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How to import Hyperdeck Shuttle 2 DNxHD MXF Files to Final Cut Pro for reading/editing on Mac?

Blackmagic Design’s Hyperdeck Shuttle 2, a tiny video recorder allows you to go anywhere and record anywhere, can record uncompressed QuickTime and compressed Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) or Avid DNxHD MXF file formats, which can work right and normally in Avid systems. When importing Hyperdeck Shuttle 2 DNxHD MXF files into FCP, a DNxHD codec …Continue reading

Rewrap/Transcode DNxHD MXF files to Apple ProRes 422 MOV for Final Cut Pro X/7

If you want to rewrap Avid DNxHD encoded MXF videos to ProRes MOV to editing in FCP on Mac, this step-by-step guide will help you out in details, and show you the way to finish this within a few click. Question: “How can I rewrap DNxHD MXF files into MOV files on a Mac to …Continue reading

How to import DNxHD MXF OP1a files from Adobe Premiere CC to DaVinci Resolve on Windows & Mac?

Resolve lite mac seems to be currently unable to recognize the DNxHD MXF OP1a files created by the brand new Adobe CC suite. I tried every flavor of DNxHD offered inside Adobe apps, none of them shows up inside Resolve. Wether they were created with Premiere Pro or Adobe Media Encoder doesn’t make a difference. …Continue reading

Convert Blackmagic Design HyperDeck Studio MXF DNxHD to Final Cut Pro X

The Blackmagic Design HyperDeck Studio Pro creates files that are perfect for any broadcast and post production workflow! HyperDeck Studio’s uncompressed video files are recorded in QuickTime format to provide universal compatibility with leading video software. Both HyperDeck Studio models also support Apple ProRes and Avid DNxHD industry standard file compression so you can record …Continue reading

MXF to ProRes MOV Converter – Blackmagic Design HyperDeck Studio Pro MXF(DNxHD) to ProRes

The Blackmagic Design HyperDeck Studio Pro is a file-based deck that records uncompressed in QuickTime and compressed in ProRes and DNxHD, storing the files onto two 2.5″ SSDs. Two SSD slots are available and allow continuous recording–the second disk automatically begins recording when the first becomes full. The disks can afterwards be hooked up to …Continue reading

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