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 Edit Canon C300 Mark II 4K MXF in Premiere Elements

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PostSubject: Edit Canon C300 Mark II 4K MXF in Premiere Elements    Fri Jul 24, 2015 12:35 am



Edit Canon C300 Mark II 4K MXF in Premiere Elements

Summary: Canon C300 Mark II camera records 4K videos in using XF-AVC codec, and H.264 format in MXF wrapper, but the only problem is, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 has not yet been accepted by Adobe Premiere Elements. If you want to edit 4K MXF files in Premiere Elements, keep reading.

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Canon C300 Mark II is a hot camcorder on the market, since it released it has attracted great attention due to its excellent hardware equipment. It features a Super 35mm CMOS sensor, which will help you to record 4K, 1920*1080 60/50i, 23.98/25p True 24p videos. With C300 Mark II you can record high quality videos, it delivers the highest image quality with its XF Codec–the same codec used by other Canon XF professional camcorders.

Though Canon C300 Mark II camcorder can help you to record high quality 4K MXF footages, but usually it can make video editing a real nightmare: "I've got a ton of Canon C300 Mark II footage that I'm trying to import the C300 Mark II 4K MXF files to Premiere Elements 13 for further editing. Since the files come out natively as MXF, Premiere Elements 13 couldn't recognize these files at all, let alone do the polishing work. What should I do?"

Currently 4K footage is not widely supported yet. Afterwards, when you got a pile of MXF files from Canon C300 Mark II, there's no luck Premiere Elements can support all of your media. To fix the problem, you can change your MXF file extension to MPG. If the method doesn't work, there is also an easy way to fix the issue. The easy option is to convert MXF to Premiere supported file format like MPEG-2, WMV. Actually, it's not as difficult as you imagine. What's need is just a common video converter like Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac (review), which can help you transcode MXF to MPEG-2 video with maximum editing quality and efficiency when working with Premiere Elements under Mac OS X El Capitan.

Supported Devices
- High Definition Camcorders : XF305, XF300, XF205, XF200, XF105, XF100, XA25, XA20, XA10, etc.
- Cinema EOS Cameras : EOS C500, EOS C300, EOS C300 Mark II, EOS C100, EOS C100, Mark II, EOS-1D C, XC10, etc.
- PowerShot Cameras : All the models

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How to convert Canon C300 Mark II 4K MXF footage to Premiere Elements?

Step 1: Click "Add video" button to load Canon C300 Mark II MXF files or directly drag the files into file list. By default, the files are selected. You can delete files which you don't want to import to.

Step 2: Click the "Format" drop-down menu to select suitable format as output. There are many presets here. Here you're suggested to choose "Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas>>MPEG-2 (*.mpg)".

Step 3: When all set done, simply press big "Convert" button on the right bottom of the program to finish the transformation of MXF to MPEG-2 format with high output quality and fast conversion speed.

OK, everything is ready, you can get the generated files by clicking "Open" button and instantly edit Canon C300 Mark II 4K MXF files in Premiere Elements.

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Source: http://lovecamcorder.tumblr.com/post/124227508157/convert-mxf-to-premiere-elements
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