FCPX exports a .fcpxml document, but FCP7 and Adobe Premier require a sequential XML file.
Rather than spending $50 to purchase an app, that you will only use one time,
I can convert it for $5!
For $5 I will convert your .fcpxml to an .xml file that can be imported into Final Cut Pro 7 or Adobe Premier.
If you have any questions about what can get transferred over, or what doesn't, send me a message, and I can send you a few helpful links.
Compound Clips need to be broken apart into their original items. The easiest way to locate your Compound Clips is using the Timeline Index. Select multiple Compound Clips and choose Clip > Break Apart Clip Items before exporting the project XML from Final Cut Pro X.
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