This is a tutorial to quickest convert Canon C300 files
for FCP7, AVID and Smoke for video
My source footage comes from all main cameras - All Canon's and Sony professional camera's. The videos are about corporate Video, Internal communications, corporate events etc. I've used between 15 to 20 software converters - all have pro's and cons many converters to convert to ProRes, Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac is by far the quickest. What's more, the program can convert MXF to ProRes with 2, 4, 8 or more audio tracks when you need to edit with MXF in FCP 7.
Follow the steps:
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Step1. Accurately load source MXF file
Click "add video" or "add folder" to load MXF file. You also can drag MXF to this MXF viewer directly.
In order to avoid of no audio when you edit C300 MXF video in Smoke, you'd better to preview loaded MXF files in the preview window to guarantee the output encoded MOV files will also be with sound.
Step2. Choose output format
For FCP, you can choose "Multi-track Video -> Multi-track Apple ProPres 422(*.mov)" or "Apple ProRes 422 HQ(*.mov)"
For Avid and Autodesk Smoke, you can select "Avid Media Composer -> Avid DNxHD (*.MOV)"
Click "format". Under the Avid Media Composer list, you can quickly pick Avid DNxHD (*.MOV) for Smoke. You can directly enter Avid in the search bar, even faster.
Step3. Set audio and video profile
Before transcoding C300 MXF contents to FCP 7, Avid or Smoke, you can set video and audio profile for output MOV, such as video bitrate, video frame rate, video size, audio channels, etc.
Step4. Transcode C300 recordings to FCP 7/Avid/Smoke
Click "convert" button and you can get generated move file from MXF with perfect video and audio synchronization.