That's what comes up when I try to convert my EVS footage. This particular file format is MXF created by EVS XT and have MJPEG compression, widely used in sports television. What I need is to import EVS MXF to Final Cut Pro. I prefer to convert EVS XT2 MXF to Apple ProRes MOV
What is EVS XT2?
The Remarkable XT 2Production server allows broadcasters to record control and play media easily, quickly, and intelligently. EVS files are DNxHD (VC-3) wrapped in MXF op-1a.
Why is necessary to convert EVS MXF to Apple ProRes?
There are a few codecs supported by EVS via mxf. The original Photo Jpeg, MPEG2 and DVCPro all require EVS's transcode app (MediaXchange) or Telestream's Flip Factory with the proper export module.
However, MediaXchange is too expensive. Something affordable will be more helpful. So here comes Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac, which can easily transcode EVS MXF to Apple ProRes MOV, EVS MXF to Avid MOV, EVS MXF to Adobe Premiere MOV, etc. This professional EVS MXF to FCP converter is very effective and efficient, which can utilize all cores to speed up process, about 5 times faster than others. The most crucial highlight is the program will create MOV from EVS MXF with broadcast quality.
Want to convert EVS MXF to MOV with 2, 4, 8 or more audio tracks? If your MXF generated from EVS XT2 with 2 separate audio channels or more, you may have the necessary to preserve and get separate audio channels. This is the strength point of TransMXF Pro for Mac. It is also possible to combine and mix multiple MXF audio tracks into one track.