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Let’s Import Samsung NX1 H.265 Recordings to Avid Media Composer for Editing

Posted by on Tuesday, 30 December, 2014

Summary: This article is mainly talking about two important roles: H.265 recordings and Avid Media Composer. Cause the H.265 codec is the latest one not released out for long, it has not yet been accepted by most programs or devices. Avid Media Composer is such a typical one. Here we can offer you one of the best first H.265 encoders that can import H.265 recordings shot from Samsung NX1 camcorder to Avid for nice editing.

samsung nx1 ovr 770 Let’s Import Samsung NX1 H.265 Recordings to Avid Media Composer for Editing

Samsung NX1 camcorder—one of the top camcorders that can shoot H.265/HEVC recordings:
The Samsung NX1 has come out of the blue with an impressive spec sheet. It probably shouldn’t have been a complete surprise because the “Galaxy” phone company has always been serious about cameras. It’s just that, until now, they didn’t necessarily tick all the right boxes for professionals. But this is the first footage we’ve seen from it, and it looks lovely. We don’t know yet what it’s like working with the H.265 output but it’s a fair bet that it will be best to convert this to some other intermediate codec, as H.265 is very compute-intensive.

H.265/HEVC—the newest codec that can bring us much than H.264
This is an unexpected but potentially path-breaking announcement. It will take several weeks or months to confirm just what advantages or virtues it offers. Presently, I’m not sure what CPU requirements will be to edit or play h.265. The Cyberlink PowerDirector editing product may already support some h.265, or it will shortly. But I know of no tests. Do you wanna get closer to H.265 transcoder?

Tips: For other H.265/HEVC third-party tools instead, Cinemartin Cinec alternatives can be a nice one.

Until now, it seems that Avid Media Composer has no abilities of handling H.265 videos so it is necessary for us to find a H265 assistant to do a big favor. Fortunately, Pavtube studio has announced the upgraded version 4.8.2.0 Pavtube Video Converter can already support the H.265 recordings. H.265 news is allowed here you can get more details. For now, let’s learn more to the guide of converting H.265 to DNxHD mov for editing in Avid:

How to make H.265/HEVC recordings friendly with Avid Media Composer?

Step 1. When you launch this H.265 program, we can directly drag our source files in or with two effective buttons, ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’. Both of them can help you add your original H.265 footage.

load files Let’s Import Samsung NX1 H.265 Recordings to Avid Media Composer for Editing

Step 2. Choose the suitable output for Avid. As long as we load the footage, it’s time to make a nice choice for output device. Come to the ‘Format’ bar, there are so many output ones, While for Avid Media Composer, we suggest you to drop down the list to select the ‘Avid Media Composer’>>’Avid DNxHD 1080p(*.mov)’ as the best.

format to avid Let’s Import Samsung NX1 H.265 Recordings to Avid Media Composer for Editing

Tips: Some changes for this new version 4.8.2.0 of H.265 encoder: With the upgraded version, we can find the added button ‘HD Video’>>’H.265 Video’ and ‘Common Video’>>’H.264 Baseline/Main/High Profile Video’ .I have to mention you that H.265 codec will be smaller in video size and higher in quality than H.264, so it will take much more time of converting.

Step 3(Optional): Additionally, this program has preserved the output standing highlight which loved by advanced users, such as the ‘Settings’. Here, we can select our video size, output codec, bitrates, frame rate or something else in audio adjustments. Of course. Just leave them as the default is not a bad idea.

settings Let’s Import Samsung NX1 H.265 Recordings to Avid Media Composer for Editing

Finally, go back to the main interface when you have finished all the preparation work. ‘Convert’ button is waiting there for your selection to get started. Transfer files to Avid? According to the common instructions is okay. Just enjoy your own editing in Avid! Good luck!

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Surprise for Pavtube Upgraded Windows Products! H.265/HEVC or XVAC Codec Supported!

Posted by on Monday, 29 December, 2014

Good news for everybody! Thanks to the Pavtube Studio, we can realize our hope to enjoy the super high quality videos encoded by H.265 or HEVC. During this 2014 Christmas holidays, it is indeed a big Christmas gift for everyone who loves shooting high definition videos, right? Let’s find more details about this great job!

h.265 Surprise for Pavtube Upgraded Windows Products! H.265/HEVC or XVAC Codec Supported!

