This guide below offers us an easiest solution if you have no
ideas of editing Sony PDW-F850 MXF files in Sony Vegas 13.
As well as the Final Cut Pro plays an important role in Mac users’
hearts, Sony Vegas Pro is also the main character in Windows users’ life, right? With the strong ability of editing videos in perfect effects, Sony Vegas Pro is a loyal friend to
make our video life more beautiful. Unfortunately, it is a pity that we cannot natively import some videos to Sony Vegas Pro 13, MXF files from Sony PDW-F850 camera is the typical
Sony PDW-850 allowing you to shoot in a wide variety of HD and SD formats, including XAVC Intra and XAVC Long GOP, MPEG SStP 422 Lite (HDCAM SR), MPEG HD 422 and MPEG HD 420, as well as MPEG IMX and DVCAM. The PDW-850 captures movies in MXF movie format. As a container video format, we surely cannot so easily to make it friendly with Sony Vegas 13, because we all know the MPEG-2 .mpg is the most suitable one, right?
Fortunately a MXF to Sony Vegas Pro 13 converter called Pavtube MXF MultiMixer can handle this job well.( for Mac version?) We also here offer you a step-by-step guide to let you know how this converting program works:
When you download and install the MXF converter, ‘Add video’ is a nice way to load your original video clips in, only for Sony Vegas Pro13, drop down the output list, ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’>>’Mpeg-2 (*mpg) could be the suitable one. Take the screen shot as the reference.
Note: You may not know the biggest high light of this
program right? It can support the multiple audio tracks as output natively. On the output list, you must notice the ‘Multi-track Video’, Yes, for multi-track videos, don’t miss
Back to the main interface, some other efficient items you are deserved
to have a try, such as ‘Settings’ or ‘Editor’, etc. Or we can hit the ‘Convert’ to finish the preparation and get to start.
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