10%-off MXF Converter for Mac to Canon C300 Users

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10%-off MXF Converter for Mac to Canon C300 Users

Postby lucy198754 » Tue Jun 12, 2012 10:10 am


What have you prepared as a gift for your father? Have you ever considered a professional camcorder for him, who happends to be a photographer or videographer, to record his unforgettable memories or amazing journeys? If you have thought of it, Canon EOS C300, one of the most hotly received MXF camcoerder, should be your best choice. With its unique Super 35mm Canon CMOS sensor, revolutionary Canon DIGIC DV III Image Processor and 50 Mbps 4:2:2 codec, claimed to be compatible with popular NLEs, the EOS C300 provides outstanding cinema quality movie capture and makes it easier to edit 1080i MXF files in Final Cut Pro, or other editing tools, on Mac OS X.

But, as many C300 users complaint on Canon and apple forums, when trying to put Canon C300's MXF recordings to FCP 7, they find their .mxf files grey out, although they tried to import them via XF Ultilities, provided with the EOS C300 by Canon. How to successfully copy EOS C300 MXF footages to FCP 7 is also a problem that you have to solve for your father. After a brief research, you may get that the MXF is not the natively supported video format by FCP, including FCP 6/7 and FCP X, but the Apple PreRes is. No matther how you get MXF shootages into FCP, via L&T or XF Ultilities, there is always a MXF to ProRes conversion before your editing. Since the included converting tool or plug-in can not finish its work, why not find a better MXF to ProRes Converter?

Here recommended Brorsoft MXF to FCP Converter for Mac to you. Besides, it now offers a 10%-off discount on MXF Converter for Mac in order to celebrate the coming Father's Day. With the best MXF to ProRes converter, you can convert EOS C300 MXF recordings to Apple ProRes for FCP. In addtion, you can deinterlace the 1080i mxf to get a smooth playback, combine clips into one for easy transferring, add text/image/video to original files and replace audio tracks if you need.

The brief steps for deinterlacing, converting and importing Canon EOS C300 1080i MXF to FCP 7 on Mac OS X.

Step 1: Free download the MXF to FCP 7 Converer, launch and add your 1080i MXF files to it;


Step 2: Set Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) as output if you intend to get a high-definition converted files. You can find the FCP compatible video fomat by clicking the Format Box shown on the screenshot.


Step 3: Cutomize the parameteres of audio and video if you have special needs. Otherwise, you can skip this step since the default settings, including the default deinterlace option, are suitable for most users.

Step 4: Click the button for "Convert" and start to convert your 1080i MXF files to ProRes for editing in Final Cut Pro 7.

Tricks and tips for the Pro MXF Converter users:

1. If you want to combine your clips into one, please tick the box "Merge into one";
2. The converter is specially designed with five Apple ProRes Codecs, including ProRes 422(HQ), ProRes 422 for HD enjoyment and ProRes 422(LT), ProRes 422(Proxy), ProRes 4444 for those who are eager for SD files with smaller size.
3. The reduce of video size, such as from 1920*1080 to 1440*1080, can give you a converted file with relatively smaller size.
4. Split on the mian interface can give you the file with certain time length or file size if you want to upload your files to website.

Hope the professional and easy-to-use MXF Converter for Mac can save you and your father out of the problem of transferring Canon EOS C300 1080i MXF files to FCP and the discount for Father's Day will make you happy. If you also interested in putting videos and DVD/BD movies on your tablet, you can go to Brorsoft's Promotion Products on Father's Day Activity Page to get more discounted products you need.

Useful Guide:

Deinterlace and Convert Canon C300 1080i MXF files to ProRes for FCP 7
Edit Canon EOS C300 MXF in FCP 6/7 with Best Video Quality
How to Put Canon EOS C300 MXF Files in FCP X with Original Quality
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