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How to import Sony XDCAM MXF to FCP 7/X with Sony plugin?

Looking for a simple way to import the Sony XDCAM media to Final Cut Pro or other NLEs for editing after capturing digital videos with a Sony XDCAM camera? As we all know, FCP 7, FCP X cannot natively support for Sony XDCAM files. Therefore, is there any plugin or workflow provided to deal with …Continue reading

How to import and Edit Canon XC15 4K MXF Footage into FCP X with ProRes MOV?

A lot of users asked me why they can not import and edit Canon XC15 4K MXF Footage into FCP X freely. Why you can’t sccessfully ingest the recorded XF-AVC footage from Canon XC15 to Final Cut Pro X? Actually, the reason is simple. The XF-AVC is a new codec, which is not supported by …Continue reading

How to Import MXF files to Apple Final Cut Pro(X) with Apple ProRes MOV?

MXF (Material Exchange Format) sounded like it was a good idea when it was proposed as a standard for the creation and interchange of media between cameras, NLE’s and output devices. One big problem though, Final Cut Pro hates Long-GOP MXF footage which is highly compressed. The way round this is to convert MXF files …Continue reading

Import/Encode Canon C300 Mark II 4K MXF to Apple Prores MOV for FCP OS X El Capitan

The Canon C300 Mark II new range of XF-AVC H.264 codecs uses the MXF wrapper and is designed to be compatible with industry standard Non-linear Edit systems, makes integrating both 4K and 2K/Full HD footage into workflows effortlessly, while maintain the highest image quality. “I shoot footage on the Canon C300 Mark II. I would …Continue reading

How to Transfer/impport Canon C300 MXF to FCP/Quicktime for editing on Mac?

Canon C300 is a popular professional camcorder which released not long ago, you may have bought this camcorder for professional use, it can help us record vivid high-definition videos. Canon C300 recorded video files are in MXF format. MXF file is often used in Sony, Panasonic and canon high-end cameras and camcorders, it is good …Continue reading

How to Edit Canon XC15 4K Footage with FCP X? – Convert MXF to Apple ProRes MOV

Thanks to its high-sensitivity one-inch CMOS sensor and DIGIC DV 5 image processing platform with high calculation-processing power, the new Canon XC15 is capable of capturing high-image quality and low-noise 4K UHD video. While, as far as I know, some Canon XC15 users have difficulties importing Canon XC15 4K Footage into FCP X for editing. …Continue reading

Simply Edit Canon XF205 MXF files in FCP 7/X -Import MXF to Final Cut Pro 7/X

Facing problems while transferring MXF movies from Canon XF205 camcorder to Final Cut Pro? This post explains how to transcode Canonn XF205 MXF to FCP for editing. “Hi, I wanna know is there anyone here can help me out? I need to edit MXF videos into FCP X. However, the issue was that the videos …Continue reading

Why Import mxf files (Canon C300) into FCP7 with a result of only the first 30 seconds of the file?

I have a bunch of files from a shoot on a hard drive from various cameras. The Canon C300 files when I import (literally import option) to either After Effects CS6 or Final Cut Pro 7 will only display a 30sec clip when I know the clip is longer than this eg 1m17. I have …Continue reading

How to convert Panasonic AJ-HPX2700 camcorder mxf video to mov on Mac for editing?

The AJ-HPX2700 P2 Varicam is a full-raster native 720p camcorder that features a simple and proven workflow. The camera is extremely rugged and produces near-D5-quality images at variable frame rates from 1fps to 60fps. Shooters can rely on the HPX2700 to produce startling pictures under a variety of conditions. Panasonic AJ-HPX2700 record .MXF videos format. …Continue reading

How to import mxf files to Final Cut Pro X without bug?

An update to FCPX brings native MXF import, editing and export along with bug . Why FCP X not importing MXF files?It is well know that MMXF is a container file format, it can hold various different video codecs like DV, HDV, DNxHD, Prores, DVCPRO, MPEG-4, H.264, etc. After searching for Final Cut Pro X …Continue reading

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