C300 MXF files transfer to Apple Pro Res optimal for FCP 7



I'm trying to edit a project in Final Cut Pro. Footage was shot on a C300. What I need is a stable, fast and safe conversion tool to make C300 MXF transfer to Apple Pro Res optimal for FCP 7.  

However when I import the converted files into final cut pro 7 I get an error message: "The following media files are not optimized for Final Cut Pro" It is highly recommended that you either recapture the media or use the media Manager to create new copies of the files to improve their performance for multi-stream playback" The clips show up as imported but I can't view them - I get an error message "Out of Memory" When I try to drag any clip into the sequence FCP bounces me out.

In this case, TransMXF Pro for Mac provides the fastest solution to output five types of ProRes codecs optimal for FCP- ProRes 422, ProRes 422(LT), ProRes 422(HQ), ProRes 422(proxy), ProRes 444. And user can optimal profile, such as video frame rates, audio channels, etc. So I easily preview all the clips and convert MXF into Apple ProRes 422 using C300 MXF to FCP 7 Converter. I like the batch processing and joining of multiple mxf videos into one file. The editing feature to trim the recorded videos is great, as I can control the content for conversion. 

Below are 4 steps to transfer C300 MXF to FCP 7.

Step1. Accurately load C300 MXF 

Click "add video" or "add folder" to load source video. You can also drag & drop directly. 

Step2. Choose output formats

Click the format bar and select "Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 HQ (*.mov)" for Final Cut Pro. Apple ProRes 422 HQ is recommended for better video quality. 

Step3. Optimal profile

Here your can adjust audio and video bitrates, encode, frame rate, resolution, aspect ratio, sample rate, audio channels, etc.



Step4. Conversion

This MXF file converter will run conversion at super fast speed. Not for a while, you will get generated MOV with perfect video and audio synchronization for FCP. With just a click on "Open output folder", you can locate the generated ProRes MOV easily. 

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