Is there anybody know much about the Sony PMW-300K1 camera and also know how to ingest MXF files to Sony Vegas Pro and Sony Movie Studio. Come on guys! Today here we are going to find the best solution on how to ingest Sony PMW-300K1 MXF to Sony Vegas Pro/Sony Movie Studio. Cause MXF is not so natively for us to edit in these two popular editing apps. May be you are still not be troubled with such questions or not familiar with the Sony PMW-300K1 camera.
Something we should know if we are interested in Sony PMW-300K1 camera.
Sony's PMW-300K1 XDCAM camcorder is the follow up to the EX3. It captures professional-level 4:2:2 MPEG-2 footage at 50 Mbps. The high bit rate ensures excellent capture of fast moving objects, while its chroma subsampling feature is perfect for a wide range of video recording situations.
How to make Sony PMW-300K1 MXF files be friendly with Sony Vegas Pro and Movie Studio?---Pavtube MXF MultiMixer
I have to admit here especially for Sony , it indeed has some third-party apps that may make the MXF accepted by Sony Vegas Pro or Sony Movie Studio, but if you have worked with these plug-ins you will find they have no stable ability or something wrong each time you worked. Looking for some best solutions, maybe Pavtube MXF MultiMixercan be a good assistant to handle the work well.
Notes: This MXF converter program has the biggest highlight---multi-track audio supported with output videos for you. On the hand, if it is not so necessary to you, you can surely choose another product, Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac
Step-by-step guide we ought to learn to get more details:
Download and install this program according to its instructions on your computer, what you have to do nest id importing your MXF source clips in with 'Add vdieo' item. They will be listed on left, tick on what you need to change and open the 'Format' output list on the left of the preview window. Nearly at the bottom of the list, we could find the suitable one we want, 'Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas'>>'MPEG-2 (*.mpg) there we consider as the most compatible one.
Tips: For those advanced users, you can at the same time find the 'Multi-track Video' to output multi audio tracks. You won't miss it, right?
After that, you must be interested in the items listed on the main interface, such as the 'Settings' or 'Edit' , right? Take it easy, let me introduce their functions one by one. In 'Settings', we can change our output video codec and video size, also, bitrates, frame rate and audio channel is included. Just set them in an appropriate default or you won't get the best effects you want.
While in 'Edit', you can choose the 'normal mode' and 'advanced mode', in the preview window, you can know the comparison when you do some adjustments. For example, 'Trim' to decide where to start and where to end. 'Crop' to drop off some edges you unwanted. So now you must know why we sometimes call this converting program as a 'Tiny Editor'.
Back to the main interface, 'Convert' is waiting there for us to decide whether it is the right time to start the conversion work. Finally, welcome to offer us some other advice and questions.
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