Solve no audio issue-Convert multi-track MXF files on Mac

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Solve no audio issue-Convert multi-track MXF files on Mac

Post  Alisa16 on Thu Jul 16, 2015 2:29 pm



Solve no audio issue-Convert multi-track MXF files on Mac

Summary: As a professional video format, MXF allows us to shoot video with multiple audio tracks. There is an easy way to solve MXF audio problems. Pavtube iMixMXF can remove all your worries about sound problems when convert multi-track MXF on Mac.

Multi-track MXF footage becomes more and more common with camcorders from Canon, Sony, Panasonic and so on. Usually these mxf contains two or more audio tracks for better presenting, you may like to record one audio track in mics which will get better audio effect especially shooting in a noisy environment.

But it may troubles you when converting the multi-track MXF footage to other formats for editing/playback in NLE or other programs on Mac; for instance, you may like to convert multi-track MXF to MOV, ProRes, AIC, DNxHD, H.264/AVC, QuickTime MOV. However, due to the multi-track audios, you may not able to get the right track or get all the tracks converted. Here by this article will show you how to convert your multi-track MXF files on Mac without audio problems.

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To achieve this goal, Pavtube iMixMXF(Review) can exactly do it for you which are professional multi-track MXF Converter and Mixer tools for helping to convert MXF to any other video and audio formats for playback or further editing on Mac with preserving all the multiple audio tracks of original MXF videos. Other than multi-track preserving features, it is also capable of mixing several audio tracks into one track. Let's go to try efficient conversion workflow with an easy-to-use interface and these wonderful functions now.

The following instruction will tell you how to transcode multi audio channels MXF on Mac Mavericks. Now download and install the best Multitracks MXF Converter and Mixer, and then follow the instruction.

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Step 1. Launch Pavtube iMixMXF and click the top left two icons to load individual mxf clips or the entire folder.

Step 2. Choose best video codec according to your needs.

Different from other MXF converters, Pavtube iMixMXF is able to output multi-track Apple RreRes formats for FCP X, multi-track MOV for various editor tools, making it stand out from the rest. To preserve and produce multi-track video, click the "Format" bar to follow "Multi-track Video" > "Multi-track Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)", "Multi-track MOV", Multi-track MP4" for broadcasting, further editing, delivering and playing.

Step 3. Check "Mix into one track"

In the main interface, press "Settings" button, and then "Multi-task Settings" panel pops up. Switch to "Audio" section, check the audio tracks that you want to mix down, and tick off the checkbox before "Mix into one track". After that, click "OK"

If you don't change it, Mac MXF Converter will take the first audio track be default; but if this track has no audio, you will only get video no audio after conversion.

Step 4. Click "Start" to start multi-track MXF conversion.

Click the "Convert" button to start converting MXF to compatible video format on Mac. After conversion, you can click "open output folder" to locate the converted files and then you can edit, deliver and play them. Of course, there is no sound problem any more. That's great!

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Source: http://digitalmediasolution.altervista.org/blog/solve-no-audio-issue-convert-multi-track-mxf-files-on-mac/

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