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Make Canon C300 Mark II 4K MXF files Editable in PluralEyes 4/3.5/3

This guide aims to teach you how to import and edit Canon C300 Mark II 4K MXF videos in PluralEyes 4/3.5/3 successfully. If you have similar issues on that, please continue to read to get the best solution to solve it.

“Hi all, is it possible to work with Canon C300 Mark II 4K MXF video recordings in PluralEyes 4? I learned that neither PluralEyes has native support for 4K format. If I insist on editing 4K MXF files with PluralEyes, is there any workaround to make it possible? Any suggestions? Thanks.”

Actually, there is a quick and easy solution to help you out. Since PluralEyes doesn't really like MXF files, we'd better batch convert Canon C300 Mark II MXF files to ProRes or WMV, the most compatible format for PluralEye before we use it. With the help of Brorsoft MXF Converter for Mac, you can easily get the job done.

It is a highly-recommended video converting tool for you to transcode MXF files to PluralEyes 3/3.5/4 compatible format like ProRes without loosing quality. What's more, the conversion is easy to handle and only with a few simple clicks, you can finish the conversion without facing any glitches. For those who wanna convert MTS to WMV for using in PluralEyes, you can get MXF Converter. Download the program and you can import and sync MTS with PluralEyes fast and seamless.

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How to convert and import Canon C300 Mark II 4K MXF files to Pluraleyes 4/3.5/3

Step 1. Install and launch the MXF converter. Click the Add button to import your C300 MK II 4K MXF videos to the program. Checking the "Merge into one file" box allows you to merge several videos into one file.

Step 2. Click "Format" bar and choose a proper target format.

a. If you are working with PulralEyes on Mac OS X, you'd better select "Final Cut Pro >> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" as output format for using C300 MK II MXF in PluralEyes with natively supported video codec.

b. For who are running on Windows with PulralEyes, HD Video -->WMV HD(*.wmv) on the dropdown menu is recommended,

Step 3. You can click "Settings" button to adjust the resolution, bitrate, etc. Just customize the parameters to meet your need. Actually, you'd better keep the original settings.

Step 4. Click "Convert" button to start converting Canon C300 MK II 4K MXF to PluralEyes friendly format.

After the conversion is finished, just run PluralEyes and import the generated ProRes or WMV files. You will find the output video work perfectly on PluralEyes 3/3.5/4.

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