Edit Canon EOS C70 MP4/MXF in Vegas Pro
Canon EOS C70 4K H.265 MP4 “File Import Failure” in Vegas Pro is mainly caused by incompatible codec and the problem can be easily solved by converting unrecognized MP4 file to a Fully Vegas Pro 18 compatible Format.
Being one of the robust and most efficient video editing tools, Vegas Pro has always been the first choice of professional video editors who own a Windows computer. MP4 is widely used for saving media data and can be found in lots of places online or off line. Though Magix officially stated that Vegas Pro supports H.265 MP4 importing, sometimes you may find it a painful experience to get Vegas Pro to work with your Canon EOS C70 4K MP4 files.
The error message goes like, “Unsupported Frame Rate”, “The Share operation “Master File” has failed. Or, Vegas Pro only import audio from Canon EOS C70 files for you. You can only add the MP4 video to the timeline of Vegas Pro as an audio track, instead of a video track. Just sound, no video.
Why can’t your Canon EOS C70 videos be imported into Vegas Pro?
Generally, speaking, there are three possible reasons that may cause H.265 and XF-AVC file import failure in Vegas Pro:
Possible Reason 1: Your Canon EOS C70 footage is corrupted. You can check whether your MP4 file can be recognized and played properly using other programs. If not, repair it using a professional video repair tool.
Possible Reason 2: Your Vegas Pro version is tool old to support the H.265 MP4 and XF-AVC MXF files. If you’re using an old version, likeVegas Pro 14 or Vegas Pro 15, please upgrade it to the newest version to have a try.
But broadly speaking, Canon EOS C70 recordings import failure in Vegas Pro 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 is mainly due to incompatible video or audio codec in the video file. Therefore, transocding H.265/XF-AVC file is the the most effective yet easiest solution recommended by us.
The major cause for “Can’t Import Canon EOS C70 Video File” is Caused by Incompatible Codec
The Key: Transcode Unrecognized Canon EOS C70 MP4 and MXF File to a Fully Vegas Pro Compatible Format – The Easiest Solution
Analytics: Vegas Pro supports MP4 and MXF files, but Canon EOS C70 video fie is a container format which contains H.265 and XF-AVC codecs. To import H.265 MP4 and XF-AVC MXF files successfully, Vegas Pro needs to be compatible with the specific codecs used in the MP4/MXF files. If not, you’ll experience video importing error. Next, let me show you how to fix “can’t import Canon EOS C70 video to Vegas Pro” problem caused by incompatible codec.
Transcoding should be a very helpful and the most recommended method by us. To get job done, you can adopt Acrok Video Converter Ultimate, an easier-to-use yet powerful video converter and decoder for help. It is able to work with various MP4/MXF files taken with Canon EOS C70, no matter what codecs are wrapped in and no matter what devices record. To solve the Canon EOS C70 video or other incompatible issues, you’re suggested to download and install the program first.
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate – The One-click Way to Convert Videos for Vegas Pro and more.
• Accepts nearly all types of videos, regardless of video formats, codecs and resolutions.
• Transode or pass-through media files to H.264 MP4, H.264 MOV, MPEG-2 MPG that natively supported by Vegas Pro.
• Rip and convert Blu-ray/DVD to Vegas Pro supported video format.
• Easy editing experience: cut, crop, merge, add effects/watermark, add subtitles…
• Completes video conversion and processing in three steps.
Overall, it is an easy-to-use yet professional H.265 and XF-AVC encoder and decoder. This program features high efficiency and seamless conversion. With it, you can effortlessly convert Canon EOS C70 4K footage to ProRes for Final Cut Pro X, DNxHD for Avid Media Composer/Davinci Resolve, MPEG-2 for Premiere Pro CC for smooth editing or playback.
How to convert Canon EOS C70 MP4/MXF for Vegas Pro?
Step 1. Add videos
Drag and drop Canon EOS C70 4K MP4 or 4K MXF videos to the 4K Video Converter. Or you can click “Add File(s)” icon to browse and locate your source video files. The app supports batch conversion, so you can add more than one file at one time.
Step 2. Select the output file
Click the “Format” bar at the bottom to select a target format that Vegas Pro supports. To make your editing process simpler and less resource-intensive, you’re recommended to select 4K MOV or 4K MP4 from “4K” category. If you want to preserve image quality with the smallest file size, then MOV (encoded by H264 codec) from Editing Software category is recommended.
Step 3. Start video conversion
When everything is done, click the “Convert” button at the bottom-right corner to finish the Canon EOS C70 video to Vegas Pro editable format conversion. While you wait, have a coffee or take a nap and let Acrok software do the work in the background. After conversion, click Open button to locate the converted files.
Now, you can import the output files to Vegas Pro to edit without any trouble. And the output video will not decrease in video quality. And the output path has already listed at the bottom of the main interface. You can quickly and easily find the output files according to the file path. Of course, you can change the file path by yourself if need.