Amazing experience on uploading Canon XF305 MXF video to Youtube

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November 6, 2013 at 6:07 am #437586
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Yesterday, I shot an interesting video by Canon XF305 for Halloween broadcast and wanted to share this Canon XF305 MXF video on YouTube, I searched the Internet postings and looked for a practical conversion tool. Aunsoft TransMXF for Mac, a piece of software which is specially made for converting MXF files was recommended by some video lovers. I downloaded the free trail version to have a try. After several times of use, I totally learned how to run this software. There are some merits of it made me feel great with my MXF videos. Of course, the first and most important point is that it can convert MXF files to AVI, MPG, MP4, WMV, FLV, MKV, VOB, etc without quality losses fast. Which provide possible to put and play MXF files on popular multimedia devices, such as iPad, Galaxy Tab, iPhone, Apple TV, Xoom, Android phones, etc. Besides, Batch conversion makes it easier and more convenient for user operation. With this feature, users wiggle out of imputing videos one by one and won’t have the puzzle to upload many MXF videos to YouTube at high speed. Secondly, this software has a nice and simple interface, including graphical buttons and characters which instruct definitely for easily operation. And then, without any bundle software, it occupies less computer storage. Easy download, easy install. It is really a great conversion tool. Next, I will show my operation about how to convert MXF to MOV videos before my MXF video can upload on YouTube. Here are 3 steps:Step 1: Import MXF files to TransMXF Converter. Click “add video which can only add one file a time or “add from folder” which can select a folder and load all MXF files from it into TransMXF. Step2: Select the output format Just click “Format”, choose “HD Video” → “H.264 HD Video (*.mov)”. Step3: At the end of this, select the output route, click on “start conversion” icon in the right hand bottom corner. When everything is completed, I can click browse to open destination folder.At last, I edited the converted video with the help of TransMXF for putting it into iMovie and then cut it up to have short individual MXF videos on YouTube.Everything was done!Precisely because TransMXF is an amazing tool to convert MXF files, I would like to share it with some guys who enjoy sharing videos on the websites like me, some video editors who need converted MXF videos for editing, or some filmmakes who need to split/ merge videos. No matter who you are, if you need to convert your MXF videos, you won’t miss TansMXF. It is worth owning!

January 3, 2014 at 8:57 am #439506
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Thanks for the info! Personally I use Allok to convert my video files.

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