Due to format compatibility issues, Canon camera and camcorder owners are always having troubles importing Canon footage to video editors for native editing. Yes Canon offers plug-ins e.g. XF utility to help users import camera video clips, but only with very limited success. To make things much easier, please read through our Canon Column page and find out the most suitable solution to your problem. We do offer world-leading and straightforward conversion solutions for people who are using Canon XF Series Camcorders, Canon Cinema EOS Cameras, Canon EOS DSLR Cameras, Canon PowerShot Cameras, and Canon VIXIA Cameras, and wanna edit, play or burn these files as well.
Working with Canon MXF shootings has never been so easy
Solutions for Canon XF Series HD Camcorders
Canon MXF Converter – converts Canon XF100, XF105, XF300 and XF305 HD video files into a format that will be accepted by Final Cut Pro 6/7 and FCP X.
Solutions for Canon Cinema EOS Cameras
Canon Cinema Camera Converter – turns MXF media files shot by Canon C300 into iMovie and Final Cut Pro compatible files.
Convert MXF videos for editing and playback use
Canon MXF Media Converter – lets iMovie, FCE, Avid, Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas and PowerDirector recognize MXF clips shot by Canon Professional Camcorders.
Transcoding and editing Canon AVCHD MTS footage
Importing MVI & MOV files – the fastest and easiest way
Solutions for Canon EOS Digital SLR Cameras
Canon H.264 MOV Converter – transcodes H.264 MOV videos recorded by Canon 5D Mark III, T4i 650D,
T3i 600D, T2i 550D, 60D, and 60Da cameras for further edit.
Solutions for Canon PowerShot Digital Cameras
Canon MVI/MOV Converter – it’s easy to transform MVI/MOV files shot by Canon PowerShot cameras to any
format you want either for edit or playback.
The best way to burn and convert Canon shootings
Canon Video Converter – burns Canon video clips to a blank DVD and encodes Canon footage to MP4,
MPEG, AVI and WMV file types to fit different uses.