‘Hi there, I’m recently troubled in importing my Sony PMW-320 DV footage to Final Cut
Express for editing, such as the ‘unsupported’ or ‘errors’ always appeared on my screen. Any good suggestions there I can take to edit my DV files in FCE with no issues?’
Question: ‘Hi, I am using a FCP 7 Studio. I recently
bought a Sony PMW 300K1 camcorder. The MXF files coming out of this camera are not recognized by FCP 7. Is there a way to handle this without converting the files? Is it possible to edit MXF
files on FCP X directly?’
Answer: If you want to edit Sony PMW-300 MXF footage in FCP X, you will need to use the Sony XDCAM Transfer Utility to rewrap the PMW-300 XDCAM MXF into QuickTimes files. However, due to different computer environments, this would not always work as expected. In this case, you will need to convert Sony PMW-300 XDCAM MXF to Apple ProRes for FCP as we should know the best supported video formats fot FCP.
Meeting the issues when importing the Sony F3 XDCAM EX MP4 recordings to
Premiere Pro CC/CS for further editing? Don’t worry too much, here we are going to offer you guys the efficient ways to convert XDCAM MP4 to MPEG-2 MPG in Premiere Pro CC/CS in order to solve the
issues. Let’s check the solutions below
‘What plug-in do I need to install so I can import and edit .MXF video
files in Final Cut. The suggestion of doing Log and Transfer doesn't work (the .MXF files are gray out not allowing me to select it.). So what does this situation exactly mean?’ In the following
article, we are glad to introduce you some efficient ways to solve the problems when editing Sony PMW-500 MXF recordings in FCP 6/7 with ProRes 422/4444/LT
Notes: Final Cut Pro supported video formats we should know for a first step.
Right place you have come here if you were confused in importing your MXF
recordings to Premiere Pro CC for editing! After reading some useful MXF tips in the following guide, I’m sure you will fall in love with this kind of high
definition formats. This topic covers why Premiere Pro CC can’t import MXF files and explains how to resolve this problem by transcoding MXF footage to a native format supported by Premiere Pro