Tips: Development and prospect of Pavtube Studio—News for Upgraded H.265/HEVC Converter!

Other H.265/HEVC alternatives: Cinemartin Cinec and FFmpeg can both support the encode and decode of H.265/HEVC files. However, in the following article you will learn why most users choose the pavtube, not only the price advantage!

Main new features we may be interested in:
1. H.265/HEVC encode supported
2.H.265/HEVC decode supported
3.Support MXF in XAVC Video Codec
4.Add H.264 baseline/main/high output profiles

What Windows products are upgraded well?
For videos:
Pavtube HD Video Converter
Pavtube Video Converter
Pavtube MXF Converter
Pavtube MXF MultiMixer
Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter

For DVD and Blu-ray:
Pavtube BDMagic
Pavtube ByteCopy
Pavtube DVDAid

Both for Videos and DVD/Blu-ray:
Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate

What is HEVC(H.265)? 
High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) is the latest generation video compression standard. This standard was developed by the ISO/IEC Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) and ITU-T Video Coding Experts Group (VCEG), through their Joint Collaborative Team on Video Coding (JCT-VC)

HEVC is also known as ISO/IEC 23008-2 MPEG-H Part 2 and ITU-T H.265
HEVC provides superior video quality and up to twice the data compression as the previous standard (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC)
HEVC can support 8K Ultra High Definition video, with a picture size up to 8192×4320 pixels

The benefits of H.265
H.264 has been a huge success. It’s a flexible codec standard that’s used by streaming services, satellite providers, and for Blu-ray discs. It’s scaled remarkably well since it was first proposed and is capable of handling 3D, 48-60 fps encodes, and even 4K. The Blu-ray disc standard doesn’t currently include provisions for some of these technologies, but the H.264 codec itself is capable of handling them.

The problem with H.264, however, is that while it can handle these types of encodes, it can’t do so while simultaneously keeping file sizes low. A new standard is necessary to push file/stream sizes back down while driving next-generation adoption, and that’s where H.265 comes in. It’s designed to utilize substantially less bandwidth thanks to advanced encoding techniques and a more sophisticated encode/decode model.

With the popularity of H.265(HEVC) and XAVC, more and more users are fond of enjoying this high resolution videos. So in this way, Pavtube Studio has offered us an efficient way when meeting troubles in editing incompatible H.265 videos in NELs or play on media players. Pavtube products I think that can do you a big favor.

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Problems of Exporting Panasonic MTS Files to Premiere Pro CS5.5/6

Posted by on Thursday, 25 December, 2014

Overview: Do you know that MTS files has the problems when going straight into Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5/6? Something like ‘Unsupported’ error or ‘black screen’ may frequently appeared there on our computer. How did you solve such troubles? In the following article, we are going to discuss how to export MTS files shot by Panasonic cameras to Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5/6 with no difficulties.

Premiere Pro icon Problems of Exporting Panasonic MTS Files to Premiere Pro CS5.5/6

“I am trying to export footage shot by a Panasonic using premiere pro cs5.5. the Canon camera footage exports beautifully, the Panasonic results in a black screen. A colleague has tried it on premiere pro cc and it doesn’t work on that either. I have tried footage from a variety of shoots and they all result in a black screen. Any one there could tell me why offer any solutions?”

If you love customizing videos, Adobe Premiere Pro must be one of the best tools. When you are editing your videos, you may encounter the problem that Adobe Premiere Pro cannot import the AVCHD (.mts) video files. As most HD videos captured by cameras are in AVCHD MTS format, Panasonic is such a typicl one, right? it is indeed a great pity that you will not be able to edit such MTS files. But here, it is not a headache anymore! Pavtube MTS to Premiere Pro Converter for Mac/Windows can do you a big favor!

Notes: AVCHD MTS files not only has the problems of importing to Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5/6, but also not so suitable for FCPiMovie, etc.

