Bringing Canon’s expertise and decades of experience designing sensors, lenses, image processing and design to the world of motion picture capture, the EOS C300 camera has been designed to meet the demanding needs of cinema industry professionals, providing a modular, portable and eminently adaptable system of cameras, lenses and accessories built for moviemaking in the 21st century.
Many users have problems when importing Canon C300 MXF to FCP 6/7/X. How to edit Canon C300 MXF in FCP? Why FCP X can’t import C300 video files? If I plan to transcode Canon C300 video for FCP, which software should I choose? And how to use it? Please show me a guide help me import and edit Canon C300 video in FCP.
“I recently purchased a Canon C300 HD Camcorder and currently using Final Cut Pro X, but I can not load MXF footages to FCP X, can you help?”
“I’m using FCP 7. I haven’t found a way to bring MXF files into FCP. It’s kind of a pain, I’d prefer we were using the same files. Can I import and work with Canon C300 MXF in FCP?”
Canon C300 video format is MXF. FCP doesn’t support Canon C300 MXF video importing. For importing C300 video to FCP, you have to convert C300 video to Apple ProRes 422 or Apple ProRes 4444 for FCP 7 and FCP X. And UFUSoft MXF Converter for Mac – Canon C300 to FCP Converter is your best choice to transcode Canon C300 video to Apple ProRes video for FCP.
Step 1. Install the Mac MXF to Apple ProRes converter on your Mac. Run it and import your MXF footage into this program.
Step 2. Choose Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) as output.
Step 3. Start converting Canon C300 MXF recordings to ProRes by clicking the “Convert” button.
Now, just wait until the conversion finished, then, you can easily import ProRes MOV files into FCP for editing. Hope the MXF to FCP converter for Mac really helps.