Pavtube Video Converter for Mac is a professional conversion tool on Mac OS X, which can convert most videos to MP4, MKV,FLV, MP3, AAC, M4A, WAV, file with wonderful quality and fast speed. It has the powerful function including cropping and trimming videos, adding watermark, replacing auadio track, getting thumbnails from playing videos and so on. In addition, it supports ProRes, AIC, DVCPRO, DNxHD codecs for FCP and AMC editing software.
Q: Hi there, I just got this canon xf 300, which is a stellar camcorder by the way, the problem is that I can’t import the fine art produced by this camcorder to final cut pro, is there a solution to sort it out? I tried iMovie, no luck either. Is there any software that can convert the canon MXF videos to may be ProRes or AIC that can be imported to final cut pro?
Videos captured by canon xf profession series (canon xf100, canon xf300, canon xf305…) are in MXF format, the material exchange file format, which is currently not available for editing in final cut pro. The MXF videos need to be converted to ProRes or AIC before it can be edited in final cut pro. It can be accomplished with video converter software that contains the codec of both MXF and apple ProRes.
This is a step by step guide about how to convert canon MXF to ProRes for fcp on mac
Download canon MXF to ProRes converter for mac, the video converter is fast and versatile, handles every format smoothly we throw in during the test.
Now launch the software, import canon MXF videos.
Set output video format as apple ProRes, the MXF converter also sports some basic video editing features as crop, trim and spit.
Set output destination.
Convert canon MXF to ProRes for final cut pro on mac
Now the converted videos are available to be imported to the final cut pro. The work for MXF video converter is done, it’s time for your creativity to take over.