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Transform Panasonic format to correctly edit in Premier Pro

Postby Azurehawk1 » Fri Dec 28, 2012 2:35 am

Transform Panasonic format to correctly edit in Premier Pro on Mac
The Panasonic AG-HVX200 is a P2-based professional camcorder. It builds on the overwhelming success of the original AG-HVX200, with the addition of some much sought-after revisions. The most important new feature is an updated sensor, which yields higher sensitivity, creating less noise in low-light situations. With its compact and feature-rich frame, the AG-HVX200 will never disappoint. The unit is compatible with DVCPRO HD, DVCPRO50, DVCPRO25 and consumer DV recording standards.

However, the recoded HD .nxf videos from the HVX200 may have lead many Mac users to te incompatible trouble about the old Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 and CS4. Are you meeting the similar problem? How can I correctly get those MXF files to Premier Pro for the edit? To help all guys to easily solve the trouble, I advice you to use a top third party to convert these mxf files to a usable or native format, thus you can avoid the unsupported errors and get the smooth editing with your PPro.

Guide: Transform Panasonic HVX200 MXF movie to Adobe’s video format step by step.



Step 1: Launch the MXF Converter for Mac

Download and install the Mac MXF to Adobe Premiere Pro Converter for the free trial. Double click the quick launch icon to start the program and ingest HVX200 recorded P2 MXF files into it.

Step 2. Choose the MOV as output format

At the bottom of the main interface, click the “Format” drop-down button to select the best output format from the “Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas” menu.

Tip: Choose WMV to get a smaller file; MOV is also playable for other Mac softwares.



Step 3 (optional). Define the best video/audio settings

If the default settings do not fit your requirement, you can click “Settings” button and enter “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channels as you need.



Step 4. Start the fast MXF to MOV conversion

When the above things are ready, pls click “convert button” to change Panasonic AG-HVX200 recorded MXF video to Adobe MOV format.

PS: Before the conversion, open the Edit window with clicking “Edit” button, you are allowed to crop the recordings frame to remove the unwanted edges, add text/image watermark, and adjust the video effect to get the perfect visual effect.

In fact, the program also can be used to transcode any MXF to other video formats like ProRes, AIC, MPEG-2, MP4, AVI, ect file formats as you need. Pls link to Brorsoft MXF Converter for learning more.

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