The XF305 is one of Canon's first file-based professional camcorders, combines an MPEG-2, 50Mbps, 4:2:2 codec with a Canon L-series lens and 3 Full HD CMOS sensors for superb HD video stored on CF card. The multiple recording bit rates, resolutions and variable frame rates of XF305 attracts attention of professionals to work in virtually any production environment.
Final Cut Pro is a professional video editing software developed by Macromedia Inc. and then Apple Inc, which totally support DV, HDV, DVCProHD, Apple ProRes and 2K film formats. Based on its powerful functions, users can log and transfer video onto a hard drive, where it can be edited, processed, and output to a wide variety of formats. Thus more and more people like to use it to edit video files. While users cannot import MXF files which shot by Canon XF305 to Final Cut Pro editing software, at this time, Tipard MXF Converter for Mac will be your best assistant to solve this problem. The following is a detailed step way for you to convert MXF videos to Final Cut Pro compatible formats with this MXF Converter for Mac.
Step 1: Install MXF Converter for Mac
and add videos
After free download and install Mac MXF Converter, you can click "Add File" button to add MXF files which shoted by Canon XF305, or you can directly drag MXF files to our program.
Step 2: Make personalized videos
Numersous editing features are provided for you to make a personalized video by Tipard MXF Converter for Mac. You can easily add any text or image on your video as a logo, even set their size, position and transparence; with trim function, you can set the start and end time or just dragging the slide bar to adjust the length; with merge function, you can combine several videos as a single one for better enjoyment.
Step 3: How to select output formats
If you want to convert MXF recordings to Final Cut Pro compatible formats, you need to select the correct output formats. You should click "Profile" drop-down button and select "Final Cut Pro" to choose one video format as output format according to your needs.
Step 4: Convert MXF files
After all settings are done, you can convert MXF recordings by click "Convert" button.