How to Convert MXF on Mac (macOS 10.12 Sierra included)

MXF (Material eXchange Format) is a container format for professional digital video and audio media defined by a set of SMPTE standards. The video format is created specifically for HD digital camcorders like Canon C300, Canon XF100, Canon XF105, Sony XDCAM series and Panasonic P2 series but remains unaccepted by media player, like QuickTime, and video editing software. 


Being a replace of dominated format, like MP4, AVI, MOV, etc. is still a long shot for MXF format. So many people want to convert MXF video to other popular video format on Mac. There are many of different solutions available that will help you to make MXF files workable on Mac, the most common way to do that is convert MXF into Mac friendly format like MOV, MP4 format on Mac – the most popular container format and has the best playback options since it works natively in all iOS players and Mac video editing software.

Best MXF Video Converter for Mac (macOS 10.12 Sierra) 

The best solution is to get a MXF converter - Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac, converting MXF to MOV which not only delivers great simplicity and high quality, but also works perfectly with QuckTime, iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Avid MC, iMovie, Premiere Pro etc. With it, you can convert MXF to AVI, convert MXF to MOV, convert MXF to WMV, convert MXF to MP4, convert MXF to MPG, convert MXF to any file format, to iPhone, iPad, TV, YouTube, Facebook, etc. with excellent audio and image quality for using in video editing software and multimedia device. 

Besides, it also provides simple editing functions including split, merge, trim, crop, add watermark, adjust video effect, edit audio and insert subtitles for you and allows you to set the MXF video/audio output parameters to get customized video effect. High quality conversion with zero quality loss, unmatchable converting speed, humanized feature design, user-friendly interface and simple operation, all these are reasons why this MXF Converter for Mac worth a try. 

>> It is compatible with macOS 10.12 Sierra, 10.11 El Capitan, 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion, 10.7 Lion and 10.6 Snow Leopard. 

PS: Windows version can perfectly help you convert MXF to any video format you need on Windows (10, 8.1, 8, 7, XP, etc), like MXF to WMV for Windows Movie Maker. 

Now free download the best MXF Video Converter for macOS 10.12 Sierra

Take “Convert MXF to MOV” as an example with Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac 

Step 1: Launch Pavtube Video Converter for Mac and then drag your MXF files to the program. If you need to convert multiple clips, you need to add them one by one. 


Step 2: For “Format” drop-down list, follow “Common Video” or “FCP” etc and choose MOV formart. If you want to make changes to the video settings like resolution, bit rate and other settings, click the Settings button beside Format bar. 


Tip 1: You are provided to adjust parameters including audio& video bitrate, frame rate, channel, codec ect in “Settings” profile before conversion. 

Tip 2: To edit MXF video before converting, click the “Edit” button. Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac includes all regular video editing tools like Trim, Filp, Effect, Watermark etc. 

Step 3: Tap “Convert” button to start MXF to MOV conversion on Mac. After the conversion, you can get the encoded videos via “Open” panel and then import the encoded videos into mac player, FCP 6/7/X, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV etc. 

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