Canon recently released new cameras like Canon 5D Mark IV, Canon C700. The EOS C700 has both internal 4K ProRes and XF-AVC recording. Canon collaborated directly with Codex to create an optional 4K Codex CDX-3150 recorder that can record uncompressed RAW up to 120fps. When it comes to higher internal frame rates, the Canon EOS C700 can record the following:
- 4K internally to the CFast 2.0 cards at up to 60fps in XF-AVC format.
- Apple 4K ProRes up to 30fps.
- Up to 180 fps using the 10-bit 4:2:2 combined with the 2K centre crop.
- Ability to record a 4:2:0 proxy onto an SD card in XF-AVC in 2K in 1080p, which is very useful for rushes
After recording want to import Canon C700 4K ProRes/XF-AVC to Adobe Premiere for futher editing? When you working Canon C700 4K ProRes/XF-AVC recording in Premiere Pro, the incompatible problem occured: Adobe Premiere won’t read and ingest Canon C700 4K ProRes/XF-AVC footage.
As far as I know, to solve those issues, the most important piece of the equation is to transcode Canon C700 4K ProRes/XF-AVC files to Premiere Pro native format (MPEG-2 is highly recommended). Along with some help from a professoinal 4K to Premiere Pro Converter, it can be done. Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac just comes out to aid you finish the Canon C700 4K to Premiere Pro conversion task.
With it, you can eoffortlessly trasncode MXF from Canon C700, C500, Canon C300/C300 MK 2/C300 MK 3, XF100, XF105 and XF305 to Premiere Pro editable format/codec on Mac OS X. Besides Premiere pro, this powerful 4K video converter also can change Canon C700 4K ProRes/XF-AVC video and other video including SD/HD H.265, MOV, MP4, XAVC MXF, MKV , MTS etc to Premiere pro best format for smooth editing and other usages.
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Start Converting Canon C700 4K ProRes/XF-AVC to Adobe Premiere format for editing perfectly
Step 1. Add your Canon C700 4K files
Download and open the main interface, on the left corner, we can see the two buttons called ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’ there. Load your files with individual clips or a complete folder, these two item can help you a lot.
Step 2. Choose the output formats
Then it’s time for us to come to the output list after opening the ‘Format’ bar. Drop down the list, nearly on the bottom of the column there, we can find the suitable item ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg)’ as the best output.
Tips: Trim/Merge/Split Canon C700 4K files
As a goode Premiere alternative, you can easily edit your Canon C700 4K video with this program. Trim video length: Open “Video Editor” window and switch to the “Trim” tab, you can drag the slider bars to include the segment you want to remain, click the left square bracket to set start point, and click the right square bracket to set end point when previewing the video or directly input specific values to “Start” and “End” box.
And Merge video files into one: On the main interface, check “Merge into one file” option on the main interface to combine all your separate Halloween video clips into one single file.
Split file into several small pieces: Click the “Split” button. under file list to launch the “Video Split” window. Checking “Enable” to enable it, and then you can split the file by file count, time length, or file size.
Step 4: Begin the conversion process
Go back to the main interface, tap the right-bottom “Convert” button to start Canon C700 4K to Premiere Pro conversion process.
When the conversion is completed, import converted media files to Premiere Pro all series for further professional post-production with no limitation.
Other highlights of this new camera:
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF (with compatible EF lenses), which is quite brilliant and easily the most innovative feature in Canon cameras these days, as seen already in many other cameras from Canon lately (5D Mark IV, C300 Mark II, 1DX Mark II …)
- Dual Pixel Focus Guide (for manual focus confirmation).
- Canon Log 2 and Canon Log 3 including all the color science that sets Canon cameras still apart from Sony and others for many users
- B4 Lens Support (for traditional 2/3″ ENG lenses).
- Built-in ND Filters.
- Anamorphic De-Squeeze (when outputting to EVF or monitor outputs, the image is stretched to 2.39:1 after de-squeezing. The magnification factor can be set to OFF/2x/1.33x to match the anamorphic optics in use).
- Detachable remote panel, a’ la Panasonic Varicam (it mirrors the camera controls, so an assistant can adjust settings easily).
- 12V and 24V power outputs that enable users to power all kinds of professional accessories through the camera
- High resolution EVF with proprietary Canon connection like on the C300 mkII.
- Optional servo control grip for most lens functions, allowing ENG-like functionality.
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