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robinhan - Mon May 09, 2011 5:40 pm
Post subject: How to convert EVO files to MOV/MP4/AVI/WMV etc with EVO Con
An EVO file (Enhanced VOB) is a container format contained in HD DVD video media. It contains the actual video, audio, subtitle and menu contents in stream form. EVO files can contain video encoded in H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, VC-1, or MPEG-2 and audio encoded in AC-3, E-AC-3, Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS-HD, PCM, and MPEG-2.
What should you do when you downloaded some EVO files form HD DVD and want to edit or playback them on Mac. You may face the problem that you can't import EVO file into FCE, FCP, or iMovie for editing, and import EVO files into Quicktime and iTunes for playing on Mac.
Because of the format issues, converting EVO to other format which can be compatible with Mac software application is the key. So Mac EVO Converter is Mac users best assistant to help you convert EVO to MOV, MP4, M4V, MKV, 3GP, FLV, VOB, DV etc on Mac.
This Mac EVO Converter also enables you make some editings for your EVO files before converting EVO files. You can trim the video to be a certain length and crop the video to set the size of the screen, merge multiple videos, capture attractive images, add watermark what you want.
Now, follow the guide, converting EVO on Mac is more easy.
Step 1. Add EVO files into this EVO Converter for Mac.
Run EVO Converter for Mac. Click 'Add' button, browse the EVO files which you want to convert from your Mac.
Step 2. Choose the output format
Select the items to be converted, and click on 'Format' bar and select the format which you want to convert such as MOV, MP4, AVI, WMV etc in the pull-down list.
Step 3. Start Converting EVO files
Click the 'Convert' button to start converting EVO files on Mac. After conversion you can click the 'Open' button to locate converted video files.
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Post subject: Mac Avi to DVD - How to convert avi video to DVD on Mac
Mac Avi to DVD - How to convert avi video to DVD on Mac with Avi to DVD Creator for Mac?
Convert avi files to DVD disc on Mac is requirement for many Mac users, so that they can save their avi files for a long time and share it with many other friends. How to burn avi videos to DVD disc on Mac? Is there an easy way for Mac users to convert avi files to DVD on Mac?
AVI to DVD Converter for Mac can not only convert .avi video files to dvd, MPEG to DVD, DivX to DVD, and burn DVD movie from videos on Mac, but also can burn DVD folder to DVD, ISO file to DVD on Mac. Creating ISO file and DVD folder from various video formats are also available in this DVD creator Mac software.
Mac Avi to DVD Creator can help you convert avi files to DVD disc on Mac within several simple clicks, and with a fast speed, it is a powerful partner for you to burn avi files to DVD on Mac, just free download and try the best Avi to DVD Converter for Mac now!
How to convert Avi to DVD on Mac?
Step 1: Import Avi video into Mac DVD Creator
Free download, install and run Mac DVD Creator, then click "+" button to import Avi files or just drag Avi video files into the Mac DVD Creator.
Step 2: Select output DVD format (DVD5 / DVD9)
Set the right output DVD format that you need, just select DVD5 or DVD9.
Step 3: Start to burn Avi files to DVD
After all click the start button to burn Avi to DVD, this Mac DVD Creator provides four output options: DVD Disc, ISO file, DVD Folder (Video_TS) and DVDMedia file.
ujinwang3 - Thu Dec 11, 2014 1:06 am
Summary:In this article, you will know how to edit MP4 files smoothly without rendering in FCP 7 on Mac 10.8, just follow it!
Q1: I need to convert a 2.7k mp4 from a GoPro Hero 3 at 45mb/s to ProRes so I can edit in Final Cut 7. Which software I can use and how can I convert and keep the 45mb/s bit rate??
Q2: "Any suggestions on how to convert H.264 Mp4 files? I have a CG-10 Sanyo and that's the file it converts to, 720p. Looking to edit the footage with existing DV footage in Final Cut Pro Studio like FCP 7. "
Q3: I've been searching for a solution but everything I've found relating to this doesn't work for me. I have an MP4 (with AVC Coding, 640 x 360, Millions AAC, Stereo (L R), 48.000 kHz) that I need to edit in FCP 7.0.3. I always get a message that says "Error: can't prepare the movie." I've tried several different codecs to no avail (Intermediate, DV NTSC, etc.) Any ideas on any other ways to get this converted to an editable format?Thanks!
MP4 files are compressed using h.264 codec which is a final delivery codec not use for editing. Therefore you may have problems when importing MP4 footage into Final Cut Pro 7. For smoothly editing MP4 files in Final Cut Pro 7, you first need to convert MP4 to a more editing-friendly format, such a Final Cut Pro's ProRes.
