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If you’re looking for the best way to copy DVD movies to iPhone X, this article will give you what you really want. With the powerful DVD ripping program, you can keep any DVD at one go. continue reading…

Lenovo Miix 510 is a 12.2 inches 2-in-1 laptop, it is very powerful and easy to take, in this post we will share the way to transfer Blu-ray movies to Lenovo Miix 510 for watching, you can get the top Blu-ray ripper software which can rip Blu-ray disc movie to MKV, MP4, MOV, AVI or other formats for Lenovo Miix 510 and other devices. This method also works for Lenovo Miix 320, Miix 700, Miix 520, Miix 720, Miix 630 and many devices, just take a look. 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…

I’m going to buy the latest Samsung mobile phones Galaxy S7. And I have purchased lots of movies and TV shows from iTunes. Can I play the iTunes M4V videos on the Galaxy S7, if not, what can I do? 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…

From this article you will learn the best way to Stream Blu-ray to Sony Bravia LED Smart TV via Plex, and then you can play Blu-ray on Sony Bravia LED Smart TV through Plex. 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…