get a comment or an email asking about this, and while I know that some folks don't like it, I've been able to build the planet5D brand partly because of it. In this post or this one, I described many of the reasons I love pretty link pro and continue to believe that the benefits far outweigh the negatives. I'm sorry you don't approve, but many major sites are doing similar iFrames and building their brands, why shouldn't planet5D?

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