Convert Sony F5F/55 4K XAVC to QuickTime on Mac Mavericks

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Convert Sony F5F/55 4K XAVC to QuickTime on Mac Mavericks

Postby vivian68 » Fri Sep 06, 2013 6:21 am

Convert Sony F5F/55 4K XAVC to QuickTime on Mac OS X Mavericks

Description: Do you wanna enjoy your XAVC footage on QuickTime player? It is known that 4K XAVC footage is not compatible to QuickTime player. So you may need to transcode XAVC footage to MOV for QuickTime player. How to do it? Here you will find the way.

XAVC footage, which is usually shot by Sony PMW-F5 and Sony PMW F55, features 4k (4096 x 2160 and 3840 x 2160) resolution and employs MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video compression. Meanwhile, MXF wrapping format is used for videos. In this way, Sony PMW-F5 and Sony PMW F55 are favored by a large number of users especially the videographers.

Sometimes we shot some video for wedding, travel or education activities so as to watch them on media player like QuickTime. However, it is hard for a Mac user to play XAVC footage with QuickTime on Mac OS X Mavericks because XAVC is not so well compatible with QuickTime player.

Now how to play XAVC videos using QuickTime? Where there is a will, there is a way. We can count on a XAVC converter for help. Pavtube HD Converter for Mac can help to transcode XAVC footage to QuickTime MOV for playback. It supports to convert various videos formats to MOV for QuickTime playback or Final Cut Pro editing, or to other video formats for popular portable devices like iPad, iPhone, Galaxy S4 and more. And you are allowed cutting off unnecessary part of the video, adding watermark including text, image and video and attaching subtitle to output videos. All the powerful edit function will contribute to a better individual output video.

Let's go to see how it works. Download and install it before moving on.

Step 1. Load XAVC files.

Run the Best XAVC to QuickTime Converter. Click "Add video" to load xavc footage.

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Step 2. Select MOV for QuickTime.

Click "Format" menu to find "Common Video > MOV-QuickTime(*.mp4)" for playback on QuickTime player.

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Tip 1: "Settings" on the interface will allow you to adjust some video and audio settings for output files according to your need, such as bitrate, frame rate, channel, etc.

Tip 2: Click "Edit" icon, you will be brought to video editor, such as trim, crop, subtitle, etc.

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Worthy to point out that you can attach subtitle made by you or download form Internet. For example, you can add subtitles of the dialog to your recordings about travel, education activities, or wedding, etc. Free Subtitle Editor Software will help to create your own subtitles in .srt format, and then attach it to output video with Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac.

Go to "Subtitle" option and check "Enable", then load subtitles files and convert it to output videos.

Step 3. Convert XAVC to MOV.

Click "Convert" button to start conversion. When completed, click the "Open" button to find the generated MOV files for QuickTime player. Conversion won't take much time.

Besides playing XAVC with QuickTime, sometimes we would like to edit the XAVC recording videos on some popular editor like iMovie, Final Cut Pro, in order to share the video with friends or for some video match. Here you can learn How to transform Sony PMW-F55/F5 XAVC files to FCP, iMovie and FCE, Avid, Premiere Pro. Meanwhile, a windows user can find how to edit XAVC footage with Avid, Sony Vegas, Premiere, etc here.

Wanna enjoy various videos, DVDs or Blu-ray discs when you are out of home or watch them on mobile devices in travel? Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate and iMedia Converter for Mac will be a good friend for you. It is capable of ripping and converting 1080p HD Videos, DVD and Blu-ray to any video format you want for playing, sharing, burning, editing and so on. Just go to Pavtube Back to School Giveaway to get 20% discount for it now. Do no miss it.

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