Category Archives: Sony

Convert Sony Camcorder/Camear MXF, AVCHD, MTS, XAVC, MP4 recordings on Mac and Windows

Sony VENICE 4K XAVC to Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 Workflow

Sony VENICE is a CineAlta 6K Digital Cinema Camera which has very powerful video recording feature, have you bought Sony VENICE to recorded high quality 4K videos? Do you want to import 4K XAVC files recorded by Sony VENICE to Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 and edit smoothly? Just follow this Sony VENICE to Premiere Pro workflow article, we will share the best tool and method to help you edit Sony VENICE 4K XAVC in Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 natively. Continue reading

Transfer Sony XDCAM HD IMX MXF files to FCP X/7/6

If you are looking for the best way to transfer IMX data to Mac for editing in Final Cut Pro, this article is worth reading. It explains how to transcode Sony XDCAM HD IMX files to Apple ProRes 422 MOV and Apple ProRes 4444 MOV for working with NLE apps on Mac platform. Continue reading

Convert Sony F5/F55 raw MXF to multiple audio tracks MOV

How to convert Sony F5/F55 MXF video to multiple audio tracks ProRes MOV? Best MXF Converter will give you a hand. Both the F5 & F55 can record in MPEG2 (XDCAM), XAVC and HDCAM SR formats internally. With the addition of the AXS-R5 recorder, they can also record in Sony Raw. This article provides you simple workflow to convert raw MXF to ProRes with multiple audio channels for Final Cu Pro 7/X. Continue reading

Edit Sony FDR AX1 4K XAVC S MP4 in FCP X

There shall be 4 digital avchd camcorders come to the market in the next few months, they are Sony FDR-AX1, HDR-MV1, HDR-AS30V,JVC GC-XA2 , All these 4 models of camcorder can record 1080P videos, if you want to purchase any one of the above listed camcorder, you should have one software dealing with it’s mts video format Continue reading

Import Sony NEX-FS700 1080 50p/60p video into FCP X

Sony NEX-FS700 can shoot full 1080p video in a range of frame rates up to 60p, it provides the option of recording AVCHD footage onto SD card/MemoryStick or via the FMU (flash memory unit) port, or it can output 4:2:2 video (with embedded timecode) via HDMI 1.4 or 3G/HD-SDI to an external recording unit. Continue reading