This summer holiday, our college arranged an activity for us which is to record a short movie of our summer life. The equipment I was given was SONY HDR-SR12 Camcorder which can shoot in AVCHD at a frame rate of 60i. And I shot the basketball match in SONY HDR-SR12 1920 x 1080 60i M2TS files.
As a video editor, I deal with plenty of formats and their conversion with each other. The most cases I got are to handle the conversion of multi-track MXF. Since this kind of videos have multiple channels, many of MXF converters fail to keep them during the conversion. Editting these outputting multi-track ProRes in Final Cut Pro also become more impossible. Here I’d like to recommend you a piece of fantastic software which is able to retain 2 channels multi-track MXF stereo to ProRes for Final Cut Pro X.
Summary: I had used Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac for one year and this month, I also tried Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac. To be honest, they are both unexceptionable. But through comparison, I find there are some common points and small differences between them. Who will be the winner of this comparison? This article is specially for that.
Recently, Ice Bucket Challenge is gaining its popularity. More and more people including some popular stars and even former American president George W Bush begin to join this activity. The Ice Bucket Challenge, sometimes called the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, is an activity which is to dump a bucket of ice water on someone's head to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and encourage donations to the disease research.
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