Convert MXF to Multi–Track MOV with Chennel 2 for FCP X

Summary: As we all know, there are more and more camcorders able to output MXF multi - track files. They can provide better sound enjoyment and make the sound more real when you watch the MXF videos. But with MXF multi-track videos gaining their popularity, there also appears more and more problems about the handling of them.

 

Q1: I have hundreds of MXF files and have noticed that some of them are missing sounds during the conversion. How should I do to keep the audio channels of the source videos?

 

Q2: I was converting my MXF videos and I find it there is no sound recorded on channel 2 about the output videos. Do you have any ideas how I can convert the sound on channel 2 from MXF to Multi–track MOV for FCP X?

 

Solution:
There is an increasing number of people who possess powerful camcorder which is able to output multi–track MXF with high quality. However, just as the questions above, more and more people are having difficulties in converting multi–track MXF files. Actually I had met these questions before: I was to transcode MXF to Multi–track MOV for FCP X. But I found there is always no sound recorded on the channel 2 about the output formats which really made me confused.

Fortunately I found a perfect solution. Here I want to recommend a piece of fantastic software which is able to solve this problem conveniently – Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac.

 

Next let’s know more about it:

Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac is a satisfying application which mainly focuses on the conversion from MXF to many different popular formats, such as MOV, MP4, AVI, SWF and so on. One of its distinguished features is that it is able to convert multi–track MXF files. It exports and preserves MXF 2, 4, 8 or more audio channels as individual, and outputs and mixes selected MXF audio streams into one.

 

Moreover, Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac supports to split and merge MXF files in conversion and you may edit your MXF files in this software!

 

Step one. Drag or add MXF files to the interface of it. I also preview it before the conversion from MXF to Multi–track MOV for FCP X. (You need to firstly download Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac.)

 

Step two. Select the output format. I chose the format Multi–track MOV so that I can put it into FCP X.


Step two. Select the output format. I chose the format Multi–track MOV so that I can put it into FCP X.

 

 

Step three. Adjust the setting. You may change the codec, size, bitrate, frame rate of the video and the codec, sample rate, bitrate, and channel of its audio. I checked all the channels I need especially channel 2 so that I can get the perfect sound I want!

 

Last. After I had prepared everything well, I just need to click the yellow arrow to start the conversion from Panasonic P2 Camera to Final Cut Pro/X with ProRes 422 Codec.

Aunsoft does a good job in handling P2 camera file with Final Cut Pro X!

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