Convert/Transcode Canon FX100 MXF to Final Cut Pro X

I bought a Canon FX100 camcorder last week for daily video recording. I am really a green hand in this area, so I record a lot of videos everyday for practice and save them in my USB. Yesterday, I prepared to put them into my Final Cut Pro X for further postproduction. When I convert MXF files to MOV for FCP X, a new problem came - I had difficulties in converting many MXF files at the same time from my USB. But fortunately I ran into a nice converter which is able to batch convert MXF from USB to Final Cut Pro X.

 

Aunsoft TransMXF for Mac is a fantastic application with powerful functions and high performace.
It can convert MXF files to MOV, AVI, MP4, MKV and so on for many popular editing software, such as Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer and so on. It’s also able to work completely to?convert MXF for devices like iphone, ipad, Sumsang and so on.


Aunsoft TransMXF for Mac can split a long file into several short parts and keep its high quality. Also, merging into one file is allowed with this software!

 

Step one. Drag or add the MXF files directly from USB to its concise interface. (Free download Aunsoft TransMXF for Mac)

Step two. Select the output format. (I chose Apple ProRes 422 MOV, because this format is compatible to Final Cut Pro X.)

Step three. Adjust the setting with your specific needs. You may change the codec, size, bitrate, frame rate of the video and the codec, sample rate, bitrate, and channel of its audio.

Step four. If you had finished your format selecting and setting, you just need to check all the files and click the yellow arrow button to start the batch conversion of Canon FX 100 MXF from USB to Final Cut Pro X.

 

Lastly, when I put it into my Final Cut Pro X, it turns out to be in a good running.

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