😺 Final Cut Pro X Isn't Compatible
With iOS 11's New H.265 Video Codec

The most popular video editing software, Final Cut Pro X doesn't yet support the new H.265 High Efficiency Video Coding used in iOS 11. A member of the Final Cut Pro Radio Facebook group reported it:

Final Cut Pro X Isn't Compatible With iOS 11's New H.265 Codecs

Final Cut Pro X Isn't Compatible With iOS 11's New H.265 Codecs

An Easy Fix for This Glitch

If you haven't yet shot video you need to edit with FCP, there's an easy fix. On your iPhone, Open Settings app > Camera > Formats (Only available for iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 plus / iPhone 8 / iPhone 8 plus) > By default, High Efficiency will be checked. Turn to Most Compatible to stop your iPhone shooting videos in new format.

How To Turn Off New Video Format in iOS 11

Turn Off New Video Format in iOS 11

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