Step-by-step guide suggested here for you to learn how to edit your MTS files in Premiere Pro.
Step 1. If you have successfully download the MTS converter, run it and on the main interface, with the two buttons ‘Add video’, we can load our original MTS files easily. Batch conversion is also supported well in this program.

import files1 Problems of Exporting Panasonic MTS Files to Premiere Pro CS5.5/6

Step 2. Why not search the ‘Premiere Pro’ in the searching box when choosing the right format? Click on the ‘Format’ bar and on the output list, just drop down, nearly on the bottom of the list, you will find the ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’ item there. We suggest you to select the ‘MPEG-2 (*.mpg)’as the best. Of course the ‘WMV ‘ and ‘MOV’you could also have a try if you want.

format to adobe Problems of Exporting Panasonic MTS Files to Premiere Pro CS5.5/6

Step 3. Optional items you may be interested here. Click “Settings” button, then you will enter the following interface, on which you are allowed to customize size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel to your required ones.

settings for output format6 Problems of Exporting Panasonic MTS Files to Premiere Pro CS5.5/6

Step 4.Another basic video editing?(Optional)
This Mac MTS converter enjoys a built-in video editor, so you can touch up the video with basic video editing functions. The supported video editing operations are: Trimming, cropping, appending artistic visual effects, adding watermarks and load subtitles to the videos. Just note that this step is skippable if you want to keep the original video effects.

editor for output format1 Problems of Exporting Panasonic MTS Files to Premiere Pro CS5.5/6

At the end, hit the ‘Convert’ button there to get started and after the conversion is completed, get the resulted files via clicking the Open button and then you can import MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro for further editing without any hassle. First time to work with Adobe Premiere Pro? Related transferring article is offered here.

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Edit Sony a7 II XAVC S Footage in iMovie/FCE on Mac OS X

Posted by on Tuesday, 23 December, 2014

Guys there, if you are searching the workflow on how to make it smoothly when importing Sony a7II AXVC S footage to iMovie or FCE for editing, the page here can show you a wonderful workaround to work with Sony a7II files and iMovie/FCE together well. Would you like to join us to have a try?

Question asked on forum: ‘Hi guys, I’ve captured a bundle of XAVC S (.mp4) video recordings using a Sony a7 II full-frame mirrorless camera. Now I intend to ingest the XAVC S recordings to iMovie for further editing. Something wrong like ‘Error’ appeared on my screen. Why did that situation happen? I really appreciate for any help. Thanks in advance!’

sony a7 ii 12 Edit Sony a7 II XAVC S Footage in iMovie/FCE on Mac OS X

Got XAVC S (mp4) files shot on a Sony a77II full-frame mirrorless camera and wanted to edit them in iMovie/Final Cut Express but failed? Okay, let’s find what cause this situations. From the information analysis there, although XAVC S codec can record the 1080/60p video at 50Mbps, as the newest codec, it still has not been accepted by iMovie and FCE. You must not know the most supported format for iMovie and FCE is the AIC .mov? So in order to handle XAVC S files well in iMovie/FCE, the easiest way for us is converting our XAVC S to AIV .mov here. Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac (Windows version if you need) as the nice XAVC S assistant can do you a big favor.

Tips: Not only the iMovie and FCE, some other popular editing programs cannot now accept the XAVC S codec files, such as the FCPAvidPremiere, etc. Also, the QuickTime Player is included.

Step by step guide we should take reference to learn to get rid of the troubles of converting Sony a7II XAVC S workflow with iMovie and FCE:
Firstly, load our original XAVC S files
Run the XAVC to iMovie Converter for Mac as the professional converter, when its main interface comes up, we can click the ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’ to choose our source files in. Batch conversion is also supported here. Surely, we can directly drag our files in.

load files1 Edit Sony a7 II XAVC S Footage in iMovie/FCE on Mac OS X

Secondly, choose output format for iMovie and FCE.
For the purpose of converting Sony a7 II XAVC S for use in iMovie or FCE, from ‘Format’ list, select ‘Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC)(*.mov)’ as output format under ‘iMovie and Final Cut Express’ column as the following screen shot shows you. Additionally, for other output such as FCP, Premiere, etc. We can all find the suitable ones on the output list.

