I had longed for Canon EOS C300 since the Canon news was published. Last month, I finally bought it! In a word, this camcorder is truly amazing and didn't let me down. It is a meaningful product because it's a Canon's public professional camcorder which is able to output XAVC and MXF with 4096*2160 and 3840*2160 high quality. Its 500/600 Mbps can realize the sampling of 4:2:2 10 bit, which is really amazing for portable camcorders!
Last week, I used it to record my trip to Europe. There are so many videos during the travel. And when I was to transcode Multi-track MXF source to Quicktime from Canon EOS C300, a big problem came. I found lots of software doesn't support the conversion of multi-track MXF. They just can't keep the 4 channels of multi-track MXF from EOS C300 to Quicktime but turned out to be only one channel with the output videos!
Fortunately, I found a piece of fantastic software which is able to convert multi-track MXF from Canon EOS C300 MXF – Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac.
Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac is a satisfying application which mainly focuses on the conversion from MXF to many different popular formats, such as MOV, MP4, AVI, SWF and so on. One of its distinguished features is that it is able to convert multi–track MXF files. It exports and preserves MXF 2, 4, 8 or more audio channels as individual, and outputs and?mixes selected MXF audio streams into one. This is what I dream for!
Moreover, Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac supports to split and merge MXF files in conversion and you may edit your MXF files in this software!
Now, let me roughly share my experience of operating this nice application.
Step one. Add or drag it to its interface. In the meanwhile, preview is also allowed before the conversion of 4 channels multi-track MXF to ProRes.
Step two. Select the output format you need. I chose the Multi-track Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov), because it is a format allowing multi-track!
Step three. Check the setting. You may change the codec, size, bitrate, frame rate of the video and the codec, sample rate, bitrate, and channel of its audio. I also checked all 4 channels about it since I want to get multi-track ProRes!