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Transcoding MXF AVCHD MOV DSLR from camcorder to FCP X quickly

KDE - Jan 14 2014
Question:With the increases of all kinds of camcorders, we are familiar with the more and more camera formats, such as MXF, MOV, MP4, AVCHD, XAVC, DPX, DSLR, etc. And many camcorders can supports more than one format. For instance, the JVC GY-HM650 can record video in both MPEG-2 and H.264 formats using MOV, MP4, AVCHD and MXF wrappers. However, it's not easily to edit MXF AVCHD MOV DLSR in FCP X directly.

As we know, MXF, AVCHD is not compatible formats with FCP. And though FCP X can directly import MOV, the H.264 codec makes DLSR clunky to edit in a FCP timeline with much rendering. Actually, it's most popular choice to convert camcorder formats to FCP X for easily editing. But many annoying issues, especially audio loss, file size enlargement and quality degradation are following when transcoding. In generally, quality decrease cannot be avid while the other two can be solved.What we do is to pick a converter which can guarantee quality with minimum loss and easily handle all camera formats. Luckily, Aunsoft iMedia Converter for Mac is the precisely powerful and versatile camera video formats conversion tool.

Below is a step-by-step tutorial to transcode MXF AVCHD DSLR MOV to Final Cut Pro. Let's take a look!

Step 1: Import

Click "add video" or "add folder" to load camera files. You can also directly drag files to the program. The program supports batch conversion. You can batch convert multiple formats video at one time.

Step 2: Select export format

Click the "format" and choose the "Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 HQ (*.mov)" ProRes 422 HQ is recommended here for offering sufficient video quality.

Step 3: Transcoding settings (Optional)

Click the "Settings" button to adjust output profile settings. Here your can adjust bitrates, encode, frame rate, resolution, aspect ratio, sample rate, channels, etc.

Step 4: Conversion

Click "Conversion" icon and the Aunsoft iMedia Converter for Mac will run at ultrafast speed to transfer MXF AVCHD DSLR MOV to ProRes FCP X. With just a click on "Open output folder", you can locate the export ProRes MOV easily.

Part 2: Import camera files to FCP X

To import the converted files into Final Cut Pro X. navigate to File > Import > Media. In the window that comes up select your transcoded ProRes clips. DO not check "Create Optimized Media" or "Create Proxy Media". Both of these check boxes are unnecessary because we already converted the media to ProRes which means Final Cut Pro X can use the footage without “optimizing” it. Checking this box would create a redundant and time consuming second transcode of your footage.

This conversion program can be easily found via Google with keywords "Aunsoft iMedia Converter Mac".

copy this link:aunsoft.com/iMedia-converter-mac

Answer:Through the CES 2014, Asus bring us new surprise-PadFone X. The PadFone X is a two-part device that include a smart phone with a 5-inch, 1080p display, and a separate tablet dock with a 9-inch display assembly and battery all of its own. The PadFone X runs Android 4.4 KitKat with Asus’ own ZenUI on top, offering 4G LTE-Advanced capabilities, meaning insanely-fast upload and download speeds. However, some guys think If Asus can pull off something like a tablet with a built in Apple TV that auto mirrors your phone once powered on would be a much better solution. And some movie fans think a better solution to watch and play Blu-ray/DVD on Asus PadFone X will be nice.

The latter ones are lucky. Aunsoft January sale offers iMedia Converter for Mac with Free Final Mate. Meanwhile, Blu-ray Ripper and DVD Ripper are with biggest discount up to 50% off. No matter which one you choose, you got the fastest way to watch Blu-ray/DVD on PadFone X iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPad/Air/Mini, Samsung Galaxy NotePRO/TabPRO, Kindle Fire 2.1, Surface 2.0, Blackberry, etc. Among them, the iMedia is excellent multiple video formats supported converter, which can easily convert Blu-ray/DVD to H.264 MP4 5-6X faster. Final Mate, which has the capability of saving videos with special memories and precious moments that recorded by camcorders onto DVDs will be the perfect fit.

PadFone X supports a lot of media formats including files with MP4, H.264, H.263, and MPEG-4 as video format and MP3, 3GP, AAC+, AAC as audio format. Below is a tutorial to rip Blu-ray/DVD to PadFone X H.264 MP4 for flawlessly playback with iMeda Converter for Mac. Hope it is helpful.

Step1. Copy DVD/BD movies

Load your disc to your DVD drive. Click "load files". You can also drag & drop directly. "Copy the entire disc" is for 1:1 digital copy the original file with the same content.

Step2. Choose ASUS format.

Click "Format" drop-down list to locate all the profile; choose "ASUS ->ASUS Padfone Video (*.mp4)". This option offers H.264 video profile optimized for ASUS Padfone. You Can also directly enter "ASUS" in the search bar, even faster.

Step3. Customize video specs. (Optional)

You can click "Settings" to set up video size, frame rate, bitrates and other settings.

Step4: Conversion.

Click "Conversion" icon that the Blu-ray DVD to PadFone X Ripper will rip Movies to H.264 MP4. With just a click on "Open output folder", you can locate the export MP4 quickly.

This conversion program can be easily found via Google with keywords "Aunsoft iMedia Converter Mac"

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