I was a concert director, I'm the first in China to use C300 shooting concerts, we use six C300 camera, with six SanDisk CF 64G 600X 90M / S, all the cameras did in the pre-test, I usuallyalso used C300 camera shooting TVC and movie.
Footage of a C300, C300 and five other file formats and directory are the same, but is unable to import any editing software (including FCP EDUIS,, VEGAS, AE, .....)
This is a very important camera bit, I cry .....
Attached is a picture of this directory, a "temp" is not the same as the other five C300 material, whether it is for this reason, there are still other reasons?
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Help！Can't import C300 .MXF footage in Any editing software！
Posted 28 December 2012 - 09:12 PM
Posted 30 December 2012 - 10:40 AM
You need to copy whole directory structure of the card with all the files so should use the Canon XF Utility to backup your CF cards to the computer & then import into your NLE. Premiere Pro CS6 will import without any plugin required. Final Cut & Avid require a piece of Canon software as detailed above.
Posted 31 December 2012 - 11:16 AM
Thank nigelbb&TJB，I find the problem, and the damage of the catalog file Check the attachments and because design to Canon coding, I in for help Canon, if anyone can know more about this（INDEX.MIF files garbled ）, Hope get your help！
Thinks！Happy New Year & best wishes！
Posted 04 January 2013 - 03:11 AM
......The following 1 video(s) can not be read:
Posted 26 September 2013 - 01:56 AM
as to convert MXF video file to mov formats, you can try freeware Handbrake, I have tested converting a short .mxf file to a .mov file using HandBreak. It works well on quicktime and iMovie. Handbrake also supports to convert videos of nearly all the formats. I think it may be your best selection for video converting.
Posted 09 July 2014 - 09:41 AM
I have edited Canon MXF files without a problem in Premiere, and those files where handed out in a simple folder in a hard drive... Maybe the files are corrupt?
Posted 14 August 2014 - 03:30 AM
Try using Blackmagic Resolve to convert your MXF to something you can use. We use it to convert all footage (Alexa, RED, Etc) and get it into our Avid editing systems.
It's faster than transcoding in Avid or most other programs, its compatible with almost every format, and its free.
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