Convert Canon MXF to iMovie
Are you currently also baffled through the problem? And check out to find away out out? In traditional way, the .mxf can not be found, when directly import Canon XF300 1080i to FCP X, for that MXF data format is not natively based on Final Cut Professional X. Worse enough, canon's XF Plug-in sometimes will not work, climax stated to create XF100, XF105, XF300 and XF305 footages import in to the Final Cut Professional.
Within the situation, you might want to render to a 3rd party of MXF video conversion program-MXF Ripper tools for Mac can certainly convert any .mxf file from Canon XF300, XF305, XF100, etc to Final Cut Professional x-supported data format. The MOV data format with Apple ProRes 422 codec could be optimal data format for FCP X and to [url=ht*p://www.iorgsoft.com/how-to/convert-canon-xf-mxf-to-mov-imovie.html][b]import MXF to iMovie[/b][/url]. Furthermore, it may have wealthy presets for playback on versatile portable products along with other video programs.
it is a common isssue happens to Canon XF camcorder users for the iMovie just could not import MXF files directly, you need to [url=ht*p://www.iorgsoft.com/how-to/convert-canon-xf-mxf-to-mov-imovie.html][b]convert MXF to iMovie[/b][/url] supported formats such as MOV, MP4, DV, ect. To do the job , what you need is a Canon XF MXF to iMovie converter. iOrgsoft MXF to iMovie Converter is a good choice for you.
iOrgsoft AVCHD Converter for Mac or [url=ht*p://www.iorgsoft.com/article/mfx/mxf-converter-mac/][b]MXF Converter Mac[/b][/url] is a good choice for you to import Canon XF MXF to MOV for editing in iMovie. With it you can easily convert/import Canon C300 XF100 XF105 XF300 XF305 MXF to MOV iMovie freely. So how to convert MXF to iMovie editing? Please follow the guide below.
[b]Guide on how to convert Canon XF MXF to MOV iMovie[/b]
[b]Step 1: Download AVCHD Converter for Mac[/b]
Download and install iOrgsoft AVCHD Converter for Mac which is an excellent Canon XF MXF to iMovie converter for Mac , run it, to pop up the following main interface:
[b]Step 2:Load Canon MXF files.[/b]
After connected your Canon camcorder to Mac, click [b]Add File[/b] button to import MXF videos to the software. Select MOV as output format from the drop-down list of [b]Profile[/b]. Then set output path from the [b]Destination[/b] list.
[b]Set Output format[/b]
[b]Step 3: Setting[/b]
Hit [b]Settings[/b] to set audio and video parameters.[/b]
[b]Step 4: Convert MXF to iMovie MOV[/b]
After all settings are finished hit [b]Convert[/b] button to convert MXF to MOV for iMovie editing. After finish converting you can import the converted files to iMovie and to edit Canon XF MXF in iMovie
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