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 Rip BD/DVD to high-quality DNxHD file for Avid Media Composer on Mac

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PostSubject: Rip BD/DVD to high-quality DNxHD file for Avid Media Composer on Mac   Wed Apr 02, 2014 6:27 pm

Rip BD/DVD to high-quality DNxHD file for Avid Media Composer on Mac
 
Description: Best DVD/BD to high-quality DNxHD solution, so you can edit DVD/BD movies in Avid Media Composer on Mac with least quality loss.

"Hi I'm an amateur video editor who wants to make some trailer or mash-up to improve my skills. I do own hundreds of Blu-ray and DVD discs but want to extract some clips out to Avid Media Composer for editing; high-quality video is my first choice. Is there any good software for this? Many thanks!"

To extract clips from Blu-ray and DVD disc is much different from playing back directly. Firstly, commercial DVD and Blu-ray are protected from copying, so you have to roll off disc protection firstly; then the format and quality issue.



The workflow seems to be complicated. However, with [url=pavtube.cn/bytecopy-mac/]Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac[/url] I'm running, it can't be easier to get high quality DNxHD file from BD/DVD. Pavtube ByteCopy is the "All in one" Blu-ray ripping software, simple and easy to use with lot's of presets which I can change. Which I like most is the DVD/Blu-ray decoder, I don't care about protections, Pavtube take card about everything. As long as your disc has been downloaded, it's decrypted. So make sure your Internet connection is ok. And it provides multi-track MP4/MOV/ProRes presets in which I can isolate dialogue and music in one movie if I want.

How to use Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac to rip BD/DVD to high quality DNxHD

1. First of all, get this BD/DVD to DNxHD Converter installed and insert DVD to Mac. Btw, Mac cannot read Blu-rays directly, if you want to rip Blu-ray, plug-in your external Blu-ray drive to Mac and read Blu-ray there.

Now click the first disc-like icon on the top, click your disc name to load. Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac will detect the main title automatically, unless you wan to rip the extras, do not touch it.



2. The next step, click "Format" drop-down list and choose "Avid Media Composer>Avid DNxHD(*.mov)".



3. Now the most important step to get DNxHD file in best quality.

Click the "Settings" icon (next to "Format"), set bitrate to "High quality". The higher bitrate you choose, the larger file size and better video quality will be. Also you can free change other settings like frame rate, audio sample rate, channels, etc. here.



4. Well it's all set now. Back to main UI, hit the big red "Convert" to start ripping Blu-ray/DVD to DNxHD in best quality for Avid Media Composer on Mac. Wait for moments, hit "Open output folder" or "Open" to quick find the converted files.

Related articles:

Import Blu-ray Movie to Final Cut Studio for Editing on Mac
How to enable FCP 7/FCP X to handle Blu-ray movies?
How to ingest and convert Blu-ray to iMovie/FCE for editing on Mac
Editing Blu-ray/DVD movies in FCP X retaining surround sound track
Import Blu-ray to Adobe Premiere Pro CC7/CS6/CS5/CS4/CS3 on Mac
Convert DVD to multi-track Prores for FCP X on Mac Mavericks

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PostSubject: Re: Rip BD/DVD to high-quality DNxHD file for Avid Media Composer on Mac   Tue Nov 04, 2014 5:37 pm

Getting MXF files from Canon XF205 into FCP 6/7 without waiting

If you want to transcode your Canon XF205 MXF footages to ProRes for FCP with keeping timecode for Final Cut Pro 6/7, you may prefer to follow this article because it will show you the way out.

The XF205 is a professional-grade camcorder for fast-paced productions. Yeah, not getting many referrals there! Enter the Canon XF205, a surprisingly low profile, high-feature professional HD camcorder that seems created for the rush of news, events and more. High bitrate HD footage is recordable in an MXF format to the CompactFlash cards.

However, MXF Video can’t be recognized by mostly video editing software, like Final Cut Pro. We will meet some troubles when we import Canon XF205 MXF redordings to FCP 6/7. The reason is the MXF format is not the FCP compatible video format.

In order to make Canon XF205 Camcorder MXF files editable in FCP 6/7, you just need to get help of Pavtube iMixMXF which can convert Canon XF205 MXF videos to FCP comptible Apple Prores codec for natively importing in Final Cut Pro on Mac and also the timecode is kept for FCP 6/7.

Why do you choose Pavtube iMixMXF?

Import/Retain/Mix multi-track MXF in MKV/MP4/MOV formats.
Output multi-track or single audio track Apple ProRes MOV for FCP (X).
Mix the MXF multiple track/channel audio into one or keep the multi tracks.
Add *.srt/*.ass/*.ssa subtitle files to MXF footage.
Support DVCPRO/HDV/Avid DNxHD/AIC/AVI/MPG/WMV/FLV output.
Convert Panasonic P2 MXF, Canon MXF, Sony XDCAM MXF to editable footage for editing, playing, or broadcasting.
Merge/split/trim/crop MXF footages.
Keep timecode for Final Cut Pro
Support Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
Added 3D profiles in Format menu. (Side-by-Side, Top-Bottom, or Anaglyph 3D in MKV/MP4/MOV/WMV/AVI)

Good News, at this Halloween season, you can enjoy up to 50% OFF discount at 2014 Pavtube Halloween Promotion!

The following instruction will tell you how to transcode Canon XF205 MXF to Apple Prores for editing in FCP 6/7 on Mac. Now download and install the best Canon MXF Converter, and go to try those wonderful functions.

Step 1. Load MXF footages.

Run Pavtube iMixMXF on your Mac, click "+" button to load the MXF video files or load the MXF folder.

Note: "Merge into one file" can help you to convert several MXF videos into one video. Just select the tasks you need and then check "Merge into one file", you will get one combination of those videos.

Step 2.Select Apple Prores 422 .mov format.

Click "Format" and choose Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) as the most compatible codec for FCP 6/7 editing.



Learn more Apple ProRes, please refer to Types of Apple ProRes Codecs

Tip: If you want to get multi-track audio in output video files, choose "Multi-track Video > Multi-track Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" for editing in FCP 6/7.

Step 3. Settings for Prores .mov video.

You can also click "Settings" right beside to set up outputting video bitrate, frame rate, codec and size all according to your needs.

Step 4. Start conversion.

Click "Convert" button to start to encode Canon XF205 MXF to Apple Prors .mov for FCP 6/7, after a while go to "Open" button to locate the generated .mov videos and imported to Final Cut Pro 6/7 for editing.

Tip:

1. Refer to the picture below to see how this cool mac mov converting tool keep the timecode for FCP.



2. For users don't need to deal with multi-track thing, just simple want to convert XF205 MXF to other formats, the MXF Converter for Mac (only $29) is highly recommended.

3. Read Canon XF205 and FCP X workflow and XF205 MXF iMovie importing tips.
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