format to imovie fce Edit Sony a7 II XAVC S Footage in iMovie/FCE on Mac OS X

Thirdly, why not adjust our video and audio settings(optional)?
If necessary, you can click ‘Settings’ button and go to settings interface panel to modify video and audio settings like video encoder, resolution, video bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, audio encoder, sample rate, audio bit rate, and audio channels. Don’t know which one we should choose as the best? Just leave them as fault is okay.

settings for output format5 Edit Sony a7 II XAVC S Footage in iMovie/FCE on Mac OS X

On the final step, if you have done all the preparation work, why not go back to the main interface to hit the ‘Convert’ to get our work started. Or searching for other Sony related guides? Here are some on the Sony Subject Page we can read if you need. Thanks for reading!

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Tips on Editing Panasonic HX-A500 4K Videos in Premiere Pro CC/CS

Posted by on Saturday, 20 December, 2014

Summary: Do you wanna transfer Panasonic HX-A500 4K videos to Premiere for further editing? This article will give you some hint on how to convert Panasonic HX-A500 4K videos to Premiere supported format MPG, MOV or WMV. An easy to ease 4K video converter is provided there to do you a big favor.

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‘Again and again, ‘Error’ message appeared so frequently on my screen when I importing my 4K videos into Premiere Pro CC. This was the first time I met this phenomenon. Oh, I forget to tell you I shot the footage with my new Panasonic HX-A500. Any suggestions?’

According to the trouble you met above, we searched and found some video recordings from Panasonic HX-A500 like MP4, may not a good editing format for NLE system including FCP, or the common MOV on Mac. So it seems that Premiere Pro also cannot support 4K videos? Well, Premiere may have the ability to deal with 4K videos. However, owing to the computer configuration and codec problem, rendering process costs much time. The worst thing is that your computer can not afford 4K videos thoroughly. If you want to avoid the long-time rendering, another solution is to convert 4K clips to MPEG-2, which is natively supported by Premiere.

Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac is such one which could get rid of all your troubles there. (For Windows version?). It is the solid tool to help users to transcode Panasonic HX-A500 4K/Full HD MP4 files to a format you want on Mac OS X. It offers the optimal preset profiles for Final Cut Pro 6/7 and FCP X, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, iMovie, FCE and more.

Step by step guide that you should know better to convert 4K videos to MPG for Premiere Pro CC/CS
Step 1: Open the main interface, ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’’? Each one we can select to load our original 4K footage in. Just look the following screen shot here.

load files Tips on Editing Panasonic HX A500 4K Videos in Premiere Pro CC/CS

Step 2: Choose the right format on the output list. Panasonic HX-A500 Videos and Adobe Premiere Pro incompatibility issues, please select Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > MPEG-2 (*.mpg) as the target format.

format to adobe and vegas Tips on Editing Panasonic HX A500 4K Videos in Premiere Pro CC/CS

Tips: 
1.For editing Panasonic HX-A500 Videos in FCP, select Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) as the output format.
2.To import Panasonic HX-A500 footage in Avid MC, choose Avid Media Composer->Avid DNxHD(*.mov).
3.Choose iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov) as output format, so that you can transcode Panasonic HX-A500 MP4 to AIC .mov for editing smoothly.

Step 3: Adjust the video and audio parameters including the Bitrate of Video&Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc., by clicking the Settings button for getting the best quality before starting conversion.

settings for output format4 Tips on Editing Panasonic HX A500 4K Videos in Premiere Pro CC/CS

Finally, if you are the first time to work with Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS, we here have the related guide on how totransfer files to Premiere Pro you can take a reference. Or just hit the big button ‘Convert’ on main interface, we can get the work started.

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Get JVC HD Everio GZ-RX110BE AVCHD MTS Files to FCP X

Posted by on Wednesday, 17 December, 2014

JVC Everio and FCP X Workflow: Are you now seeking for the best solutions on how to import your JVC HD Everio GZ-RX110BE AVCHD MTS movies to FCP X for a further dispose? Just move on and read this article about how to convert AVCHD MTS to ProRes as the most suitable one for FCP X.

jvc Get JVC HD Everio GZ RX110BE AVCHD MTS Files to FCP X

Further learning of JVC HD Everio GZ-RX110BE camera.
Which has the similar features as JVC GY-HM70, JVC Everio GZ-E300BE, or JVC GZ-R10, etc, this kind of JVC HD camera is famous for stunning-quality HD images and provides extaemely high quality HD recording with 1920*1080 resolution at AVCHD MTS/M2TS format. Unfortunately, it is hardly for us to edit them well in some popular NELs, such as Adobe Premiere Pro, etc. For Mac users, today we are going to talk the topic on how to open them freely in FCP X. Would you like to join us?

