There’s no other camera on the market like the new Panasonic AG-HPX250 – a rugged 4:2:2 camcorder recording 10-bits to P2 AVC-Intra for under $6,000. The critical importance of capturing at 10-bits cannot be overstated. Compared to the vast crop of anemic 8-bit recording formats like AVCHD, XDCAM, and HDV, 10-bit capture (HDCAM SR) enables four times more precise color sampling, while also eliminating the dreaded contour artifacts often seen in 8-bit systems.
After recording footages via Panasonic AG-HPX250, the users will be eager to import these P2 MXF videos in Avid 7 for editing. However, they will get the error message while trying to import the Panasonic AG-HPX250 MXF videos to Avid 7 owing to MXF video’s heavy processor codec. To make the editing process easier, they need to find a third party program to transcode the Panasonic AG-HPX250 MXF to DNxHD MOV, the most compatible video format suggested by Avid official website for Avid editing.
Below is the Guide for you to edit the Panasonic AG-HPX250 MXF in Avid 7 with the superb aPubsoft MXF Converter for Mac.
Step 1: Load Panasonic AG-HPX250 MXF files
Run the nice Avid DNxHD Converter for Mac, and load MXF clips to it by clicking “Add” button.
Step 2: Choose Avid compatible format
Click “Format” bar to select Avid Media Composer->Avid DNxHD(*.mov) as output format.
Step 3:Start conversion
Tap “Convert” button to start converting Panasonic AG-HPX250 MXF to DNxHD MOV for importing to Avid Media Composer.
1. Before conversion, you can click “Settings” button right beside “Format”and enter “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channels.
2. This powerful converter also can help you to transcode the Panasonic AG-HPX250 MXF to FCP/iMovie/Adobe for editing.
Once the conversion process is at 100%, click “Open” button to get the exported MOV files for Avid 7. Now you can edit the videos in Avid MC 7 without problem.