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Convert P2 MXF files to MOV for Premiere Pro CS6 on Mac


KDE - Oct 23 2012
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Question:Convert P2 MXF files to MOV for Premiere Pro CS6 on Mac

Summary: Follow this guide to know the easy way to transcode P2 MXF file to Adobe Premiere on Mac with MOV or WMV format for editing.

Adobe Premiere CS6 for Mac is one of the most popular editing software on Mac, many photographer use it to edit high-definition videos recorded by cameras and camcorders.

http://www.pavtube.com/mxf-converter-mac/

Do you own a Panasonic P2 camcorder? Panasonic p2 series camcorders are professional camcorders which can help us record vivid HD video footages. Recognized globally as the industry's premier digital camcorder, Panasonic P2 has established itself as an indispensable acquisition tool delivering the distinct, prized look of film. P2 recorded files are extremely excellent among the high-end cameras.

You may often use P2 camcorder to record full HD 1080P videos on P2 card, you will find that P2 card MXF files are not supported by Adobe Premiere CS6 and many software on Mac, such as Final Cut Pro (X), iMovie, Final Cut Express, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, etc.

You may have the need to import P2 card file to Premiere Pro CS6 on Mac, as MXF format is not supported, you need to convert Panasonic P2 card MXF files to Adobe Premiere CS6 supported video formats, such as MOV or WMV, Pavtube P2 MXF to Adobe Premiere CS6 Converter will help you, you can follow the steps below to transcode P2 card MXF to MPEG-2, MOV or WMV for Adobe Premiere CS6 on Mac.

1. Download, install and launch Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac.

Once launched the program, click "Add Video" button to load your P2 card MXF clips. You are allowed to add multiple files to convert at a time.

2. Select output format.

Click on the dropdown menu of "Format" and select "Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > MPEG-2 (*.mpg)", or "WMV (VC-1) (*.wmv)", or "MOV (AVC)(*.mov)" as target format for editing Panasonic P2 MXF in Premiere Pro CS6.

3. Adjust video and audio parameters.

Click "Settings" button to customize the output video and audio settings by yourself. But if you are not good at it, you'd better use the default parameters, they will ensure you a good balance between file size and image quality basically. You can change the resolution, bitrate, frame rate as you need.

4. Click convert button to start to transcode P2 card recorded MXF to Premiere Pro CS6 compatible format on Mac with this best P2 card Mac converter.

With the Mac P2 card file to Premiere converter, you can easily convert P2 card MXF file on Mac, you can convert P2 card MXF to MOV or WMV or other formats with best video and audio quality. If you need more solutions for your P2 MXF video, you can also follow the MXF to Mac column to find more solutions for your P2 card MXF files.





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