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MXF to MOV Encoder-Encoding Canon C300 MXF for iMovie on ...

MXF to MOV Encoder-Encoding Canon C300 MXF for iMovie on Mac In this tutorial, you will learn how to convert & transcode Canon C300 MXF format to iMovie compatible AIC MOV format so that you can smoothly import Canon C300 MXF videos to iMovie without rendering time. Canon has produced many professional camcorders, such as XF series, include XF305, XF300, XF105, XF100, etc. these professional camcorders can help us record vivid images. Recently, a new Camera named Canon C300 came to us. You may have used Canon C300 and XF series camcorders to record many high-definition footages which are in MXF video format, this video format is good for record videos, but it’s not compatible with many editing software, such as iMovie on Mac. You may have the need to import C300 MXF footage to iMovie for editing, but the iMovie doesn't support MXF files directly. How to import Canon C300 MXF to iMovie for editing? The best way is to convert MXF to iMovie supported video format, iMovie best supported video format is Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) MOV format. You can convert recorded C300 mxf files to AIC MOV for iMovie easily, please follow the guide below. 1. Free Download Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac. This is an excellent Mac MXF to iMovie Converter, can help you transcode MXF files to any formats you want. 2. Install and launch this Mac MXF to iMovie Converter, import Canon MXF footages to the software. 3. Click "Format" bar to choose the output format, for editing Canon MXF files on iMovie, you can choose "iMovie-> Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)". 4. You can click "Settings " button to adjust the output parameters such as resolution and bitrate, you can also keep it as original. 5. Click "Convert " button to start to convert Canon C300 MXF to AIC MOV for importing to iMovie. Pavtube MXF to iMovie converter can convert Canon MXF footages quickly, after conversion, you can use converted files in iMovie smoothly, just have a try. More Tricks for Editing MXF files on Mac [*] Transfer Canon C300 MXF to FCP/Quicktime for editing [*] Convert Panasonic P2 MXF files to iMovie AIC MOV [*] Convert Canon MXF to Avid DNxHD on Mac OS X [*] Load Sony XDCAM MXF to iMovie with AIC codec [*] Let Sony XDCAM MXF files work with Final Cut Pro [*] Encode MXF media to Avid with DnxHD codec[/b] [*] Convert MXF to AVI/WMV/MOV/MP4/MP EG on Mac [*] Turn Canon and Panasonic MXF files to MPEG video Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac is an all-in-one bluray ripper for Mac, Mac DVD Ripper, and Video Converter for Mac. can convert 1080p cameras/camcorders footages to editable HD video formats for non-linear editing software like iMovie, Final Cut Express, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Studio, Avid, Adobe Premiere etc. The HD footage can be compressed to SD video clips for storage when you wanna save storage space. The Mac iMedia Converter is also able to extract audios from Blu-ray discs, DVDs and videos for media players with high quality and fast conversion speed.  (Mar 3, 2013 | post #1)

Transfer MXF to FCP X/iMovie/FCE/AVID with Mac Media Magi...

