How to import XAVC MXF Files to iMovie on Mac OS?
The XAVC MXF format may not be familiar for new users of High Definition camcorder s such as Sony F55 or F5 etc. New Sony 4K camcorders can record videos in XAVC MXF format which is designed to streamline workflows between different platforms, such as cameras, digital editing equipment, and servers. It becomes more and more popular as the common use of the High Definition Camcorder. However, it is not a piece of cake if you want to edit the XAVC MXF videos in iMovie because most of the video editing tools and media players don’t recognize XAVC MXF files at all.
To import XAVC MXF to iMovie for editing, the best solution so far we have searched is to convert XAVC MXF to iMovie support formats such as MOV or MP4. Then import the converted XAVC MXF video files to iMovie for editing. Here we are going to introduce a great Mac XAVC MXF Converter for user to convert XAVC MXF to iMovie. The XAVC MXF Video Converter for Mac can also used as a XAVC MXF video Editor and Audio Extractor due to its powerful editing and converting functions.
Download the XAVC MXF Video Converter for Mac and have a try.
Step 1. Add XAVC MXF video to program
Free download, install and run Mac XAVC MXF to iMovie converter, then click “Add Video” button to select your XAVC MXF files that need to be converted from the “file type” list in the pop-up window. You can use it as MXF Player also.
Step 2. Select the output format .MOV
Click the “Profile” drop-down list to select the output video formats, here you can choose Apple ProRes.
Step 3. Edit the video effect (Optional)
This software also provides some basic video editing features. Select the video want to edit and click the “Edit” button to open the editing panel. You can trim video length, crop video frame, and adjust video brightness/saturation/contrast, and so on.
Step 4. Convert XAVC MXF to .MOV
When you get ready to convert the added XAVC MXF videos on Mac, Click the “Convert” button to start conversion. A few minutes later will finish the conversion. Then you can import the converted XAVC MXF video to iMovie for further editing directly.