Why and how freely open AVCHD MTS files in FCP X?—AVCHD to FCP X Converter
Sometimes, in order to keep these videos on a memory card or on our computer, we wanna creat polished movies and slideshows to show off. So for Mac users, FCP X as the best editing app has become the best choice. To get the work done, we would like to share the Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac for all you guys. It is a professional yet decent JVC GZ-RX110BE AVCHD to FCP X Converter which can easily change your AVCHD MTS files to the FCP X supported ProRes videos. Additionally, other functions it also has will surprise you a lot.

Note: No worries if you have upgraded your Mac operation to the latest OS X Yosemite. It can work well with the newest Mac OS system.

Some specific guides we should learn as more details below:
For a first step, the main interface will pops up when we download and install the program well on our computer, just drag our source files in. Or with the ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’ we can also make this job done. Click the ‘Format’ bar to drap down the output list, we can get the proper video format to FCP X, ‘Final Cut Pro’>>’Apple ProRes Codec 422 (*.mov)’ can be the suitable one.
choose format to fcp1 Get JVC HD Everio GZ RX110BE AVCHD MTS Files to FCP X

Tips: Could you see the ‘Settings’ on the top of the main interface? Here, we can adjust our output videos with the video codec, video size, bitrates or audio channel, etc. Or we could also just leave them as the default. Surely it just the optional function for those users who wanna advanced settings for different usage, right?

settings for output format3 Get JVC HD Everio GZ RX110BE AVCHD MTS Files to FCP X

Finally, tap the big icon called ‘Convert’, we can easily get the output Prores movies for a nice editing in FCP X. Then there will be no difficulties if we wanna show the edited movies to the audience. No ideas on how to transfer files to FCP X? Maybe the related article will help you out.

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Nicely Play Mac Pro Videos on QuickTime after Edited in FCP

Posted by on Friday, 12 December, 2014

As a wonderful editing app for Mac users, Final Cut Pro has the strong and powerful functions that can handle all your requirements of editing videos. Customize your video images, add some video subtitles or set the effects as your favorite. I’m sure you will be satisfied this guy except the limitation supported ProRes codec, right?

camcorder to fcp Nicely Play Mac Pro Videos on QuickTime after Edited in FCP

As we all know that common video formats are not so suitable for Final Cut Pro, while Apple ProRes codec is the best one. So if you shot the recordings from various kinds of cameras like Canon, Panasonic, Sony, JVC, etc, with formats like MTS, MXF and so on. We need some third-party tools to make them possible to import footage to FCP. On the other hand, if you ask me can FCP accept the short videos recorded by Mac Pro, of course not! In the following guide, let’s learn some skills on how to successfully edit our Mac pro recordings in FCP and make them watchable on QuickTime, is that awesome?

Video Converter we need as assistant:
Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac(Windows version), which is specially designed for converting those incompatible formats to other suitable ones for popular NELs or media players with the original high quality preserved. Sometimes, we also call this program as a ‘Tiny Editor’ because we can customize our videos as what we want there.

Launch the FCP Video Converter when we install it successfully, click the ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’ , we can load the original files. Drop down the output list to select the ‘Final Cut Pro’>>’Apple ProRes Codec 422(*.mov)’ as the best we mentioned above for FCP. Of course we can tap them in the searching box there.
choose format to apple prores Nicely Play Mac Pro Videos on QuickTime after Edited in FCP

Notes: We should pay attention that these output videos may not suitable if you want to watch them on QuickTime. So in this way, after edited in FCP, we should come to the output list to choose the ‘HD Video’>>’H.264 HD Video(*.mov)’ to be accepted with QuickTime.

convert to hd video Nicely Play Mac Pro Videos on QuickTime after Edited in FCP

For advanced adjustments? Let’s have the item ‘Edit’ on the main interface to have a try. Cut the unwanted clips by ‘Trim’ or get rid of the extra edges by ‘Crop’, etc. You won’t miss the chance here.

editor for output format Nicely Play Mac Pro Videos on QuickTime after Edited in FCP

For those people who is the first time to work with FCP, you can take the related transferring article for FCP as a reference. Finally, back to the main interface, tap the ‘Convert’ to get your job started. Good luck!

