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Canon XF Plugin for FCP: Canon XF100/XF105/XF300/XF305/C300/C500C700 to FCP 6/7/X

Every time a new camera comes out, some people are afraid to buy it because they’re afraid of the new questions about workflow, Canon XF to Final Cut Pro, for example. To allay your fears, in this article, we share the Canon XF Plguin for FCP 6, 7 and Canon XF Plugin for Final Cut …Continue reading

How to Convert Canon C300 II 4K/HD MXF to Apple ProRes MOV Codec for Final Cut Pro X/7?

Canon C300 Mark ii 4K/HD XF-AVC MXF file is usually hard to deal with during video editing. Want to convert C300 II MXF to ProRes for smooth editing in FCP X, FCP 7? Download the best MXF to ProRes here (macOS Sierra and Windows 10 supported). Users who want to edit Canon C300 MK II …Continue reading

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Best MXF to ProRes MOV Converter for importing MXF to Final Cut Pro X/7/6 on Mac OS Sierra

This guide will show you how to convert Avid MXF, Panasonic P2 MXF, Sony MXF, Canon XF-AVC MXF to Apple ProRes 422/ProRes 4444 for further editing on FCP 6/7/X(macOS Sierra and El Capitan included). What is the best solution for editing all kinds of MXF footage in Final Cut Pro? This is a frequently asked …Continue reading

Why FCP X can’t import Canon C300 mxf video files? How to edit MXF in Final Cut Pro?

The Canon EOS C300 Cinema EOS Camcorder Body (EF Lens Mount) takes what professionals love about DSLR filmmaking – access to a vast selection of widely available lenses, a large sensor that facilitates a shallow depth of field, and portable operation with a modular, compact camera – and addresses its shortcomings. Moreover, the files’ MXF …Continue reading

Best MXF Video Converter – MXF & FCP X Workflow: Help Importing MXF into FCP X

The MXF container is not so widely accepted as MP4, QuickTime MOV, and M4V format, it is a self-contained format which is unacceptable to many editing software like Sony Vegas, Avid DNxHD, Adobe Premiere,etc. Though professional editing software like Final Cut Pro X support a range of MXF footage, but not all of them. There …Continue reading

Best MXF to FCP Converter – Natively Importing MXF files to Apple Final Cut Pro(X)

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

No rendering import MXF to Final Cut Pro 5/6/7/x for editing – Transcode MXF to Apple ProRes 422 MOV

Life is not so simple we find more friendliness while handling MXF files. MXF or Material Exchange Format was the good idea when planned as a customary for creation and transaction of media between cameras. Some professional HD camcorder records video in MXF file format which is uneditable on any video editor software’s such as …Continue reading

Best video codec to import Canon C300 MXF Media into Final Cut Pro 7/X without Canon XF Plugin

The Canon C300 camera is a dream to shoot with and hold. It’s a very natural progression from any one of Canon’s digital SLRs, and holds its own against all of the other manufacturers, especially with the low-light performance. However, with every camera, comes many questions about workflow. The term ‘workflow’ can be fairly broad, …Continue reading

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How to Transocde/Import Ikegami HDS-V10 MXF to Apple ProRes 422 MOV for FCP 6/7/x

Summary: If you are looking for a solution to convert MXF file shot on Ikegami HDS-V10 on Mac for editing in Final Cut Pro, this article is worthy reading. It presents the detailed steps required to transcode Ikegami HDS-V10 MXF to ProRes for use in FCP version 6, 7 and FCP X. The HDS-V10 employs …Continue reading

How to Transocde/Import Phantom Flex camera MXF to FCP, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid on Mac?

Being a high-speed digital camera, the Phantom Flex camera is capable of shooting from 5 frames-per-second (fps) to over 10,750 fps, recording in a wide variety of file formats, ranging from Cine, Cine Compressed, Cine RAW, AVI, h.264 mp4, to Apple ProRes .mov, Multipage TIFF, MXF PAL, MXF NTSC, Uncompressed QuickTime, and Windows BMP, OS/2 …Continue reading

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