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Edit Canon MXF videos natively in Avid Media Composer

Tue Jul 31, 2012 8:52 pm by vivian058

Rewrap Canon MXF files natively for Avid Media Composer

Summary: This guide shows how to transcode Canon MXF files natively for use in Avid Media Composer with best MXF to Avid converter.

"I have a Canon XF camcorder, its recordings are in MXF format, now I want to import Canon MXF files to Avid Media Composer for editing, I want to keep the original data of the MXF footage, is there a good way to transcode/rewrap Canon MXF files natively for Avid Media Composer?"


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Problem "Error Compiling Movie" for exporting MXF files from Canon XF to Adobe Premiere

Tue Jul 24, 2012 11:48 am by vivian058

Problem "Error Compiling Movie" for exporting MXF files from Canon XF to Adobe Premiere



Canon XF camcorder are very excellent, many professional users got this series camcorder to record vivid videos. Canon XF camcorder recorded video format is MXF, which is not easy to use, you may encounter many problems when dealing with this video format.

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Working with Panasonic Lumix HDC-TM90 AVCHD recordings in iMovie

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Working with Panasonic Lumix HDC-TM90 AVCHD recordings in iMovie

Post by tutubebe99 on Tue Mar 06, 2012 12:14 pm

Working with Panasonic Lumix HDC-TM90 AVCHD recordings in iMovie

iMovie '11 is designed to work with a wide range of digital video devices and formats, including tape-based and the tapeless camcorders that record to flash memory, a hard disk drive, or DVD media. However, the latest version of iMovie still does not support many AVCHD (.mts) files. As described by Apple support:

“Some camcorders can capture video footage in multiple formats. If your camcorder has captured video footage in more than one format (including MPEG-2, MPEG-4, or AVCHD), iMovie may only display one of the formats when accessing the footage from the Camera Import window.”

Importing AVCHD clips from AVCHD camcorders like Panasonic Lumix HDC-TM90 requires additional steps- converting/transcoding the AVCHD .mts file into iMovie supported Apple Intermediate codec. Follow the below guide to work with Panasonic Lumix HDC-TM90 AVCHD recordings in iMovie with AVCHD to iMovie Converter

1. Connect Panasonic HDC-TM90 Camcorder to Mac, and transfer HDC-TM90 AVCHD files that you want to deal with onto Mac HDD. The TM90 shootings could be saved as .mts or .mp4 files up to 1080/60p.

2. Get Mac MTS Converter($35) and install it to your computer. Or you may download trial version Mac MTS Converter for restricted use.

3. Run the Mac MTS Converter, click the “Add” button to browse and import HDC-TM90 .mts files.



4. Click the “Format” bar, choose “iMovie and Final Cut Express>Apple Intermediate Codec (*.mov)” as output video format with Pavtube HDC-TM90 to iMovie Converter

5. Click the “Convert” button and the MTS Converter will start converting HDC-TM90 AVCHD files to AIC .mov clips.

6. When the conversion completes, press “Open” to find encoded files. After Conversion, you can work with HDC-TM90 AVCHD recordings in iMovie natively.

About the Mac MTS Converter:

The software is a great choice for converting AVCHD videos to iMovie/Final Cut Express/Final Cut Pro editable formats. It works with Sony, Panasonic and Canon AVCHD .mts and .m2ts footage. There are various export format for users to choose from, including Apple’s ProRes 422 codec, Intermediate codec and QuickTime codec. It also lets users to convert AVCHD files into common video formats like AVI, MP4, WMV, MKV, MOV, M4V, etc.



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