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Best MXF Converter for macOS Big Sur and Windows 10. Convert MXF and other formats to ProRes, H.264, H.265, MPEG-2, etc.

Sony PXW-FS7M2 Final Cut Pro - Edit Sony FS7M2 MXF in Final Cut Pro

Load 4K MXF from Sony PXW-FS7M2 to Final Cut Pro

Expanding on the original FS7, Sony’s PXW-FS7M2 XDCAM Super 35 Camera System is a flexible 4K camera system. The camera records in your 4K choice of XAVC-I or XAVC-L. Video is packed in the widely supported MXF wrapper. If you want to record HD footage, you can choose MPEG-2 model. The PXW-FS7M2 records internally in…
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Sony PXW-Z280 MXF To Final Cut Pro Workflow

Sony PXW-Z280, World’s first 4K Handheld Camcorder with 1/2-type 3CMOS with 4K 50p/60p recording capability, 12G-SDI, Dual Link Cellular capability, 17x zoom lens, advanced Face Detection AF. The camera supports modern codecs such as XAVC, as well as legacy codecs such as MPEG HD and DVCAM, allowing you to use one camera to shoot 4K,…
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Import MXF from Canon EOS C500 to Final Cut Pro X

Import MXF from Canon EOS C500 Mark II to Final Cut Pro X

The Canon EOS C500 Mark II 5.9K Full-Frame is part of the Cinema EOS lineup of cameras, and it features a full-frame CMOS sensor with an effective 18.69MP resolution. The camera internally records raw using the Canon Cinema RAW Light codec in 12- or 10-bit, or you can capture using the XF-AVC codec in 10-bit.…
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Sony PXW-FX9 FCP X | Edit PXW-FX9 MXF in Final Cut Pro X

Load MXF video from Sony PXW-FX9 to FCP X

The Sony PXW-FX9 cinema camera has a full frame sensor, advanced AF borrowed from the Alpha mirrorless cameras but no internal Raw shooting. The PXW-FX9 features a full-frame, oversampled 6K Exmor R CMOS sensor that allows you to capture 4K images with cinematic depth of field. We can record XAVC-I, XAVC-L and XAVC video uses…
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Sony VENICE FCP X - Import edit VENICE 4K MXF in FCP X

Import edit Sony VENICE 4K MXF in FCP X

For Sony VENICE users, it is a headache to edit 4K MXF video in FCP X cause that Final Cut Pro X does not currently support XAVC natively. You will get the Sony VENICE to FCP X workflow in this page.