Transfer MXF to FCP X/iMovie/FCE/AVID with Mac Media Magician Professional camcorders for video and broadcasting like Canon XF305 and Panasonic P2 HD cam shoot in MXF format. MXF is now submitted to SMPTE and is well on its way to helping media flow in the television/IT convergent world. End users will be able to better manage their media and to concentrate on their prime tasks of productivity and creativity. There are an increasing number of professional video editing tools that can work with MXF files natively including Avid, Adobe Premiere Pro 3.1 or above, and Sony Vegas. But many users have problems importing MXF footages to Mac non-linear video editing software such as Final Cut Pro, iMovie, FCE and Avid. When loading .MXF files for post-production, many are finding the .mxf files gray out, not allowing users to select them. With Panasonic and Canon MXF cams, you need to load their drivers. But here's the workflow for most tapeless imports into FCP, iMovie, FCE, AVID and other video editors. By using the Pavtube Media Magician for Mac to encode MXF video to popular video format or intermediate codecs that work with your video editor, importing MXF footage should never be a problem any longer. Here's how-to. Buy Media Magician for Mac | Download Free Trial Step 1. Import MXF files to the software. If you have already stored MXF clips on your HDD, you can choose to "Import Media Files" to browse and load the .mxf files from computer. Step 2. Drag and drop MXF clips onto Timeline. After source MXF clips are imported into the program, you can directly drag and drop the clips that you want to do frame accurate splitting onto timeline, add special effect, and volume up/down. Step 3. Click the Output button on the top and switch it to output interface. Step 4. Choose output format(s). You can create videos for editing with Final Cut Pro, iMovie, FCE, Avid Studio, Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas, Adobe After Effects, and Apple Aperture. Just click on "Editor" and choose an intermediate codec for use. For example, when exporting MXF to Final Cut Pro, you can follow "Editor" > "Final Cut Pro" to choose "Apple ProRes 422" codec, and set advanced video and audio parameters at the bottom part. Step 5. Click on the + sign to add it as a conversion task. Select the task and click on the triangle sign on it to start converting MXF to the best format for FCP, iMovie, FCE, AVID, etc. When conversion completes, you can import converted MXF footage to FCP X, iMovie, FCE, AVID from Mac instantly – without rendering. Highlights of Pavtube Media Magician for Mac: - Importing directly from camera/camcorder or backup camcorder videos to local HDD. - Timeline editing, helping you edit camera clips in an easy and accurate way. - Frame by Frame editing, helping you trim, cut and delete unwanted parts accurately. - Adding 3D and other special effects to clips on timeline. - Output Apple ProRes MOV for editing in FCP (X) without rendering. - Featuring optimal presets for iMovie, FCE, Avid Studio, Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas, Adobe After Effects, and Apple Aperture. - Exporting files best suited for playing on Android devices, Windows devices, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, HD Player, PSP/PS3, and HDV. - Transcoding camera videos to a wide range of file formats, including AVI, MPEG-2, WMV, MOV, MKV, MPEG-4, and M2TS - Lossless output - keeping original format of source media, and rewrapping source video to MKV container without quality loss. - Directly upload camera videos onto YouTube by using your already-have YouTube account.  (Mar 3, 2013 | post #1)

Top 5 Alternatives to iMovie for Mac users

Top 5 Alternatives to iMovie for Mac users Tag: iMovie Alternatives for Mac, Media Magician for Mac, Mac iMedia Converter, Adobe Premiere Elements, Final Cut Pro X, Aurora3DAnimation, 5 Best Mac Video Editing Alternatives, Best Alternatives to iMovie for Mac users, Easier and Better than iMovie for Mac, iMovie Alternative, 5 Free Video Editor for Mac Novice, Top 5 iMovie Alternatives for Mac Movie lovers The Mac has long been the homestead for effective and easy video editing, graphic design, and video compressing for many professionals and novices alike. Maybe you want to throw together a few video clips. Maybe you have more time and want to fine-tune every edit. Or maybe you just want to flip through clips the way you flip through for seamless merge of multiple AVCHD clips; under Editor tab there are intermediate codecs such as Apple Intermediate codec, ProRes 422, Avid DNxHD so that professionals can further edit their artwork natively in Final Cut Pro, Avid, Adobe AE, etc; the Online tab offers a time-saving way for users to upload their work to YouTube; also there's a Device tab under which you can find hundreds of presets for almost all the devices that play 5), Snow Leopard (10.6), Lion (10.7), and Mountain Lion (10.8) 2. Adobe Premiere Elements Adobe Premiere Elements 10 is the newest update to Adobe’s popular consumer video editing application. Premiere Elements is inexpensive, well designed, and easy to learn. Premiere Elements has both a storyboard and a more traditional timeline view. You can polish, add effects and export to YouTube, HD Video or to DVD. Premiere Elements 10 also has the unique capability to export to Blu-Ray, although the Mac has yet to gain Blu-Ray burning capability. You can also keyframe by keyframe edit effects and transitions. Price: $79.99 Requires: Mac OS X 10.6 or later 3. Mac iMedia Converter You may want to edit a file or post a video file and that file is not compatible with your system. When you run across this problem you need to convert the file. The easiest way is to use a file converter like iMedia Converter. iMedia Converter is easy to use and accepts many file formats. It also includes batch convert functionality. As an added value, iMedia Converter includes direct conversion and ripping from a Blu-ray disc or DVD! Price: $52 Requires: Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion 4. Final Cut Pro X Sometimes you just need a real pro tool for the job. When those times call, answer with Final Cut Pro X! Apple upped in 2011 the ante by releasing Final Cut Pro X for only $299.99. FCPX has gained speed improvements, ease of use improvements, and many of iMovie’s looks and features. Although I still use FCP 8, FCPX is awesome for many projects and will come in handy if you get real serious. Final Cut Pro X has many features to covet. The best includes magnetic timeline, built-in audio editor, a new 64bit architecture, faster rendering, built in effects, and a simpler to use color grading effect. Being that the price is hundreds of dollars lower the FCStudio, I could not recommend it enough. Price: $299.99 Requires: Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later 5. Aurora3DAnimation If you want to make your own 3D text or logo animation, normally you would have to use complex 3D graphics software and animate it yourself in After Effects. This is a tedious process that requires a huge skill set and thousands of dollars. With Aurora3DAnimation, you can easily create and animate 3D text and logos the exact way you want them without learning new skills. It could not be any easier! Aurora3DAnimation offers beautifully designed templates, freehand control, light control, a built in graphic library, and excellent export capabilities. At only $49.99 you are not only saving hundreds of dollars, but many headaches! Price: $49.99 Requires: Mac OS X 10.6 or later; 64-bit processor Hope you love this roundup! Can you help me to share it for helping more guys? Thanks.  (Mar 3, 2013 | post #1)

