How to Open MXF files in Cyberlink PowerDiretcor

In this article, you will learn how to edit MXF files in Cyberlink PowerDiretcor smoothly.

I searched on Google with below two questions:

1) Does MXF format work with PowerDirector? This format has now been established as standard by TV Stations.

2) Is there a professional software that converts MXF to Cyberlink supported MPEG-2?

I was told by many forums MXF is primarily for high end cameras that Powerdirector does not support. Therefore, I turn to look for a professional third party program to deal with original MXF format files to use it in Powerdirector.

After testing numbers of tools online, I finally chose Brorsoft MXF Converter. This program features high efficiency and seamless conversion. With it, you can do batch conversion from universal MXF videos originated from Canon XF, Panasonic P2 and Sony XDCAM cams into to PowerDirector compatible formats like MPEG-2, AVI, MKV, MOV, WMV, etc. without losing any quality. Just get the free trial and follow the guide below to convert and import MXF files to PowerDirector so you can make engaging movies.

Import and Edit MXF files in Cyberlink PowerDiretcor

Step 1: Launch the MXF converter and click “add” button to import the .mxf files. Or you can drag&drop the MXF files into the program directly.

Tip: If you would like to join all the selected files together, check the box of “Merge into one”.

Step 2: Choose “MPEG-2” as the output format. The output video will keep the original quality of MXF video and seamlessly fit PowerDirector 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8 and more.

Step 3:(Optional) You can click “Settings” if you’d like to customize advanced audio and video parameters like video Codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, Audio codec, sampling rate, bit rate, channels.

Step 4: Click “Convert” to start transcoding the MXF recordings to .mpg videos. After conversion, click “Open” to find .mpg videos and for Cyberlink PowerDirector smooth editing.

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