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Import media to Avid-Encode Panasonic HPX255 P2 MXF to Avid DNxHD MOV and Burn recorded MXF to DVD on Mac with 50% OFF

Summary: Follow this guide to know how to use Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac to encode Panasonic HPX255 P2 MXF to Avid DNxHD MOV for Avid Media Composer and 50% OFF burn P2 card recording MXF to DVD on Mac as 2012 Best Halloween present.

The Panasonic AG-HPX255 P2 HD Handheld Camcorder is a compact professional camcorder that offers a bounty of capabilities in a small (5.5 lb) package. The HPX255 offers 10-bit AVC-Intra recording (at both 100 and 50 Mb/s). Based on highly advanced MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 compression, this codec employs intra-frame compression, which results in a high image quality.

If you have Panasonic HPX255 P2 camcorder, you may want to import panasonic media to Avid Media Composer on Mac. But, as we know, the MPEG-4/H.264 codec and MXF format is not well supported by AMC, you will encounter P2 MXF importing and editing problems.

In order to edit your Panasonic HPX255 MXF in Avid natively, you should transcode HPX255 P2 MXF to Avid DNXHD MOV format, which is best natively supported by Avid. This article will share the way to convert P2 MXF videos and 50% OFF burn MXF to DVD on Mac at Pavtube 2012 Halloween Sale.

Part 1: Convert HPX255 MXF to Avid MC

Pavtube MXF converter for Mac is the best choice, this software can deal nearly all kinds of MXF videos, it can convert Panasonic P2 MXF files natively for Avid Media Composer on Mac, that is to convert MXF video to DNXHD codec MOV format, and then you can edit HPX255 P2 MXF files natively in Avid MC 5/5.5/6. Just take a look at the brief guide below.

1. Download Pavtube Mac MXF Converter for Avid, follow the prompts to install the program.

2. Click “Format” bar to determine output format. For natively editing in Avid, you are recommended to choose Avid Media Composer -> Avid DNxHD (*.mov), this format is best for Avid Media Composer native editing.

3. If you would like to customize the video and audio parameters, you can click “settings”, adjust the parameters as you want, like Video Codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, Audio codec, sampling rate, bit rate, channels.

4. Click “Convert” to start to convert Panasonic HPX255 P2 MXF to Avid Media Composer DNXHD codec for native editing on Mac.

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Part 2: How to burn HPX255 MXF to DVD on Mac with 50% OFF Halloween Special Offer 2012?

Now pavtube DVD Creator for Mac adds support for MXF files burning, it can burn single file or folder structure videos, you can burn Panasonic HPX255 P2 MXF to DVD in few steps, just follow it:

1. Install Pavtube DVD Creator for Mac, connect your DVD Writer and insert a blank DVD. Add your MXF videos into the free DVD Creator for Mac

2. Edit movie clip and Customize your DVD menu. You can edit your videos with trim, crop, watermark, effect settings, audio replacing settings features.

3. Preview Created DVD-Video and click burn button to start burning.

For detail steps, you can take this Free Burn Halloween Video to DVD guide as example. Now Pavtube starts the Halloween half-price promotion, you can get 50% off on this excellent DVD Creator for Mac. Click below:

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