Transcode Canon XF100 MXF video to FCP, import Canon XF100 video into FCP

Canon XF100 shoot videos in .mxf format. This format can’t be supported by FCP. How to import Canon XF100 video into FCP? Well, in order to edit Canon XF100 footage in Final cut Pro natively, we’d better transcode MXF to the best video format/codec for FCP. So you are suggested to convert XF100 MXF to AppleProRes, which is really supported well by FCP for editing with quality lossless.

What do you need is a professional XF100 to FCP converter. Aovsoft HD Video Converter is a good choice. Try this one and you will find it’s quite easy to transcode XF100 MXF files for FCP. The interface of it is designed rather user-friendly, just one look, you will know how it works. Below is a short guide telling you how to convert or compress Canon XF100 recorded mxf files to Final Cut Pro liked video format.

Step 1. Install and launch the XF100 MXF to AppleProRes converter. Add your MXF files that you want to convert into this program.

Step 2. Set output format for the conversion. Click on “Format > FCP > Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (*.mov)”. Since MOV videos are friendly with Pinnacle Studio. Finally, click the file icon beside output bar, and choose a destination folder for saving output files.

Step 3. Click “Convert” button to start converting Canon XF100 MXF files to FCP Apple ProRes 422. Then you could click “Open” button to find the converted MOV video in destination folder. In this way Canon MXF footages can be successfully loaded to FCP for editing and authoring.

Note:

If you want to combine Multiple Canon XF100 clips into one single file. Just check the “Merge into one file” option.

By using such a Canon XF100 MXF to MOV converter, you can easily import and edit Canon XF100 shootings in FCP. If you want to learn more information about your Canon camera, you may visit Aovsoft HD Video Converter for Mac to have a look.

 


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