To get the work done, a third-party software is needed. Here Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac (Review) is highly recommended. It's a professional and powerful high-quality Mac video converter and editor. With it, you can effortlessly transcode 720p/1080p MP4 files to ProRes 422 encoded MOV for Final Cut Pro 7. (To get more coupons, you can view here.)
Meanwhile, the Mac Video Conversion tool**** can create files compatible with various non-linear editing systems like Avid, FCE, FCP X, iMovie, and Adobe Premiere (Pro) etc****. Just download it and follow the tutorials below to transfer and import MP4 HD footage to for smoothly editing in Final Cut Pro 7.
See also: Top 5 Best HD Video Converter for Mac Review
Guide: Transcoding 720p/1080p MP4 to ProRes 422 codec for Final Cut Pro 7
Step 1: Add mp4 footage from MP4 file folder to the best MP4 to FCP Converter for Mac. You can directly drag and drop video files to this software.
Step 2: Choose Final Cut Pro editing codec.
Select to rewrap your mts files to "Apple Prores 422(*.mov)" or "Apple Prores 422(LT)(*.mov)" to work fine with FCP 7.
Step 3: Hit "Convert" button to carry out the conversion process. When the conversion ends, you can run the Final Cut Pro and click File --> Import --> Files to import the resulted MOV files and edit them in FCP 7 easily, you can follow this import video to fcp guide.
From the steps above, I think you got the point to batch convert MP4 files to Apple ProRes 422 for Final Cut Pro editing, please have a try, this software will solve you MP4 files conversion and editing problems, and then you can import and use your MP4 files in FCP 7 on Mac without any problems.
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ujinwang3 - Thu Dec 11, 2014 1:21 am
MXF files cannot work with FCP? Don't worry about it! In the following page, you can get a fixer as a good assistant.As we all know that due to the video codec limitation, for the container format MXF, it is not so suitable with the FCP. So for our Mac users, how could we make it possible to smoothly import MXF files in FCP for a nice editing? Firstly, you can take the third-party plug-in as a try, or the second method could be your favorite. With a goos repuatation online, the program we introduced below can make you work MXF files well with Final Cut Pro X. Why not have a try?
Fixer One. Canon FCPX plug-in---Only for Canon users
Canon provide a free plug-in to enable the C300's MXF files to import directly into FCPX without the need to transcode to ProRes. Many users report that they have no problems with the installation and it 'just works'. However, other users with similar setups report that they cannot import C300 rushes in FCP X, though it works through Log and Capture in FCP7, additionally Adobe Premiere successfully imports C300 MXF. Only FCP X seems affected, and for a limted subset of FCP X users.
Here's the typical scenario: having run the xpfm211 installer. FCPX sees the folder structure, even the MXF files themselves, but does not recognise either. This is as far as some users get. For some reason, the installer has completed successfully, we are seeing files, but nothing imports. De-installing and re-installing brings the user back to this situation. Very frustrating.
Trying to track the activity of the installer, we see two new plug-ins highlighted in the MIO/RAD/Plugins folder – CanonE1.RADPlug and CanonXF.RADPlug. The latter would appear to be the 'magic smoke' for the MXF format. However, this isn't working. There's a second empty RADPlugins folder below – should the plugins be in there?
Here's where it got interesting. I was able to confer with another editor who had a system that did import MXF successfully. The key difference was that he had a CanonXF64.RADPlug folder – not an XF, an XF64. I could not find a similar folder, nor could I make the installer create one. In the end, he just sent me a copy of that folder, and I dragged and dropped it into the same folder I had.
And it worked! It's pretty obvious because you can see the clips, but also note that the MXF folder heirachy has gone, replaced simply with the usual list of clips on a card or archive.
Fixer Two. Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac/iMixMXF --- for other users
As a professional kind of MXF to FCP converter, this program has a good reputation on the Internet. ***With the easy operation, concise interface, various output choices, it can handle all the MXF files well in FCP.*** (to get more coupons, you can view here)
Tips: iMixMXF is a MXF converting tool that can output multiple audio tracks if you need. Especially for MXF file folder, it indeed has the unique function. (Learn more>>)
Follow my steps here, we can learn the main tips on how to make MXF converted to ProRes .mov for FCP with this MXF Converter for Mac. When you install it correctly on your computer, With 'Add video' you can load MXF files in this program. There are several types of ProRes Codec on the output list, 'Apple ProRes Codec 422 HQ (*.mov) can hold your quality well. Then in the 'Settings' item, we can set our personal video size, bitrates, frame rate or even audio channel, etc. (Learn Types of Apple ProRes Codecs)
Back to the main interface, hit the 'Convert' to start your conversion, Screen shot below can show you the more details. Any other advice and suggestion you can reflect to us.