MXF Converter Mac, convert and play MXF files on Mac OS X

MXF Converter Mac is designed to convert MXF video files for Mac OS from Sony and Panasonic camera, including Sony XDCAM, Panasonic P2 502, HVX200. So that it’s possible to play MXF files with QuickTime/ iTunes once convert MXF to MOV, MP4, MPG or DV successfully! In addition, you can also edit MXF files in iMovie, FCE, FCP on Mac OS to make Hollywood-like movies!

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Tutorial: How to convert Sony/Panasonic MXF files on Mac OS?
Step 1: Download MXF Converter Mac and install it on your Mac, after that load MXF files to the program.

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Step 2: Click format list to select the video format you’d like to get from MXF files, e.g. MOV or MP4, which are both universal video format that can be played with all the media players, compatible with all of the video editors such as windows live movie maker, iMovie, final cut pro, adobe premiere pro, etc…

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Step 3: Press Convert button, now you can start converting MXF files to QuickTime .mov on Mac OS X.

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The purpose of MXF video converter is to bridge the gap between MXF video and web, media devices and video editors, with MXF video converter you can convert MXF video to any format you want, to upload MXF to YouTube, Vimeo or other video sharing site, convert MXF to flv will make a wise decision, to edit MXF files in incompatible video editors like iMovie or final cut pro, convert MXF to mov will do.

What is MXF file?
MXF stands for the Material Exchange Format and is a container format for professional digital video and audio media defined by a set of SMPTE standards.

What is the current status of MXF?
MXF is in the process of evolving from standard to deployment. The breadth of the standard can lead to interoperability problems as vendors implement different parts of the standard. Currently,MXF is fairly effective at the interchange of D10 (IMX) material, mainly because of the success of the Sony eVTR and Sony’s eVTR RDD to SMPTE. Workflows combining the eVTR, Avid NLE systems, and broadcast servers using MXF in coordination with AAF are now possible.

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