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How to Import MXF files to Camtasia Studio

It is a wonderful idea to merge, split, trim, crop, edit and create videos in Camtasia Studio. However, camcorder recorded MXF footage can't be accepted by Camtasia. So, is there anything we can do to get the MXF video file worked with Camtasia Studio beautifully? 

Video Formats Supported by Camtasia

Camtasia supports AVI, .WMV, .MP4, MPEG-1, .MP3, .WAV, .WMA, MTS/M2TS and .MOV (QuickTime) files. It does not support MXF files, Video_TS, MPEG-2, MOD, Ogg, WebM, .RM (RealPlayer), .FLV (Flash Video), 3GPP, and SWF created outside Techsmith products. It means that those videos incompatible cannot be imported to Camtasia Studio directly and must be converted or re-recorded. 

How to Import CamRec MXF Videos into Camtasia

Actually, we can easily find that MXF is not a compatible format for Camtasia Studio, but QuickTime MOV is. So we need to encode MXF to MPEG-1/MOV first with a professional video conversion software. Here I recommended you use Dimo Video Converter Ultimate, which is a power…

Plex DVD Ripper- The Best way to rip videos off DVD for Plex Media Server

We all know that Plex allows you to aggregate all your personal media and access it anywhere you go. You are able to enjoy your own media on all your devices with the Plex Media Server. If you like me have 800-900 DVDs and want to put them into some format so you can share them into Plex, just read on this article. I will share the tips and tricks for copying your DVD collection to Plex Media Server for streaming and playing on TV. 

Since Plex has maked it clear in its supported sources list and DVD format is not listed. The possible solution is to use a DVD ripping tool to rip DVD to Plex/TV playable video format and stream it to TV for playback. Though there are many DVD rippers for Plex, the best and most suitable among them is Dimo Video Converter Ultimate

This DVD Ripping program offers specified video formats for TV and many other game hardware like iPhone, iPad, Android, PSP, PS4 Pro/PS4/PS3, Xbox One S/Xbox One/Xbox 360, PS Vita, Wii and more bypassing the CSS, Region, RCE, So…

How to Get MOV files and Philips TV to Play Nicely from USB Port

You can enjoy video, audio and image files on your Philips TV from USB or DLNA devices. However, when you try to play some QuickTime MOV format movies on Philips TV, you may find that some QT MOV files work just fine and some just don't seem to be playable on the Philips TV with an unhelpful audio codec error message displaying right on your screen. Does the Philips TV support QT MOV in USB format? Which format is the best Philips TV USB port format? Please read on. 

Technically, MOV is a complex video container including different video encodings, only those MOV videos with encodings and resolution matching with the default encodings and resolution of Philips TV can be played. If the Philips TV does not recognize the codec, even if it is a supported format, you'll fail to play MOV. So if your MOV file does not support audio or video codecs certainly can not play smoothly on Philips TV. 

Luckily, there is an easy way to get of the incompatibility issues quickly. All you have to …

Easily Convert 3D MTS to 3D MP4 for Playing on 3D Projectors

As of 2017, LG and Sony, the last TV makers that offered 3D TVs in the U.S. market, will no longer be offering TVs with the 3D viewing option going forward. However, most video projector brands still offer the 3D viewing option. In addition, there is a lot of great content for those that wish to take advantage if the 3D viewing experience at home. Have some funny and professional recording 3D mts videos from Sony and Panasonic, like Panasonic AG-3DA1, Panasonic HDC-Z10000, Sony 3D DEV-5, Sony TD30V, .etc., but fail to watch them on 3D projector with your family members? Here offers the easy solution. 

As we all know, 3D AVCHD videos are hardly supported by 3D projector, or other devices or NLEs owing to its heavy codec and high compression rate. Although 3D AVCHD is a good video format for recording, it is more complex to open 3D AVCHD footage into 3D projector for playback. To fix the problem, you'd better convert these 3D MTS files to 3D SBS files for playback on your 3D projecto…