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Mac ProRes Converter - Convert/Import Panasonic AG-HPX500 MXF to FCP X

<b>Summary:</b> Facing issues when importing Panasonic AG-HPX500 P2 MXF media files to Final Cut Pro X for editing? The easy workaround is to convert P2 MXF to ProRes codec with a professional P2 MXF converter Mac. Below is how.
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<br/>Source: <a href="http://movies-videos-convert-tips.overblog.com/can-t-import-.mxf-clips-from-panasonic-ag-hpx500-p2-into-final-cut-pro-x" target="_blank">How to Get Panasonic AG-HPX500 P2 MXF into Final Cut Pro</a>
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<br/>Panasonic AG-HPX500 is on the top of the P2 cameras line, offering high image quality and performance for high-end video production. While camera does not record 1080/60p, it is from this capture that all other signals are made, which includes both 1080/24p and 1080/30p. But so many users are facing some frustrating result when importing <b>Panasonic AG-HPX500 footage into FCP X</b>. The basic reason is that MXF is not a fully supported format by Final Cut Pro.
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<br/>To make it easier for editing Panasonic AG-HPX500 P2 AVC-Intra MXF videos on FCP X, you’d better to transcode Panasonic P2 MXF to Apple ProRes first, as it is the best codec for Final Cut Pro editing. Below is the simple step-by-step guide for P2 camcorder users: using <b>Brorsoft P2 MXF Converter for Mac</b> to convert Panasonic AG-HPX500 MXF to ProRes 422 for FCP on iMac/MacBook Pro with Mac OS X, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion. Download it and get the full guide below to have a smooth editing with the AG-HPX500 footage in Final Cut Pro X.
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<br/><b>Full Guide: Encode P2 Card MXF footage from Panasonic AG-HPX500 to ProRes 422</b>
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<br/><b>Step 1: Transfer P2 AVC-Intra .mxf files to Hard drive </b>
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<br/>Connect your AVC-Intra MXF Camcorder to iMac with USB 2.0 cable or use card reader to transfer the P2 AVC-Intra .mxf files to Apple hard drive disk.
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<br/><b>Step 2: Add MXF files to this top <a href="http://www.brorsoft.com/mxf-converter-mac/index.html" target="_blank">P2 MXF to ProRes Converter</a> </b>
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<br/>Launch Brorsoft MXF Converter for Mac, and click the "Add Files" button to load .mxf videos for converting.
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<br/><b>Step 3: Choose Apple ProRes 422 codec for Final Cut Pro X </b>
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<br/>Tap on “Format”> Final Cut Pro, Apple PreRes 422(HQ), Apple PreRes 422, Apple ProRes 422(LT), etc are all the proper choice for you. <b>Note:</b> If you are a FCP 6 or former version user, you only can choose ProRes 422 and ProRes 422 HQ as the output format.
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<br/><b>Tip:</b> You can click “settings” button to adjust the output video’s parameters, such as resolution, bitrate, etc. 1920*1080 video size and 30fps(25 fps for original 50i files) video frame rate is recommended.
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<br/><b>Step 4: Convert Panasonic AG-HPX500 P2 MXF to ProRes 422 MOV for FCP</b>
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<br/>Click the "Convert" button and the Mac MXF Video converter would start transcoding Panasonic AG-HPX500 AVC-Intra MXF videos to Apple ProRes 422 MOV on Mac OS X immediately.
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<br/>After conversion, tap "Open" icon in the main interface to locate result video. Launch FCP FCP X, and go to "File > Import > Files…" to import converted P2 footage to FCP project with easy editing.