What is nanoFlash?
The nanoFlash is small and lightweight, and uses affordable Compact Flash media. It can be mounted on a camera or function as a standalone recorder/player, and can record higher quality images than the native camera, using the camera’s uncompressed 4:2:2 HD-SDI or HDMI output.
• Ultra-compact, camcorder mountable, 7.5W active / 0.2 W Standby
• Comprehensive Digital I/O: HD/SD-SDI and HDMI: 1080i, 1080p, 1080psf, 720p, 480/576i
• Utilizes Affordable Compact Flash Media
• Analog Audio Input (3.5 mm Unbalanced Stereo or Balanced Mono), Analog Output (3.5 mm Headphone)
• MOV, .MXF, .MPG, .M2V File Formats
“Does anyone know how to do this? We’ve shot a ton of media from a Sony EX3 camera and recorded it out the HD-SDI to a NanoFlash. Our Avid workflow isn’t working out so well, and we’re considering editing on FCP instead. Has anyone worked with this kind of media in FCP before?”
So can I edit nanoFlash MXF video in Final Cut Pro X? The answer is “Yes”. But, you have to transcode nanoFlash MXF to Apple ProRes 422 or Apple Prores 4444. Which converter can do this? UFUSoft MXF to FCP Converter is your best choice.
Just three steps, you will can edit MXF video in Final Cut Pro X. UFUSoft MXF Converter for Mac is designed for converting MXF videos from camcorders (like Panasonic, Sony, Canon), as well as for editing in iMovie, Final Cut Express, Final Cut Pro, Avid, Adobe Premiere, and so on.
Transcode nanoFlash MXF video for Final Cut Pro (6, 7, X) via UFUSoft nanoFlash MXF Converter
1, Add MXF video in to nanoFlash MXF to FCP Converter by clicking add video icon.
2, Hit “Format” bar to choose output format. Here, you can choose “Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (*.mov)”.
Tip: Click the “Settings” button and set proper video/ audio parameters. My advice is to set the video size, bitrate and fame rate to be exactly as the footages so that you will suffer least quality degradation. For example, when the video is shot at 1920*1080, 50mbps, 30fps, you could set Size-1920*1080, Bitrate-original, Frame rate-30. If you would like to use default settings, simply skip this step.
3, Click “Convert” button at the right bottom corner to start nanoFlash MXF to FCP X Conversion. As the Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) has extremely high quality, please make sure you have enough space to store the generated ProRes 422 (HQ) MOV files.