How to edit Canon XC10 MXF video in FCP X? This guide will show you the best solution. Transcode Canon XC10 MXF to Apple ProRes 422 MOV. ProRes MOV is the best editing video format for Final Cut Pro X.
With the XC10 4K Camcorder from Canon, professional UltraHD 4K recording capability is presented in package ergonomically designed for handheld operation and portability. The camera incorporates a 10x f/2.8 to 5.6 SLR-style manual zoom lens with auto and manual focus capability. The 4K recording in a compact form factor is made possible by the camera’s 1″ CMOS sensor that is backed by a DIGIC DV 5 image processor. With a 4224 x 3164 total resolution, it is able to capture video at up to 3840 x 2160 and 4:3 photos in up to 12-megapixels (4000 x 3000). The 8.9 to 89mm lens yields a 35mm equivalent focal length of 27.3 to 273mm in video mode and 24.1 to 241mm in the 4:3 photo modes. Video is recorded with H.264 compression and packed in the widely supported MXF wrapper. Bitrates 35 and 50 Mbps are available for 1080i/p recording, and there are 205 and 305 Mbps modes (depending on frame rate) for UltraHD 4K.
However, with that comes a problem, more and more users have the need but have no idea how to preserve and separate audio tracks in Canon XC10 MXF for further editing on editing system like FCP X. As we know, MXF footage is not compatible with FCP X. Though Canon XC10 XF plug-in via which users can transcode MXF files, Canon XC10 MXF still often fail to be read and recognized by FCP X.
UFUSoft HD Converter for Mac provides an amazing new highlight to preserve and separate audio tracks in MXF files. To separate audio tracks in your Canon MXF files for further editing, you should encode Canon XC10 MXF to Apple ProRes 422 which is the best format to be read by FCP X.
Now, let’s enjoy the simple process to preserve and separate audio tracks in Canon XC10 MXF for Final Cut Pro X, a seemingly daunting task.
Here are 4 steps to work well with your multiple channels Canon XC10 MXF.
Step 1: Load MXF files to Canon XC10 MXF to FCP X Converter.
Download UFUSoft HD Video Converter for Mac and import Canon XC10 MXF files to it. Click “add video” (You can also drag Canon XC10 MXF files into it directly.)
Step 2: Choose the output format
Click the “Format” and choose the “Final Cut Pto -> Apple ProPres 422 (*.mov)” files as the output format.
Step 3: Preserve and Separate audio tracks by clicking “settings”
Click “settings” to preserve and separate audio tracks from original audio tracks as you need.
Step4: Convert Canon XC10 MXF files to Apple ProRes 422 MOV for FCP X.
Click “Start Conversion” icon. UFUSoft HD Converter for Mac will convert Canon XC10 MXF to Apple ProPres 422 MOV for FCP X at high speed. So here, everything is all done, easier than you expect.