How to import Fujifilm XP80 MXF to iMovie?

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Failed to read Fujifilm XP80 MXF files in Apple iMovie natively? Converting Fujifilm XP80 MXF footage to Apple InterMediate Codec encoded QuickTime MOV format would be a sensible solution. In this tutorial, we guide you through the process of converting Fujifilm XP80 MXF files to iMovie editing-friendly AIC .mov format. Just read on to learn the detail.

“Hi there, I am trying to help some friends get their MXF files (shot on a Fujifilm XP80) to a format that their client can edit on iMovie. What is the best approach I should take? Thanks! (I am not a professional editor, clearly.)”

You can just convert them to AIC .mov format using Video Converter for Mac. The converted files are ready for quick editing in Apple iMovie. Just check the guide below to learn the way of transcoding Fujifilm XP80 MXF files to AIC .mov format for editing in iMovie smoothly.



How to encode Fujifilm XP80 MXF files to AIC .mov for iMovie editing?

To transcode Fujifilm XP80 MXF video to AIC for iMovie editing, do as below:

Download Video Converter for Mac

Video Converter For Mac , It is available for MacOSX 10.5 or above (including macOS Sierra/macOS High Sierra 10.13.14)
download Mac version

Step 1: Click “Add File” to load Fujifilm XP80 MXF video files into this program.

import video files

Step 2: Select output format for iMovie
Click “Profile” to select “iMovie and Final Cut Express” > “Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov)” as output format. AIC .mov is iMovie’s favorite editing codec, which iMovie will read and handle well.

Select output profile format

Tips:
If necessary, you can click “Settings” button to modify video and audio parameters like encoder, resolution, frame rate, bitrate, aspect ratio, sample rate, and audio channels. You can also “enable 3D Settings” to add 3D effect to your source media.
Settings for video files

Step 3: Click “Convert” to start Fujifilm XP80 MXF video to iMovie conversion.
As soon as the conversion is complete, click “Open Folder” to get the generated AIC .mov files for editing in iMovie with optimum performance. Hope it helps.

Also read:
How to edit Fujifilm GFX 50S MXF files in FCP X?

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