Quick way to play and edit Canon XF100 MXF files in CyberLink PowerDirector 12

CyberLink PowerDirector 12, the latest PowerDirector release, is the first consumer video editing software supporting multiple angles editing up to 4 cameras, which makes it powerful versatile editing tool. Quite a few video professionals are in favor of it.

As a typical use, this guide help you simple and fast transcode Canon XF100 MXF files to CyberLink PowerDirector 12 with Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac, a professional to fast convert/batch convert MXF footage from HD camcorders.

Here are 4 easy steps to convert Canon XF100 MXF files to CyberLink PowerDirector 12.

PS: The guide is also well suit for importing universal MXF from HD camcorders including other Canon XF series, Panasonic P2 abd Sony XDCAM to CyberLink PowerDirector.

Step 1: Add Canon XF100 MXF recordings to Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac

Launch Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac, import MXF files to it. Click “add video or drag MXF files into file area.

Step2: choose MOV(AVC)(*.mov) as output format

Text MOV in the search box and choose MOV(AVC)(*.mov) as output format. This H.264 MOV Video for NLE is recommended because PowerDirector 12 can load MOV files instantly.
Tips: you can also convert MXF to AVI, MP4, MPG and other compatible formats for PowerDirector.

Step3: Set audio and video profile

The default profile will keep high quality of output H.264 MOV for PowerDirector 12 for further editing. You can click the triangle icon to open the options to set profile like video Bitrate.

Step 4: Click “Convert” icon to convert Canon XF100 MXF files

Click the convert icon to run conversion processing. Soon after, MXF to H.264 MOV conversion will be completed.

So with TransMXF Pro for Mac, edit XF100 footage in CyberLink PowerDirector 12 is really easy and fast.

Due to the powerful new capabilities of TransMXF Pro for Mac, you can also:
1. Preserve and mix multiple audio tracks in MXF recordings
2. Convert/ merge MXF files to QuickTime Movie DVCPRO DTSC MOV, DV MOV, DVCPRO50 MOV, Avid DNxHD MOV, Apple ProRes MOV and etc.

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