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No Idea of Editing Sony PXW-X70 MXF in Avid Media Composer

Posted by on Wednesday, 10 December, 2014

Outline of this paper: We all know with the incompatible container format MXF, it is not so friendly with Avid Media Composer if you wanna work with them each other. In this guide, we can find the easiest way to convert XDCAM MXF to DNxHD MOV for a nice editing in Avid Media Composer. Would you like to join us?

Scott X70 No Idea of Editing Sony PXW X70 MXF in Avid Media Composer

Sony PXW-X70 is a striking camcorder on the market, it is equipped with excellent hardware, the sensor is 1.0 type Exmor R CMOS sensor, the resolution is 20 megapixe, and the lens is ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T lens achieves 12x optical zoom, with the Sony PXW-X70 we can record videos in XDCAM, XAVC and DV format, full HD 1080p is well supported. In this way, we often want to edit and store them for other different usages, such like watching on media players with family members or post processing for our customers.

Unfortunately, we have failed in importing these Sony MXF files to some NELs, Avid Media Composer is the typical one. So here we highly recommend you the Pavtube MXF to Avid MC Converter for Mac, which is the main character in this paper that can handle this trouble well. Especially for Windows users, another Windows version may be available.

You need to download and install the program on your computer, open the produce the main interface will pop up there. With the ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’ we can easily load your Sony MXF footage. Then you won’t miss the point here, choose the right output for Avid MC. Surely you can tap it on the output searching box or just drop down the output list, we can get the ‘Avid Media Composer’>>’DNxHD (*.mov)’ as the best.

format to mov No Idea of Editing Sony PXW X70 MXF in Avid Media Composer

Do you wanna join your join your video clips together as complete files? On the left of preview, you can tick on the ‘Merge into one file’ item to make your wishes come true. You will find it is such a practical icon to combine your clips into one.

merge into one No Idea of Editing Sony PXW X70 MXF in Avid Media Composer

If you have the idea of storing your videos for a playback after converted, why not hit the ‘Settings’ button on the top of the interface? It can tell you how could we make our video more suitable with those media players. To adjust the video size or codec, bitrates, frame rate or even the audio channels. With the appropriate default, you can get the best effects.

settings for output format2 No Idea of Editing Sony PXW X70 MXF in Avid Media Composer

Easy guide here to import your files to Avid MC.

With all your preparation work done? Back to the main interface and click the red icon ‘Convert’ to start you conversion. With such as easy operation on Sony PXW-X70 MXF footage, is there any other troubles in editing for NLEs? Any suggestions you can leave us as comments below.

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Transcode Panasonic AJ-HPM200 P2 AVC Intra HD MXF on Mac for Playback

Posted by on Friday, 5 December, 2014

In this guide, you will learn the main character, Panasonic AJ-HPM200 P2 AVC Intra HD camcorder, which you may don’t know has another name called ‘P2 Mobile’. The point we are going to discuss about is how to play the MXF files shot by this camcorder on Mac.

title banner Transcode Panasonic AJ HPM200 P2 AVC Intra HD MXF on Mac for Playback

Why so many people pay a lot of attention on this kind of Panasonic camcorder?
Generally speaking, this P2 Mobile portable rugged 4:2:2, 10-bit capable solid-state memory recorder/player is ideal for field production, postproduction as well as ENG applications. With the new AJ-YBX200 AVC-Intra codec board installed, the P2 Mobile can record full-raster 1920*1080 or 1280*720p images with 10-bit sampling, which could bring us a higher definition.

