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Best MXF to MOV Video Converter – How to Convert MXF to MOV on Mac (macOS Sierra Included)?

Simplest Way to Convert MXF to QuickTime MOV on Mac
It is with no doubt that most video users have come across with MXF files and they have failed to play it on Mac. To begin with MXF is video file format that is used by digital Camcoders like Sony, Panasonic and Sony. MXF contain is made of videos, audios and programmed data. Although MXF files are of high quality they are not supported by Mac media players such QuickTime thus you need to convert them to file format such MOV. MOV is a file format that is compatible with QuickTime player.

Are you looking for a simplest way to convert your MXF files to MOV format? Well then you need to look out for MXF Video Converter for Mac. This software is well built to improve your performance. Not only is it a video converter but also an audio converter. The beauty of this software is that you can convert your files without losing quality of files.
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Get the Best MXF to QuickTime MOV Video Converter:

-It supports to convert videos to MOV, AVI, MP4, WMV, DV, MPEG-1, VOB, 3GP, 3G2, ASF M4V, MPEG-2, DivX, and MKV, etc. Also this software supports online formats like FLV, SWF, F4V Youtube Video, Vimeo, VEVO, Facebook Video, and so on.
-It is built with a video downloader that can convert and download videos from popular sharing sites like Blip, Hulu, Facebook, YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, Vevo, Vimeo, LiveLeak, break and FunnyOrDie among others.
-Its video editor allows you to add subtitles; watermarks, change aspect ration, and adjust brightness, crop, rotate and trim videos as well as adding effects.
-It has fully featured DVD toolkit that allows you to burn files, edit and also convert them to supported format of your device.
-This software allows you to convert audio and videos to devices like, iPhone, iPad, Samsung, LG, Apple TV, Blackberry, PSP, HTC Vive, VR devices and so on.
-Fully compatible with Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista, macOS 10.12 Sierra or ealier.

User Guide on How to Convert MXF to QuickTime MOV on Mac (Including macOS Sierra)
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Now that you have downloaded MXF Video Converter for Mac and installed, you need to learn how convert videos with it. Here is a quick guide on how you can convert MXF file to MOV format.
Step 1. Upload MXF Files to MXF Video Converter
On the home screen of the program click on “Files” on the main menu and select “Load Media Files” option. This will enable you to import MXF file to the program. Alternatively, you can just drag and drop the MXF files to the program or click on “+” button to upload the file.
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Step 2. Select Output Format
Before you can select an output format you can click on the edit icon to crop, trim or add effects to the video. After that you can now move the cursor to the lower part of the screen and click on “Videos” under output formats. Scroll through the video formats until you find “MOV” format. Click on it and then go to bottom of the program and click on “Output folder” to select the path to save your files.
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Step 3. Convert MXF to MOV Format
Next you need to convert the file. Click on “Convert” button at the lower right and wait for the program to convert the file. The time it takes to convert depends on the size of the file although it is faster compared to other video converters.

Congrats! The conversion process is now complete and you can now play your MOV file with QuickTime Player on your Mac.
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