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Mark Stavar October 28th, 2007 12:25 AM

Panasonic MFX files
Is it possible to work directly with Panasonic MFX files in Vegas 8? I had thought it was, but it appears that this might not be exactly correct. Can anyone enlighten me?

All info appreciated,


Jon McGuffin October 28th, 2007 08:52 AM

Marks, I do not believe Sony Vegas can work with these files directly but there is a fix. You can use Cineform to import your Panasonic files and have them converted (in real-time) to their intermediate .avi file. The downside is that cineform costs, the upside is that you are getting a very good quality intermediatary to work with that has many benefits including better chroma keying and color correcting functionality.


Mike Kujbida October 28th, 2007 09:01 AM

Mark, Raylight (from DV Film) is the product to look at using for MXF files in Vegas.

Mark Stavar October 28th, 2007 09:00 PM

Thanks to you both.

I just downloaded the Raylight trial/demo. Looks like that will be the way for me.

Thanks again.



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