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Canon’s C200 has been on the radar for quite some time as an affordable cinema camera. The Canon C200 can shoot up 60p RAW and up to 120fps in HD is very useful, and it also offers MP4 with a compression of 150 Mbps, a standard h.264 compression that most entry level prosumer cameras get these days. continue reading…

H.265 codec is getting more popular in 2017 cause more 4K video recording devices are becoming affable to normal people such as the famous Samsung NX500, Lumix GH5s, GoPto Hero 6. H.265 codec can make you record 4K files saving in a smaller size than using H.264 codec. This is good but it also causes some troubles. continue reading…

If you are looking for a fluid workflow between Panasonic Lumix GH5s 4K H.265/HEVC footage and FCP X, you may wish to read this post. It explains how to get FCP X recognizing Lumix GH5s 4K H.265 files without glitches. continue reading…

Have you ever run into a situation where you can’t edit H.265 files from Samsung NX500 in Premiere Pro CS6. In this part we’ll look at how Premiere Pro CS6 deals with H.265 video clips, and how you can import them for smooth editing. continue reading…

This is an MXF Video Converter, converting mxf files recording shot from Canon, Panasonic, Sony.  It’s an efficient video converter, convert not only MXF files, but videos from SD, HD camcorders, cameras (Canon/Panasonic/Sony/JVC/Nikon), formats in AVCHD MTS, M2TS, MOD, TOD, TRP, TS, XAVC MXF, XAVC MP4, XAVC-S MP4, and 4K. continue reading…

A few weeks ago I was editing my first MXF project in Premiere Pro CC (I’ve edited MXF projects in legacy versions of Premiere Pro, but not yet in CC), and I’ll be darned if I didn’t have a heck of a time finding definitive information about the proper procedure for importing MXF video into Premiere Pro CC. continue reading…

The Olympus Stylus XZ-2 iHS features a great f1.8-2.5 lens, excellent photo quality and shooting options, and a well-designed body that’s solidly constructed. The XZ-2’s video quality and features are good. The 1080p video quality records at a respectably high 18Mbps bit. continue reading…

If you have import issues while importing and editing Sony FDR-AX100 4K XAVC S/1080p AVCHD in NLE programs like  Premiere Pro CC, we would recommend that you transcode FDR-AX100 footage to an intermediate format, which is a necessity for your editing apps. continue reading…