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Topic: MXF to ProRes-Convert Sony PXW-X200 MXF to FCP X Apple ProRes MOV on Mac  (Read 170 times)
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« on: February 25, 2016, 09:26:11 am »

The Sony PXW-X200 is equipped with two SxS memory card slots. The Sony X200 camcorder is compatible with SxS PRO+ and SxS-1 memory cards, XQD, SDXC and SDHC cards can be also used with an appropriate card adaptor. As well as shooting at XAVC HD, MPEG HD 422 50 Mbps and MPEG HD 420 35 Mbps, the camcorder also supports DVCAM at 25 Mbps in MXF file format and MPEG IMX at 50 Mbps in UDF mode. MPEG HD 422 gives a high quality image with more detailed colour reproduction, as well as being ideal for chromakeying.

"Do you know how to import recordings I've captured by my new camcorder- Sony PXW-X200 into FCP X? I always got an Error message in FCP X. Thank you in advance!"

As a video codec, the MPEG HD 422 50 Mbps and MPEG HD 420 35 Mbps footage captured by Sony PXW-X200 is a kind of non-standard format which is hardly supported by Final Cut Pro (FCP X, FCP 7, FCP 6). In order to load Sony PXW-X200 MXF footage into FCP X for smoothly editing, we need to rewrap or convert original 1080P MPEG files to ProRes 422 or ProRes 4444, the most compatible video codec for Final Cut Pro to afford with the help of a professional third party program.

To perform the task, the easiest way is to use HD Video Converter for Mac which can help you to convert HD MXF footage to ProRes MOV files ensuring maximum editing quality and efficiency when working with FCP (no matter FCP X, FCP 7 or FCP 6). Besides, this technical third converter offers various common video codec for editing tools, like AIC for iMovie/FCE, DNxHD for Avid, MPEG-2 for Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, .etc Read on to learn how to transcode Sony PXW-X200 MXF recordings to ProRes MOV.

Free download Sony PXW-X200 to FCP X Converter:

How to Convert Sony PXW-X200 MXF to Apple ProRes MOV for FCP X on Mac?

Step 1: Load Sony PXW-X200 MXF files

Install and run the Sony PXW-X200 MXF Converter on Mac, and then click the "Import" button to load the Sony PXW-X200 MXF files to the converter. (Drag and Drop is also a convenient way to load the videos.) You can load any HD video (XAVC, MTS, MOV, MKV, WMV) into this software, just as you needs.

Step 2: Set output format for FCP X

Click the "Profile" column to select output format "Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422" as the best compatible video format for Final Cut Pro.

Tip: Adjust the video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video&Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc. by clicking the "Settings" button on the main interface for getting the best quality.

Step 3: Sony PXW-X200 MXF to Apple ProRes codec conversion

Click the "Start" icon to convert Sony PXW-X200 MXF to Apple ProRes codec MOV on Mac.

After the Sony PXW-X200 MXF to ProRes conversion, you will be able to get the output files compatible with Final Cut Pro effortlessly. So there you have it. Pretty Simple. And now you can edit Sony PXW-X200 MXF recordings in FCP X smoothly.

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