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How to Convert XC10 4K MXF on QuickTime?

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1 How to Convert XC10 4K MXF on QuickTime? on Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:12 am

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Good Advice on Playing XC10 4K MXF on QuickTime

Summary: What's the best workflow between XC10 4K MXF and QuickTime? If you are looking for an answer to this question, you may wish to read this post. It displays how to convert XC10 4K MXF, so as to play 4K MXF on QuickTime fluently without a glitch.

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Canon has announced the XC10, a new camcorder with 4K internal video recording, which is aimed at beginners and semi-professionals who would want to upgrade to shooting 4K video without spending the big bucks for it. If you are looking for a smooth workflow between XC10 4K MXF and QuickTime, you are in the right place. Move on and see how to play 4K MXF on QuickTime nicely.

Searching information online, the XC10 uses Canon's new XF-AVC codec to record video files and package them in an MXF wrapper. MXF, which stands for Material Exchange Format, supports a number of different streams of coded "essence", encoded in any of a variety of video and audio compression formats, together with a metadata wrapper which describes the material contained within the MXF file.

MXF has been designed to address a number of problems with non-professional formats. It's definitely incompatible with QuickTime for the supported video formats described on QuickTime official website. So, how could be if we convert XC10 4K MXF to QuickTime supported one? "I tried several converters, but couldn't find one that could do what I wanted with good quality. Some of them produced files with terrible image, and others converted the audio a few frames behind the video no matter what settings I tried." Here, you can depend on ________Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac________, which is an all-in-one MXF Converter.


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How to play XC10 4K MXF on QuickTime?

Step 1: Backup your 4K MXF videos from XC10 to hard drive. Install and launch MXF Converter for Mac. Drag and drop 4K MXF files to the software. You can import multiple files at once thanks to "Add from folder" button.


Step 2: Click the drop-down list in the format line to get the format box. Then choose "Common Video>>MOV-QuickTime (*.mov)" as output format for playing on QuickTime on Mac Yosemite.

Step 3: Do some simple edit work.
De-interlace: By default the 4K MXF Converter for Mac will apply de-interlacing facility to some clips that are interlaced. Just click "Edit" to enter the video editor, switch to "Effect" tab, and check the "Deinterlacing" box.

Trim: Basically, video hosting sites restrict video clips to be in certain file size and length. For example, YouTube stated that "videos can be up to 2GB in size and 10 minutes long". You can trim the video to desired length with this 4K MXF Converter for Mac. Simply click "Edit" menu>>"Trim" tab and set start and end time point.

Merge: To join multiple videos together, just select them in file list, and tick off the checkbox "Merge into one file" on the main interface.

Step 4: You can preview to check the final result. Once you are satisfied with it, click the "Convert" button to start converting XC10 4K MXF for playing on QuickTime. It will take you a little while.

Conclusion: Once the conversion process shows in 100%, click "Open" to get the output videos. Now, you can play XC10 4K MXF on QuickTime flawlessly.

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Source: http://cameraworld.skyrock.com/3248942986-How-to-Play-XC10-4K-MXF-on-QuickTime.html

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