Panasonic P2 series camera producing uncompromising cinematic image quality, it's great for us to use Panasonic camcorders to record vivid videos. Having a lot of P2 MXF to iMovie compatibility problems at hand? Find P2 MXF to iMovie solutions below.
You may have got a Panasonic P2 camcorder which record MXF videos. MXF video format is often used in Panasonic high-end camcorders, this format is good for keep video quality but it's not easy to use, because MXF files are not supported by many editing software on Mac and Windows, such as iMovie on Mac. You may have the need to import and edit P2 MXF in iMovie, but iMovie doesn't support P2 MXF footages directly, the best way to use MXF in iMovie is to convert P2 MXF to AIC for iMovie.
AIC (Apple InterMediate Codec) MOV format is iMovie best supported video format, so you need a P2 MXF converter for iMovie to transcode Panasonic P2 MXF to MOV (AIC or QuickTime) for iMovie, you can follow the guide below and you will know the P2 MXF to MOV conversion on Mac.
How to make P2 MXF to AIC for iMovie editing ?
Step 1. Free download Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac.
This is professional Panasonic MXF files converter which can help you convert P2 MXF to Mac compatible file, you can choose any format you want for output. Install and launch this P2 MXF converter for iMovie. Import the P2 MXF footages to Pavtube MXF converter.
Step 2. Click format column to choose the output format you need.
For editing MXF files in iMovie on Mac, you can choose "iMovie">" Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)", iMovie supports this format best.
Step 3. If you need to adjust output parameters of the MXF files, you can click "Settings" button to adjust parameters
Then you can choose the resolution, bit rate and others as you want.
Step 4. Click "Convert" button to start the Panasonic MXF files to MOV for iMovie conversion.
With the P2 MXF to iMovie converter, you can easily convert P2 MXF files to iMovie MOV format in few steps, video quality are guaranteed by the best P2 MXF converter, just try and enjoy yourself.
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