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Converting Sony MXF to ProRes to Final Cut Pro 6/7/X

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cheney0808


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Final Cut Pro is almost the most popular video editing software at present. More and more video enthusiasts, editors, and even film makers prefer Final Cut Pro out of its powerful performance and compatibility. It supports a great number of simultaneously composited video tracks, unlimited audio tracks and multi-camera editing for combining video, as well as standard ripple, roll, slip, slide, scrub, razor blade and time remapping edit functions and so on.

Although Final Cut Pro has countless well-known formidable functions, it is also “nitpicking” to importing formats of videos. For example, as we all know, most camcorders output MXF files, but it is not allowed to directly edit MXF in Final Cut Pro. Before the postproduction, I should convert Sony MXF to ProRes for Final Cut Pro. Here I would recommend you a piece of fantastic converter which I have used for one year without making any mistakes – Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac.



Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac perfectly converts MXF files with 2, 4, 8 or more audio channels to MP4, AVI, MKV, MOV, ProRes. You don’t need to worry about the loss of the sounds any more! Besides the conversion of Multi-track MXF videos, you may also convert MXF files to MKV, MP4, MOV, AVI, WMA, SWF etc for Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Premiere and countless programs and device!

Step one. Get Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac installed and load your files to the computer.

Step two. Add or Drag AVCHD files to the interface.
You can add or drag the file or the folder directly to it without worrying about it can’t recognize MXF files.



Step three. Select Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)

There are many other formats also compatible to FCP. If you want more, you just need to follow the instructions to select them.

Step four. Adjust the “setting” to finish your specific selections.



I want to turn the frame rate to 50. This function perfectly satisfied me! Even the unskilled person like me can operate it very easily.

Step five. Click the “yellow arrow” icon to start converting Sony MXF to ProRes to Final Cut Pro 6/7/X.

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