That version of P2 has audio and video MXF files separate (called op-atom). Use the FCPX import window and point it to the “untitled folder” and you will see the clips show up. You can preview and import what you need, or import all of them. FCPX will then rewrap the footage to .mov with video and audio embedded in one file.
Thanks so much Jeremy. Looks like that works on some of them. On others, I can import the audio and video but FCP doesn’t put them together. Also, it requires that I “copy to library” instead of “leave files in place.” (This is a huge project where I was going to create a proxy workflow.)
Yes, it makes new media, so you can’t leave in place. For the ones that aren’t working, there has to be a specific folder structure, just like your screen grab, but it’s also possible those clips don’t have audio, (or they were shot off speed). The “untitled folder” can have any name.
In some ways I’d like to convert the video to a prores 422 version and then import it into FCP. I guess there’s not a utility you’re aware of that can do that? The folders are called “untitled” so I don’t think anybody has messed with it. I can import the audio and video and line it up in a timeline, which matches perfectly. But that is a pain.