Generally speaking, due to the video format limitation, it is usually a little hard for us to work MXF files in some popular editing apps such as the typical one, Adobe After Effects CC. If you have related experience as below, welcome to offer some advice for other friends.
‘Every time I import XDCAM-Files from my PDW-F800 (1080i, XDCAM 422 High, 8 Mono Channels, 48 KHz, 24 Bits) the last 3 seconds in every clip have a looped audio in Premiere pro CC. The files are not corrupted with this loop, because if I play the same files in VLC Player, the audio at the end is correct. Must be a problem within the import.’
Absolutely right! How to import Sony F800 XDCAM MXF files in Adobe for a further dispose? As mentioned above, with the different codec limitation, we may find a MXF to After Effects CC Converter for Mac as a good assistant, which can handle this job with a satisfied result.
Connect your Sony F800 XDCAM MXF Camcorder to iMac with USB 2.0 cable or use card reader to transfer the Sony F800 XDCAM MXF files to Apple hard drive disk. Run Sony F800 XDCAM MXF Video Converter for Mac and click the “Add Video” button to load MXF videos. This program can convert Sony F800 XDCAM MXF export lossless compression video/audio compatible with Adobe Premiere Pro on Mac. Drop down the output list to find the item on the list bottom, ‘Adobe Premiere Pro’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg)’ could be your ideal output one.
If you want to get 1080 videos, we need to click the “Settings” button and choose 1920*1080 as output video size. Or in some other ways, ‘frame rates’, ‘bitrates’ or even ‘audio channel’ you can set as your own styles.
Tips: Select the files in the file list and click ‘Merge into one file’, and the Mac Sony F800 XDCAM MXF Video Converter will join and combine the video clips into a single file as output.
In the end, we just need to hit the ‘Convert’ icon to start our conversion job. Wanna other itmes for a try? Surely you can opn it to explore more functions. Good luck with you!