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Canon C300 MXF to FCP - Convert Canon C300 mxf files to ProRes for FCP

The Canon EOS C300 is a digital cinema camera in the Cinema EOS range, it's a popular professional camcorder which released not long ago, this camcorder is for professional use like record vivid high-definition videos. But as the MXF is Canon C300 recorded video files format, there are also many problems with it. MXF is good to record videos, but is not easy to use because many editing software and devices can't read MXF format videos, such as Apple Final Cut Pro, iMovie, etc.

To solve the problem that import Canon C300 MXF files into Final Cut Pro for editing, you may need a professional MXF to FCP Converter for Mac to convert Canon C300 mxf to FCP .mov and then import it into fcp directly. Here we recommend a tool name Canon C300 MXF to FCP Converter for Mac which can convert Canon C300 mxf to FCP .mov within several simple clicks and with fast speed and high quality.

Canon C300 MXF to FCP Converter for Mac is a professional MXF Converter for Mac, with the powerful tool you can convert Canon C300 MXF to FCP directly by yourself, not only can do this, it also can convert Canon MXF files to other popular format videos like avi, mp4, mpeg, wmv, asf, 3gp, etc. You can enjoy your mxf files by your devices at anywhere anytime with the best Canon C300 MXF Converter for Mac, just free download and try it now!

How to convert Canon C300 .mxf files to FCP .mov on Mac OS X?

Step 1: Add mxf video files
Free download, install and run Canon C300 MXF file to FCP Converter for Mac, then click "Add Video" button to select your mxf files that need to be converted from the "file type" list in the pop-up window.
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Step 2: Choose output format .mov
Choose the file, click "Profile" drop-down button to choose the format you need, here we choose .mov format.

Step 3: Convert
When you get ready to convert the added Canon C300 MXF videos on Mac, Click the "Convert" button to start conversion

Step 4: Import Canon C300 MXF conversion video to FCP
At the end just import the conversion Canon C300 MXF video to Apple Final Cut Pro directly.
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