Import/transfer MXF footage to Final Cut Express 4 for Mac OS X

Do you have some Panasonic HVX200 P2 HD .MXF files but cannot open them in Final Cut Express 4? FCE only supports DV and HDV, it doesn’t accept material from the MXF file structure, either DV or DVCPRO HD. If you want to import MXF to FCE, you should convert MXF files into a format that can be edited properly in Final Cut Express. MXF Converter for Mac is such a program that helps you convert MXF files to FCE supported video format keeping the highest quality.

Import MXF footage to Final Cut Express 4 Transfer MXF footage to Final Cut Express

Download the professional MXF Converter and install it on your Mac, launch it, now you can start to convert MXF files to AIC (Apple InterMediate Codec), QuickTime movie, MPEG-4, or DV for using in FCE 4.

Step 1: Add .mxf files
Add .mxf files to the MXF Converter, no matter which they are from Panasonic P2 card, Sony XDCAM, or Canon XF camcorders.

Add .mxf files to the MXF Converter

Step 2: MXF to FCE video
Choose the proper video format that is accepted by Final Cut Express, such as Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov). Click “Settings” button to adjust the output audio and video parameters.

MXF to FCE

Step 3: MXF files conversion
Finally, hit “Convert” button, the software will start converting MXF to AIC format. You’ll get the AIC .mov files waiting for a short while.


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