nanoFlash is the world’s smallest, lightest, lowest-power, professional HD/SD recorder/player. The nanoFlash from Convergent Design represents a huge leap forward in tapeless workflows. Easily mounted to your camera, nanoFlash is designed to record higher quality images than the camera itself, by capturing never-compressed video/audio from the HD-SDI or HDMI output. nanoFlash utilizes the very high-quality Sony XDCAM 422 CODEC, recording the video/audio onto affordable and readily available Compact Flash Media, at up to 160Mbps (Long-GOP) or 220 Mbps (I-Frame). The footage can be stored in either Quicktime (MOV), MXF, or MPG file formats, providing near-universal NLE support as well as DVD / Blu-Ray authoring formats.
If you use nanoFlash with your camcorder, you can export QuickTime MOV files or MXF files to a flash card. It is great for camcorders without too much space for storage. However, you may sometimes face the problem that CyberLink PowerDirector does not recognize the MXF files you get. How would you import the nanoFlash MXF files to PowerDirector then?
aPubsoft MXF Converter for Mac is the recommended nanoFlash MXF to PowerDirector Converter, which supports converting .mxf to MPEG-2 .mpg for PowerDirector. This Mac MXF Converter also helps you easier merge and join MXF to a single clip with perfect synchronization. Here is the step-by-step guide for converting nanoFlash MXF to MPEG-2 MPG for CyberLink PowerDirector.
Step 1. Load nanoFlash MXF file.
Run the aPubsoft MXF Converter for Mac as the best Mac nanoFlash MXF to MPEG-2 Converter, and click the “Add Video” button to load nanoFlash .mxf video files for conversion.
Step 2. Choose MPEG-2 MPG as output format.
Click the “Profile” option and choose “Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > MPEG-2 (*.mpg)” as output format. The aPubsoft MXF Converter for Mac will convert the nanoFlash MXF videos to MPEG-2 MPG with the original video resolution. You can also select other formats supported by CyberLink PowerDirector.
Step 3. Convert nanoFlash MXF to MPEG-2 MPG on Mac.
Click the “Convert” button under the preview window to convert nanoFlash MXF to MPEG-2 MPG for CyberLink PowerDirector on Mac.
After the nanoFlash MXF to MPEG-2 conversion is finished, just run PowerDirector and import the MPEG-2 .mpg files for editing. You will find the output video work perfectly on CyberLink PowerDirector 11/12/13/14/15 on Mac.
1. If you are using Final Cut Pro as your preferred Non-leaner editing tool, you can also use the Mac MXF converter to export FCP X compatible ProRes .mov files.
2. If you are working on Windows PC, please use the windows version: aPubsoft MXF Converter for Windows.