Summary: If you have read this paper carefully, you must know how to work MXF files smoothly with FCP X for a nice dispose. Cause this explained some more methods of editing Sony PMW-300K1 raw MXF videos in FCP X. So are you interested in?
Have you ever met the similar questions like below: ‘Hi, I am using a FCP 7 Studio. I recently bought a Sony PMW 300K1 camcorder. The MXF files coming out of this camera are not recognized by FCP 7. Is there a way to handle this without converting the files? Is it possible to edit MXF files on FCP X directly?’ Due to the popularity of this Sony HD camcorder among professional videographers. So it is necessary to handle the skills of converting MXF to other suitable ones.
Now let’s go to the main topic, how to get the Sony MXF files accepted by FCP X. In order to edit Sony PMW-300K1 files in FCP X with Apple ProRes codec, you will need a Sony PMW-300K1 to FCP X converter to do the conversion, here we recommend you Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac, this software can convert your Sony PMW-300K1 MXF files perfectly, besides MXF format, it can also convert AVCHD, MTS, M2TS, MOV, AVI, MKV, WMV, FLV, VOB, etc. formats to any format you need. Now please follow the easy steps below to use this program.
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Download Mac MXF to FCP X converter from our website and install it on your Mac computer. Besides Mac version, this software also has Windows version which can help you to convert Sony PMW-300K1 MXF files on Windows PC. ‘Add video’ button on the main interface can help you load your files in. After you loaded the videos, please click ‘format’ bar to select ‘Final Cut Pro’>>’Apple ProRes Codec 422 (*.mov)’ format for output, this is native format for FCP X.
If necessary, click “Settings” to set audio and video parameters like video codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, sample rate, audio channels as you like.
Finally, remember that it is not the MXF converter only for FCP, for other editing software like iMovie, FCE, Avid, etc. It can work well too. Click the red button ‘Convert’ and with a short waiting, we can get what we want!