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Best MXF Video Converter – Import MXF video to Adobe Premiere Elements native format

MXF is a “container” or “wrapper” format which supports a number of different streams of coded “essence”, encoded in any of a variety of video and audio compression formats, together with a metadata wrapper which describes the material contained within the MXF file. At present, many taken out of video formats from cameras are both MXF files, such as Canon XF100, XF105, XF305, Canon EOS C300, Sony PMW-200, Panasonic P2 etc., Most people want to play MXF video files in some editing software like Premiere Elements, Sony Vegas Movie Studio, PowerDirector, Corel VideoStudio, iMovie… However because MXF is a shell format instead of a compressed format, and therefore it can not ensure that each MXF file can be identified in any kind of decoder. In order to successfully edit the .mxf file, we usually transcode it to the format our editing software support.
MXF to Premiere Elements
Compared with other professional editing software, Adobe Premiere Elements is more simple and easy to use. It is a very suitable software for family. Users can quickly learn how to use it any easy to achieve the desired effect. In addition to capturing footage, you can also import images, video and audio files. It has all the tools and more that you’ll need to splice, trim and arrange your videos into a finished product that you can be proud of. Premiere Elements support many formats, such as MP4, AVI, DV, MOV, M2TS, MPEG-2, H.264, SWF, VOB, MOD, AC3, MPE, MPG, MPD…

Tip: What video and audio can import into Adobe Premiere Elements?

Adobe Premiere Elements Supported Formats

Video file formats – import
.3gp, .3g2, .swf, .avi, .m2ts, .mts, .dv, .mp4, .m4v, .mov, .m1v, .mpeg, .mpe, .m2v, .mp2, .mpg, .tod, .vob, .wmv

Audio file formats – import
.amr, .aif, .aiff, .aac, .ac3, .mp3, .m4a, .mov, .wav, .wma

Regrettably, although the latest Premiere Elements 13 added many new features, it doesn’t support MXF still far. So if you want to use MXF footage in Premiere Elements 13, 12, 11 smoothly, you need to encode MXF to Premiere Elements editable file type. Here, MXF Video Converter is a best choice for your MXF files conversion. This MXF to Premiere Elements converter is a high-quality, high-performance video converter, it is much more than a converter, we also can edit , enhance, and watch videos with it. Below is a detailed step on how to convert MXF to MP4 with H.264 codec for editing in Premiere Elements. Just follow it, you can edit all your MXF footage in Premiere Elements.
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How to convert MXF to Premiere Elements supported formats?

Step1: load the MXF recordings to MXF Video Converter.
Install and launch the video converter, then two options provided to get started: Drag MXF footage to the converter directly, or you can click “Add files” button to import the MXF files.
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Step2: Choose best output format for Premiere Elements

Click “Format” options to select the best format. It is recommended to choose Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas >MOV (AVC)(*.mov) or “Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas>>MPEG-2 (*.mpg)” for best output format.
Tips: You can click “Editing” button to do some video editing. For example, If you want your MXF videos with some subtitle on it, you can click “Subtitle” button to add your wanted subtitle in. What’s more, if you want a fragment of the video exactly you can click “Trim” options to get the best quality you want.
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Step3: Start MXF to Premiere Elements conversion
Now, you can click “Convert” button for converting MXF footage to Premiere Elements best editable formats.

Once the conversion is completed, you can click ”open” to find out the converted files then import the output files to Premiere Elements 13, 12, 11 for further editing smoothly.

October 21, 2015 This post was written by Categories: MXF Video Converter for MacMXF Video Converter for Windows Tagged with:
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