Showing posts with label mxf converter. Show all posts
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Friday, December 13, 2013

Buy 20% off MXF Converter Free Get MKV Converter, FLV/F4V Converter, MOD/TOD Converter

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This Christmas, Pavtube launched the most fantastic specials ever including their most competitive product – MXF Converter (Mac version). It offers us an efficient way to transfer/convert MXF files to smartphones, tablets, PC/Mac, HD media players, game consoles, and home theatre systems with a reasonable price.

People who ordered MXF Converter can get any of the following programs for free:

1. MKV Converter (Mac version)
Design specially to help users converting MKV files to various formats.
2. FLV/F4V Converter (Mac version)
Convert FLV/F4V unprotected flash videos downloaded from Youtube, Hulu, etc.
3. MOD Converter (Mac version)
An ideal tool for users of JVC (such as JVC Everio GZ-MG330), Panasonic, and Canon MOD Camcorders to edit and convert MOD videos
4. TOD Converter (Mac version)
Converting HD *.tod footages shot by JVC cameras to other formats.

About Pavtube MXF Converter

Pavtube MXF Converter is a smart tool to help users preview/convert MXF footages in interlaced/progressive from Sony, Panasonic and Canon cameras. It integrates many presets suitable for different using. 

Online user manual:

What is a MXF file?

MXF is an acronym for Material Exchange Format. The MXF file format was designed by the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.

Files that contain the .mxf file extension are often referred to as the digital equivalent of video tape. These files contain video and audio data as well as other data bitstreams. They can be used in video recorders, cameras and on computers.
The MXF file format is a container format and MXF files can be converted into other video formats when needed. However, the proper video codec must be present in order to play the video that is contained in the MXF container file.

Typical camera/camcorder models that shoot footages in MXF:

Canon XF series; Panasonic P2 camcorders, AG series; part of Sony XDCAM camcorders, etc.

As the Christmas is on the way, many of you may probably want to record the happy time together with family, memorize kid’s anniversary, etc. However, these footages in MXF format cannot be playback on PC/Mac nor tablets/smartphones directly; they also need rendering when loading to NLEs like Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Premiere Pro, etc. (suppose you program is updated to be support MXF format). Rendering always makes your footage less sharp in quality and it takes too much time to accomplish this: about 2~3 hours for every video. 

In consideration of this, Pavtube Studio released the latest version of MXF Converter to help user easily convert MXF to needed formats in one go. For people who are not very tech-savvy, you can simply quick locate the proper preset with best video settings on your device model/program version – it make things much easier. iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows smartphones/tablets, Xbox, PS3, HD media players, all of them has its unique presets.

In this latest version of MXF Converter, users are able to edit (crop/trim) source MXF video, adjust output video settings, change video aspect ratio, add *.srt/*.ass/*ssa subtitles to video, edit V/A separately and change interlaced video to progressive – that is to say, smooth your footage without little waves in the middle of picture. For people who want to enjoy the ultimate videos in 3D devices, it also provides 3D profiles with videos in Anaglyph 3D, Side-by-Side 3D and Top-Bottom 3D.

Pavtube studio now is applying to upgrade this MXF Converter to a professional tool to meet all kinds of user requirements. Any questions/advice can be posted to (windows) or (Mac) for help.

Besides, what is a big improvement to this program, Pavtube also released a Pro version of it: MXF MultiMixer(Windows) & iMixMXF (Mac). This pro version does not only integrates all the features of MXF Converter, but also add support to output video in MKV/MP4/MOV(ProRes only available for Mac version) with multiple audio tracks. That means you can keep the most of your audio tracks when shooting with professional camcorders.

Guide: How to convert multi-track MXF files with MXF MultiMixer/iMixMXF

About Pavtube Studios

Founded in 2007, Pavtube creates expert multimedia software applications that help consumers access, transfer and share their digital content across different devices that range from PC, Mac, tablets, smartphones, to HD media players, game consoles, and home theatre systems.

On the basis of computer OS, Pavtube products are divided into two categories - Windows solutions and Mac solutions, spanning across BD/DVD backing up, video trans-coding, camera/camcorder footage and DVR recordings (e.g. TiVo) conversion.

With creativity, expert knowledge as well as cutting-edge technology, Pavtube helps consumers throughout the world enjoy more in a digitally connected audio-visual world. See for more information.

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Monday, September 2, 2013

Best Multi-track MXF Converter Review: Which one is the best multitracks MXF Converter?

Summary: If you want to convert multi audio channels P2 MXF/MXF to MOV, MP4 or MKV format and want to keep multi audio channels, a professional multitracks MXF Converter is needed. Which one is the best multitracks MXF Converter? Pavtube, Bigasoft, Wondershare or Aiseesoft? The article will help you.

