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Tipard Updated MXF Converter - Provided the Best MXF Converting Software

BEIJING, Dec. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Tipard Studio, the top-ranking provider of professional DVD/video converters, Blu-ray rippers and transfers for Win and Mac users, presents their newly updated MXF Converter. After this total update, the converting speed and the ability of video decoding are highly improved. With this wonderful Tipard MXF Converter, users can convert recorded MXF files to other popular video formats for editing with high quality.

MXF files are commonly shot by Panasonic P2, Canon EOS C300, Canon XF300, Sony PDW 510P and Sony PDW-700 high-end camcorders. But MXF format is not suitable for most media players and editing software. If you want to edit MXF files with Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, Avid Media Composer, Windows Movie Maker or other editing software, you need to convert your MXF files to these editing software editable formats. With this outstanding MXF Converter, you are allowed to convert MXF files to MP4, MPEG, AVI, WMV, FLV, MOV and other compatible formats according to your needs.

Apart from converting MXF files to editing software editable formats. Tipard MXF Converter also enables you to convert TS, MTS, M2TS, TRP, TP, MXF video to other popular video/audio formats, such as MP4, MKV, WMV, AVI, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, FLV, 3GP, DivX, VOB, AAC, M4A, MP3, WMA , etc. and even the High Definition video files (HD/AVCHD videos). Then you can enjoy them on your portable devices, like iPhone 5, iPhone, iPhone 4S, iPad 4, iPad, The New iPad (iPad 3), Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Kindle Fire, etc.

Moreover, Tipard MXF Converter is a 2D to 3D converter, it enables you to convert any TS, MTS, M2TS, TRP, TP, MXF videos to 3D video formats with fast converting speed and perfect visual effect. Plus, Side-by-Side 3D video, Top-and-Bottom 3D video and Anaglyph Red/Cyan 3D video are provided for you to choose the 3D format according to your own needs. Thus, you can enjoy 3D movies at home with your family and friends.

Plus, you can make customized video files by numerous professional editing functions. You are allowed to click "Effect" button to adjust the video brightness, saturation, contrast, hue and volume; click "Trim" button to trim the video length; click "Crop" button to crop the video frame to remove the black edges. And you can add text/image watermark to the video and merge multiple video clips into one single file.

In a word, Tipard MXF Converter will be your best assistant in your multimedia life. It is available only for $29 for more details and to get the free trial version, please visit: http://www.tipard.com/mxf-converter/

System Requirement for Windows Products:
OS Supported: Windows NT4/2000/2003/XP and Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
CPU: 800MHz Intel or AMD CPU, or above
RAM: 512MB RAM or more

About Tipard Studio
As a leading player in the multimedia software field, Tipard Studio always takes bringing multimedia users best software as its responsibility and keeps being innovative and competitive. With advanced technologies and a first-class R&D team, it has constantly developed many excellent multimedia desktop applications, which are very popular among Windows and Mac users. For more details about Tipard Studio, please visit: http://www.tipard.com

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