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Best way to import Canon C500 MXF Footages to Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

Canon EOS C500 Full HD 1920×1080 resolution and 50 Mbps MPEG-2 XF codec , is a container format and can hold almost all knid of video and audio codecs. If you get a error message, saying that the importer reported a generic error while you import MXF footages to Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, the great editing software which is supposed to support the MXF files, the problem should lie in that your MXF files are not the ones that can be recognized by Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. As reported, almost all the camera generated MXF files are editable in the latest CS6. The way you get the MXF recordings makes them different from the originals, like the one quoted here:

“I can’t import any mxf file into Premiere CS6. While importing, always got the error message. I tried everything and had to intall Canopus.HQ.CODEC.v6.0.7 but nothing changes. I don’t understand why I can edit my Canon EOS C500 MXF files in CS6 but the file from my colleague seems not to be importable. Have I lost some important metadata?”
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Up to now, Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 seems to work fine if you import your MXF footages directly from cameras, but if you have already copied MXF recordings to your HDD or you download them from somewhere, the importing error may jump out. If you accidentally meet with the problem, the best solution is to convert MXF to MPEG-2, the format which is proved to be the most compatible one with all the Adobe products, including Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. The most important part is how to find out the best MXF Converter among so many options on Google and Bing.

Here recommend the most professional MXF Converter for Adobe Premiere CS6, applying which you can get your MXF converted with lossless video quality at about 5X faster speed than other converters, thanks to its support for the NVIDIA CUDA & AMD APP(ATI Stream) acceleration technologies. Besides, the MXF Converter is also designed with some useful functions, including joining imported clips together for easy importing, trimming section of your file, adding text/image/video watermarks to your original files, deinterlacing 1080i files, replacing audio tracks, etc. Thus, it is highly recommended on many forums.

Guide: How to transcode Canon C500 MXF footages to MEPG-2 for importing to Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 on Windows.

Step 1: Free download the MXF to Premiere Pro CS6 Converter and install it on your PC. Run it and import your MXF files into the MXF Converter.

Step 2: Hit the Format box and select Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas –> MPEG-2(*.mpg) as output format and then set the output destination as you want. You also can choose WMV (VC-1) (*.wmv) as output.
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Step 3: Adjust video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video and Audio, the Codec of Video and Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc., in the Profile Settings to get MXF files converted with original quality. Our recommedation of the settings is shown on the screen shot.

Step 4: Click the “Convert” button to start converting MXF footages for importing to Premiere Pro CS6 with original quality.

After the MXF to MPEG-2 conversion, you can import and edit your recordings in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 without any incompatibility problem. Besides the capability of making MXF work with Premiere Pro, including Premiere Pro CS3/CS4/CS5/CS5.5/CS6, the versatile MXF Converter can also convert MXF files for importing to Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Elements, Sony Vegas, Avid Media Composer, Windows Movie Maker, Magix Movie Edit Pro, etc.

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June 14, 2013 This post was written by Categories: Convert MXF to Adobe Premiere CS 6MXF Video Converter for Windows Tagged with:
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