Wanna convert MXF and get Apple ProRes codec on PC? This article will tell you how to export ProRes codec from a PC.
Export ProRes from Avid on PC
“Hi, how can I export from MediaComposer 8.4 MAC to ProRes 422 HQ ? Neither the AMA-Export nor the normal Export provides an export directly to ProRes. I’m on a PC and don’t have FinalCut. Thanks”
Export ProRes from Premeire on PC
“I’ve been using premiere pro for several years on a PC windows based operating system and has not been a problem when supplying footage for broadcast and others over the years. Today, I wanna export ProRes from Premiere on PC. However, I did not find the panel to export videos.”
Whereas, if you work on Premiere, Avid or other NLEs on a PC setup, you may find that it’s hard to export ProRes codec. Any solution? Yes, of course.
Thanks to a program called Brorsoft MXF Converter, Apple ProRes codec on Windows is not an issue anymore! Here is a tutorial on how to encode your videos in the ProRes 422 format.
How to Convert MXF and Export ProRes MOV files on PC
This Windows ProRes Converter is good at encoding MXF videos to Apple ProRes. Besides ProRes, it also offers optimized codecs for other NLEs, such as DNxHD for Avid, MPEG-2 for Vegas/Premiere, WMV for Windows Movie Maker, AVI for Pinnalce and so on. If you are a Mac user, then Brorsoft MXF Converter for Mac is designed for you.
STEP 1. Run the ProRes Windows Converter you have downloaded; click “Add” icon to load your source video files. Or you can directly drag&drop videos into program.
STEP 2. Go to “Format” bar and choose “Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as output format for editing footage in FCP 6/7/X.
STEP 3. If you’d like to customize advanced audio and video parameters like Video Codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, Audio codec, sample rate, audio channels, pls turn to “Settings” page.
STEP 4. Tap the convert button; it will start converting MTS/MXF/MP4/XAVC/MOV to ProRes .mov for importing to FCP 6/7/X instantly. After conversion, just get the generated ProRes files for natively editing in FCP 6/7/X via “Open” panel.