Infoseite // MXF files into Avid

Frage von sejk:


I have logged a couple of things with a Panasonic DVX100 MiniDV to Premiere s.meiner rotated and in school. Now I have taken these clips and would like this s.einem AVID system (; Edit next Avid Xpress Pro 5.6). After I import the clips in the clips from Avid Avid MXF files created on my hard drive (; "Creating Video from QT"). I guess QT stands for Quicktime, but not the clips are Quicktime files. I wonder why I can not directly access the clips in Avid. The files must first be converted to MXF, so that they can be processed into Avid? The files are quite large, unfortunately, synonymous.

Thank you very much


Antwort von Hogar:

Yes, Avid can not AVI, MOV, or otherwise edit any files directly. MUST convert everything into Avid MXF or OMF, so you can work with it.

That is the blessing and curse s.Avid system. If erstmal everything is converted to MXF or OMF you can work completely smoothly and thus it is no sound synonymous asynchronicities. Premiere can do directly with AVI's work and the liquid is synonymous ... as long as the files do not have DivX movies or mpegs or something. Then begins Premiere (; or stutter synonymous FinalCut) in my experience always see at once you s.The place in the timeline is, and you have the appropriate file erstmal convert manual to enable to work properly.

Another aspect is, indeed, the Avid is still considered "industry standard" and is MXF is an open standard that has in the professional video world on TV and so very different properties in terms of archiving and work in the Network. It can be stored in an MXF as an entire sequence with several tracks, including the raw material.

So if you want to work with Avid you have to live with the older OMF or MXF. You can also choose the import synonymous different resolutions. You should choose for DV material so as not 1:1 (or, if the s.Xpress system at all) but just goes DV25 420, if you have worked with miniDV PAL. Then the files are not synonymous larger than a standard DV-AVI.



Antwort von actvideo:

MXF stands for Material Exchange Format in the rest and is a joint development of various Manufacturer of editing systems, cameras, etc.

As the name suggests, the benefits lie in the exchange of data with other MXF-cut or transmission systems. For example, a sending one to play MXF file already even though the file to be sent has not been fully downloaded to the Sendeserver - in short, you already could be cut in Final Cut while copying the file nor any other system on your hard drive;)

The MXF file itself is actually more of a container that contains a highly coded MPG2 entprechen the broadcast standard and the audio tracks as PCM and meta-data. However, it comes out here s.welchen MXF Operational Pattern has the file.
But it seems to run out of it that is taken as operational as Compression Pattern OP1A and 50 Mbit. This is the broadcast standard, which we produce for the WDR.

Differences in the details of OP's are, for example the fact that Avid does not put the sound into the MXF into it, but beside (; see Avid Media Files folder)

A OP1A MXF but includes all the audio tracks and will not be imported as easily as in the AVID Avid even though MXF support - but not halt OP1A.



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