MOV to iMovie Converter-Convert Canon G1X MOV to iMovie

MOV to iMovie Converter-Convert Canon G1X MOV to iMovie Canon G1X is one of the hottest cameras which released at the spring of this year, it's the main competitor to Nikon and Sony latest digital cameras, such as P7000 and NEX series. G1X not only gives us high quality images, but also give us vivid full 1080P HD videos. Canon's HD recording technology is excellent, so it's great for us to use G1X to record HD videos when we travel. But, you may encounter some problems when you want to edit Canon G1X H.264 MOV videos in iMovie on Mac. The reason is Canon G1X recorded videos are in H.264 MOV format, this format is not compatible well with iMovie and other editing software, iMovie best Compatible Codec is Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) MOV format, so if you want to edit Canon G1X H.264 MOV video in iMovie smoothly, you'd better convert Canon G1X H.264 MOV to AIC MOV for iMovie, you can follow the steps below to transcode G1X to iMovie AIC format, then you won't have any editing problems in iMovie. 1. Download Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac, this Mac H.264 to AIC Codec Converter can help you convert G1X MOV to AIC codec for iMovie, more output formats are also supported, such as MKV/AVI/MP4/Apple ProRes, etc. 2. Run the professional Mac MOV to iMovie Converter, import G1X MOV footages to this best AIC Converter for iMovie. 3. Click and choose the best output format, for editing G1X MOV in iMovie, you click and choose iMovie and Final Cut Express -> Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov), it's the best format for iMovie and Final Cut Express. 4. You can click settings button to customize output parameters as you want, such as codec, resolution, etc. it's good to keep the parameters as original. 5. Edit function is available to use in this G1X MOV iMovie Converter; you can trim, crop, add watermark or adjust effect to the Canon Powershot G1X MOV video. 6. Click "Convert " button to start, H.264 to AIC Converter will help you convert videos in a short time, and then you can import Canon G1X video to iMovie freely. Canon Cameras/Camcorders Related: [*] Transfer H.264 MOV taken on Canon 5D Mark III to FCP X [*] Create a movie in iMovie from MOV files shot on a Canon Rebel T4i (650D) [*] Upload Canon EOS 600D (T3i) MOV videos to FCP [*] Insert Canon 550D (T2i).mov files to FCP [*] Burn Canon DSLR camera recorded MOV clips to a DVD disc [*] Encode Canon video to MP4 for viewing on Galaxy Note 10.1 [*] Best workflow for Canon 1080i AVCHD on Windows or Mac Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac is an all-in-one bluray ripper for Mac, Mac DVD Ripper, and Video Converter for Mac. can convert 1080p cameras/camcorders footages to editable HD video formats for non-linear editing software like iMovie, Final Cut Express, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Studio, Avid, Adobe Premiere etc. The HD footage can be compressed to SD video clips for storage when you wanna save storage space. The Mac iMedia Converter is also able to extract audios from Blu-ray discs, DVDs and videos for media players with high quality and fast conversion speed.  (Mar 3, 2013 | post #1)