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Pavtube MXF Converter, as the best MXF Converter, P2 MXF Converter and MXF Joiner, is an ideal tool for camcorder users who have a professional camcorder like Panasonic P2, Canon XF, Sony XDCAM HD, or any other camcorder that shoots videos in MXF format.It can help you easily transcode MXF/P2 MXF recordings to editable formats for further editing in various video editing programs including Sony Vegas, Pinnacle Studio, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere, Windows Movie Maker, Magix Movie Edit Pro, Cyberlink PowerDirector, Ulead DVD MovieFactory and more without any trouble. What’s more, it can automatically deinterlace 1080i MXF footages to bring a better and clearer video effect for you without any distorted/glitchy problem. In addition, Pavtube MXF Converter takes full advantage of NVIDIA CUDA and AMD APP (ATI Stream) technology to largely accelerate conversion speed. The GPU acceleration saves users lots of time when using H.264 codec to do format conversion.

Video Transfer Tutorial

1. Final Cut Pro X Importing

2. Final Cut Pro 7 Transferring

3. Avid Media Composer Importing and Managing

Convert MXF to Final Cut Pro (X) Support Format

Convert MXF to iMovie/Final Cut Express Compatible Format

Convert MXF to Avid Media Composer Friendly Format

Transcode MXF to Other Editing Software Compatible Format

Transcode MXF to Different File Formats

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  1. Chandan

    It’s not because of ineinrta, it’s because of infrastructure and capital investment. Inertia. Think how more efficient a library would become. It could be instantly distributed to anywhere the BBC (for example) wanted it to be. And they could dictate formats overnight.Maybe the BBC is too conservative (perish the thought!) or maybe no-one wants to be the one to launch a big IT project (how is your NHS electronic care records system coming along?). Funny thing is that I actually don’t dislike FCP X. My main problem is that Apple is masquerading it as a “Pro” product and – as in the cases mentioned above – it isn’t. Yet. I (as someone who hasn’t even used it) agree. Apple should have made FCP 7 generally available for another 12 months. As it is, people feel forced to make a decision on what is here right now.I will probably get it for home when I get a new iMac (my FCE projects are generally self-contained and, once finished, I like to ditch the original footage to save space) but I wouldn’t think of transitioning at work for at least another year.

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