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Canon XF Series HD Camcorders capture videos in MXF format. MXF is a Multimedia format used by digital audio and video programs; contains captured audio and video data as well as metadata that describes the media stored in the file.
Regretfully, MXF files are yet to be natively supported by iMovie, if you want to edit the video clips captured with your canon XF100 or canon XF300 camcorders, it is best to convert MXF files to MOV or AIC files first.
This is a step by step guide about how to convert canon XF100 video to iMovie for editing.
First download canon XF to iMovie converter for mac, the software supports to convert MXF files to iMovie supported video format, as to what kind of video format is the best for editing for iMovie, apple intermediate codec (AIC) is recommended.
Launch canon XF to iMovie converter mac and import the MXF videos. Batch conversion is supported so you can add multiple video clips to the converter.
Click to open the profile drop-down list and set iMovie (AIC) as output video format.
The video converter also supports some basic video editing works such as cropping or trimming the video clips.
Now convert canon XF100 video to AIC for editing in iMovie.
The software also supports the other models of canon XF series HD camcorders, including canon XF105, canon XF305, canon XF300 and canon XF100.