Are you a video shooting lover? If you are, you must know Panasonic AJ-HPX 300 which shots videos in MXF format. As a HD video format, MXF has become the restore format of many professional camcorders. Then, how to load AJ-HPX 300 MXF videos to FCP X for further editing?
When FCP (Final Cut Pro) has updated to the newest version, some people think that it is possible to put MXF videos to FCP X editing. However, it proves that we can not edit 1080p MXF in FCP X directly. Furthermore, even if we can import MXF videos to FCP X, it will take much time from rendering MXF to be more compatible with FCP X.
Is there any solution to turn MXF to FCP X compatible format and makes it more convenient to import Panasonic AJ-HPX 300 MXF videos to FCP X? Yes, you can try Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac which is said to be the best Mac MXF transfer tool for MXF camcorder users to transcode Panasonic MXF to ProRes for editing in FCP X.
Below are simple steps for converting MXF videos to ProRes 422. Please download this Panasonic MXF Mac video converter and launch it after installing it to your Mac.
To start the conversion, you need to import MXF files to the program and then you can deal with the imported files. Click the Add button and browse to add MXF files in you Mac hard drive to the program.
The second step is set the output format for MXF videos on the file list. You can click the format bar and you will find an option menu on the interface. Find Final Cut Pro option, and click to choose Apple ProRes 422 (*.MOV) as output format.
At last, you should click the convert button and the Mac MXF to ProRes converter will start the conversion from MXF to ProRes 422 MOV. And with this P2 Mac MXF converter, you need not wait long time before the conversion finished. After the conversion, you will get the FCP X compatible ProRes videos, and with them, you can freely import P2 MXF to FCP X without any rendering.
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