What can we ask for help when loading MXF files on Mac for playback?
Cause we all know it is not easy for us to directly drag MXF into media players for a smooth playback, different causes are often appeared on screen, such as unsupported format, limited codec, incomplete folder, etc. I don’t know how did you solve the troubles mentioned above, here we have found the best way to get all of these similar problems. Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac is especially designed for those Mac users. (Windows version also allowed here)

Detailed guide you can take a reference here to know how to convert your Panasonic MXF files.

Tips: This program can support all Mac operations like Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, Yosemite.

Step1.Add your Panasonic AJ-HPM100 P2 AVC-Intra MXF videos to this Mac Video Converter. If you have connect your camcorder to your computer, you can directly move your files in, or with the ‘Add video’ on the main interface, we can also ask for a help. They will listed on the blank.

import files Transcode Panasonic AJ HPM200 P2 AVC Intra HD MXF on Mac for Playback

Step2. Tick on the clips you want make a change, on the output list, you may ask me which one we should choose as the best, right? Okay, for a playback on Mac, let’s just select the ‘Common Video’>>’H.264 Video(*.mp4)’ as the suitable one.

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Note: If you have other requirements for MXF files, such as importing to editing tools or media devices. On the output list, why not choose the FCP, iMovie, Avid , or iPad, iPhone or Samsung tablets as a try?

Step3. Back to the main interface, we usually would like to get into the ‘Settings’ button to take around. ‘Trim’ can help you decide the output video where to start and where to end. ‘Crop’ can cut off the extra edges. Subtitles’ can add some explanations in your videos. For those advanced users, you may like here very much.

settings for output format1 Transcode Panasonic AJ HPM200 P2 AVC Intra HD MXF on Mac for Playback

Back to the main interface, click the ’Convert’ to get started. No worries about you will wait for a long time, it has 6X faster conversion speed to save your much time. Almost no quality it will loss, all of us can enjoy the high quality videos on Mac.

Tips: Even for the latest Mac OS X Yosemite operation, this program can work well.

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Get AVC-Ultra MXF Imported to FCP 7/6 from Panasonic PX270 Camera

Posted by on Friday, 5 December, 2014

Summary: In a word, what we can learn from this article is why MXF files cannot be friendly with FCP 7/6 and how to make it possible if we wanna edit AVC-Ultra MXF in FCP 7/6. Would you like to join us to take a look?

panasonic Get AVC Ultra MXF Imported to FCP 7/6 from Panasonic PX270 Camera

Question here: What’s the purpose on editing AVC-Ultra MXF files in FCP 7/6 from Panasonic PX270 Camera?

Frankly speaking, there are no specific answers we can tell to explain this question. Someone said they make the recordings with a nice dispose to share with others online; someone said they would like to preserve the recordings as good memories as time goes by; so and you? Whatever purpose we are perusing for, due to this container MXF format, we actually need a video converter to change MXF into professional ProRes for FCP 7/6

Another question: Any good MXF converting assistants you can suggest to me?

Fortunately, there are several popular MXF converters on the market, but with a good reputation and easy operation, we here highly recommend you the [urlhttp://www.pavtube.com/mxf-converter-mac/]Mac Pavtube MXF Converter especially for Mac users. Additionally, necessary conversion steps are offered as follows:

Tips: This kind MXF converter also has a good company called Pavtube iMixMXF which can support the multi-track audios for those advances users if they need. What’s more, it is on 50% off discount recently! Wanna a try?

Learn the following guides to easily get rid of the trouble of importing Panasonic MXF to FCP:
When you launch the Mac MXF converter, the main interface will pop up there. ‘Add video’ item may help you load your files successfully. Then drop down the output list, it is not hard to find the best one for FCP, ‘Final Cut Pro’>>’Apple ProRes Codec 422(*.mov)’, you won’t miss your choice there.

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Do you know this MXF converter assistant has another name as ‘Tiny Editor’? Yes, on the main interface, we can easily find the ‘Edit’ there, which is a big surprise for those who want a simple editing with their videos, right? Decide your video length, cut some unwanted clips, add some subtitles to explain something, etc. Come on, let’s do it on our own.

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Some more items on the main interface if you are interested in, why not open it and take around there? Or start your conversion work? Just click the big red icon ‘Convert’! We will give you response as soon as possible if you leave some comments below.

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