Convert Normal MXF Files to ProRes for FCP with Mac MXF to P

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Convert Normal MXF Files to ProRes for FCP with Mac MXF to P

Postby ame001 » Wed Jul 24, 2013 8:26 am

MXF File to ProRes for FCP

ProRes is not a video format used for practical or end-user viewing, it is just a line of intermediate codec, and we can classify it as a lossy video compression format. The ProRes is developed by Apple and it is intended for use during video editing. Compared with other uncompressed video and end-user codecs ProRes requires much less expensive disk systems and retains higher quality. If you want to edit videos with FCP, Prores is a pretty good choice.

As we know, many popular video cameras generate MXF files, but MXF is not compatible with FCP, so if you need to edit MXF files with FCP, the video format has to be changed. Just as the introduction about ProRes above, people can convert MXF to ProRes for FCP. And if you do so, there is no doubt that the post production will satisfy you.

The Mac MXF to ProRes 422 Converter is a professional MXF converter just designed for use of converting MXF files to PreRes. This MXF to ProRes Converter for Mac is very easy to use, just spend few minutes on it, then people can handle it very well. And also this Mac MXF to ProRes 422 Converter can convert MXF files to ProRes in a very short time.

With the help of Mac MXF to ProRes 422 Converter, people can freely convert any MXF files to ProRes and edit ProRes videos with FCP. After editing ProRes files with FCP, the post production will never make you down.

http://www.anymediaeditor.com/convert-m ... prores.php


Step by step guide to help you convert mxf file to ProRes for Final Cut Pro

Step 1:Add mxf file into Mac MXF to ProRes Converter
Install and run Mac MXF to ProRes Converter, select the mxf files and add them into MXF to ProRes Converter for Mac.
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Step 2:Set Output format: .mov.
Set output format that you need, here choose Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (*.mov).

Step 3:Start Conversion
Click the "Convert" button to convert mxf file to ProRes .mov, just a few minutes, you can finish the conversion.

Step 4:Import mxf files into FCP
Run Final Cut Pro App, and import the conversion video into your FCP for editing directly.

http://www.anymediaeditor.com/convert-m ... prores.php
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