Sync Canon C300 24P MXF Files to Premiere Pro with Audio Missed?
Have you ever got the trouble in importing Canon C300 24P MXF files in Premiere Pro with the audio out of sync? Here we are talking about it.
For all the amateurish camera lovers or professional photographers, even for those video editors, have you ever been confused in importing recorded footages in media players or editing software? With video or audio out of sync after imported? Actually, this kind of situation has been appeared frequently around us, just for example:
‘Need help! I shot a project with the Canon C300 in 24p mode. I uploaded the files on my hard drive, the raw files play fine with the VLC player. But when I drag a clip to Premiere Pro the audio is out of sync with the footage. Is there any way to fix? ‘
According to the help above, just for Premiere Pro, when you have an idea of transferring files in Premiere Pro, we should know first that VLC has the automatic settings for most video files while Premiere Pro not. So here due to the limitation of this editor, we need to change the MXF footage to compatible format with a MXF to Premiere Pro Converter for Mac/Windows. Follow the guide to know how it works.
Download the program for a first step and load your files in a correct way. Either ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’ can do you a big favor. When you get into the ‘Format’ bar list, Output 1.select the ‘HD Video’ for H.264 HD Video (*.mov) or MPEG-2 (*.mpg) as your first choice.
Output2.at the bottom of the list, find the ‘Adobe Premiere Pro’>>MOV (AVC) (*.mov) or WMV (VC-1) (*.wmv). Both output video formats are available for Premiere Pro.
Note: To ensure your output videos with audio, we must come to ‘Settings’ item for ‘Audio’, ‘Streaming ID’, just select one that can play audio normally.
While in ‘Editor’ interface, for those advanced users, just adjust your personal settings with ‘Trim’, ‘Crop’, ‘Effects’ or ‘Subtitles’. Everybody can arrive here find the items you like.
Additionally Tips, for those who want to choose multi-track video or 3D video as the output formats, in ‘Format’ list, I guess you have already found them. ‘Multi-track Video’ and ‘3D Video’. More multiple functions are waiting here for your coming!