Material Exchange Format, commonly abbreviated to MXF, is a container file format for the exchange of program material between servers, tape streamers and to digital archives. It is an uncompressed format that can bundle together multiple video, audio and program data, which makes a lossless file format with large size. So it is widely used in high definition camcorders like Panasonic P2 Pro AG-HPX600, AG-HPX500, AG-HPX170, AG-HPX171, AG-HVX200, AG-HVX201, AG-HPX300, AG-HPX370/371, AJ-HPX3700, AJ-HPX3000, AJ-HPX3100, AJ-HPX2700, AJ-HPX2000, AJ-HPX2100, etc.

“I have an .MXF video that was recorded with two microphones that play on different channels. I had 2 mics hooked up to my camera. At the beginning of the video {at 4 seconds}, while the person in the video is standing there, a person behind the scenes is asking him a question. Then, when you see the person in the video talking {at 9 seconds} you should hear his voice. 

If convert the .MXF file to MP4 and play, you can hear the person behind the scenes ask the question, but not hear the person in the video talking. See my MP4 example. If convert the .MXF file to .MOV and play, you CAN NOT hear the question being asked and can hear the person in the video talking. See my MOV example. If I try to import either video into video editing programs like Pinnalce Studio 15, Sony Vegas, Magix, I only get the one side of the conversation. 

So, something seems the conversion process is dropping the other audio. Make more sense now?”

Suppose that you have shot an interview with movie star, sport star or CEO of corporation for television program, but when you convert these P2 MXF files to other formats for further playback or editing, you always encounter some problems like no audio in output files, only one channel of audio in output files. It is so annoying! To find the proper MXF converter for help is the key. When you search it in google, you may find lots of software, like Bigasoft, Wondershare, Aiseesoft. However, when you try them, you may always have the problem of no audio in output files and they cannot support to output all the channels of audio. 

Here Pavtube MXF MultiMixer (For Mac: iMixMXF) is the best choice for you. It will help to import MXF files and convert to various video formats compatible to playback or editing. And what’s more, it also supports to convert to MKV, MP4, MOV with multiple audio channels and mix multiple audio channels into one for output. Now let me show you how it works.

Go to download powerful multitracks MXF Converter and get it installed.

1. Import P2 MXF files to MXF Converter.

As all the P2 MXF recordings will be stored in P2 card with a special folder structure. The video and audio are stored in two different folders separately. You will get the video in video folder while all the audio channels in audio folder. So please make sure to keep the video and audio folder structure intact when loading.

p2 mxf folder

Then drag and drop the video into the software directly. Or you can choose to click “Add video” or “Add from folder” button to browse your computer and select the MXF source to import.

 pavtube multi-track mxf converter

Note: When you import the MXF files in video folder, the software will automatically recognize and load all the corresponding audio channels. Do not need to manually load multiple audio channels, which avoid the problem of no audio in output files. Click “Show selected task properties” you are able to see the detailed properties of video and audio.

But some other software like Bigasoft, the audio cannot be recognized and imported automatically, and the same to Wondershare, Aiseesoft.

bigasoft mxf converter 

2. Choose Multi-track output format.

In Format dropdown list, there is a Multi-track Video catalogue. You can choose Multi-track MKVMulti-track MP4 orMulti-track MOV according to your need. Any of them will keep all the multiple audio channels separate in output video so that you can select any desired audio channel when playing or editing it.

convert multi audio channels mxf to mov, mp4, mkv

3. Adjust output settings and Mix into one channel.

Click “Settings” button to change the video and audio parameters and uncheck the audio channel for output. And every audio channel is checked by default.

If you want to merge all the multiple audio channels or some selected audio channels into one channel for output video, just go to check “Mix into one track” on the left bottom.

choose audio files you want

4. Start multi audio channels MXF conversion.

Before conversion, you should “Borwse” the path for output files. Now click “Convert” button to start converting multi audio channels P2 MXF to MOV, MP4, MKV and keeping multi audio channels.

Note: If you have imported several MXF file and want to merge them into one big output file, check “Merge into one file” on the main interface before conversion.

Besides converting to multi-track videos, it still supports to convert MXF to other many other video formats with one desired audio channel. And that is exactly what Pavtube MXF Converter can do for you as well. If you have no need for preserving multiple audio channels and mixing multiple audio channels into one channel, you just want to convert MXF files to other formats with proper audio. Choosing MXF Converter will meet all your need, especially you won’t suffer the problem with no audio. And you can learn more information about how to convert P2 MXF/MXF files on Win/Mac

Don’t worry about the problem about converting MXF files. No matter you wan to select keep all the audio channels separate for output or want to mix them into one channel, the software can help to get all of them done. Go to have a try now!

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