How to import Panasonic/Canon Camcorder MXF file on FCP?

MXF recordingsare commonly shot by Panasonic and Canon high-end camcorders, for example theultra-mobile P2 HD handheld camcorder Panasonic AG-HPX170. The MXFformat is not an acceptable format for most media players and editing software.If you want to edit theMXF records with FCP (Final Cut Pro) shot by Panasonic AG-HPX170, AunsoftVideo Counter would be a great help. Aunsoft Video Counter can convert PanasonicMXF to MOV video which could be edited by FCP. Here are some quicksteps.

Step 1: Freedownload trial version or buy Video Converter form Aunsoft website, install andlaunch the software. Mac Users visit: www.aunsoft.com/video-converter-mac and Windows Users visit: www.aunsoft.com/video-converter.Once you run it, click “Add Video” or”Add from folder” button to load the MXF files you’d like to convert.You can preview the videos after the videos have been loaded.

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Step 2: Select MOV as output format for playing and editing. Click on“Format”, and select output format from the drop-down list. Choose Avid MediaComposer and then choose Avid DNxHD 1080P (*. MOV) as output format tomaintain HD quality.
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Step 3: You can customize the parameters based on your personal requirementssuch as size, bitrate and other data by click on “setting”. If you want tomerge several videos into one file, just click on the block highlighted below. Thenclick “Output” to choose the output file folder.

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Step 4: Start converting MXF to MOV video format. With AunsoftVideo Converter After the above steps are done, click “Start Conversion”button to convert MXF to MOV formats. Afterconversion you can click “Open” button to get the converted MOV files for playingor editing. Thus, the converted MOV files could be edited by Final Cut Pro.

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