Sony is pleased to announce the introduction of the new PMW-320 XDCAM EX Camcorder. This new shoulder mount camcorder joins the award-winning XDCAM EX product family of professional Solid State Recording acquisition tools. This new camcorder inherits all of the advanced creative recording features of the successful PMW-EX1, PMW-EX1R, PMW-EX3 and the PMW-350 camcorders, and also offers several enhancements such as improved low light capability as well as SD recording as a standard feature.
We all know that the recordings' format of Sony PMW-320 is the MXF which delivers stunning picture quality. However, if you want to deinterlace and edit Sony PMW-320 MXF in iMovie 8/9/11, you will meet some problems. The problems lie in that iMovie 8/9/11 cannot support the original MXF footages from PMW-320. It is a common sense that the most compatible format for iMovie 8/9/11 is Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC)(*.mov). So the first problem you have to solve is to deinterlace/transcode Sony PMW-320 MXF to AIC the most compatible codec which is specially designed for editing in iMovie 8/9/11.
Steps for deinterlace Sony PMW-320 MXF clips to iMovie 8/9/11.
Step 1: Install the top Sony MXF Converter for Mac on your Mac OS X, and run it to import your Sony PMW-320 1080p MXF footages to it. Tip: If you want to combine the files together, please tick the box "Merge into one" on the main interface.
Step 2: Click the Format box and select best output format on the dropdown list. You are advised to choose Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC)(*.mov) as the export.
Step 3: Click the "Settings" icon on the main interface and youíd better set the video size as 1920*1080, video frame rate as 30fps(or 25fps PAL) for importing Sony PMW-320 MXF to iMovie 8/9/11 with the best quality.
Step 4: Click the Arrow button on main interface to start converting/deinterlace Sony PMW-320 MXF clips to AIC video immediately.
After the Sony PMW-320 MXF to AIC converter finished transcoding, you can run the iMovie 8/9/11 to import the converted files and edit them in it without any rendering or incompatibility problem. Just launch iMovie and then choose File > Import > Movies. You can follow this tutorial How to Import video files, projects to iMovie 8/9/11.
Need to convert PDF to JPEG in Mac OS X Lion or Mountain Lion? Yep, converting PDF to JPG/JPEG is necessary if you want to open the file easily on portable devices. As you know, it is not the case with PDF file itself. To open a PDF, you have to install a PDF reader first while you donít have to do so for opening an image on a device. To make most of the PDF files and images, letís learn how to convert PDF to JPG/JPEG in Mac OS X Lion, Mountain Lion, and Windows (Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP).
To convert PDF to JPG/JPEG image format, a PDF to JPG/JPEG Converter is needed. To make sure the good quality of the output JPG/JPEG images, I suggest you use: Firstarsoft PDF to JPG/JPEG Converter (for Windows users) and PDF to JPG/JPEG Converter for Mac (for Mac users). Both of them are powerful PDF to JPG/JPEG converters. With them, you can convert PDF to JPG/JPEG images in Windows 8 and Mac OS X Mountain Lion in only 2 steps.
Step 1. Download PDF to JPG/JPEG Converter
Drag and drop PDF files to the PDF to JPG/JPEG Converter. This little app is able to convert PDF files in batch. So to save time, you can import a range of PDF files to perform the batch conversion.
Step 2. Select JPEG as the output format
On Mac PDF to JPG/JPEG Converter, click the little settings button to reveal the output formats list. Click Image to select JPG (.jpg) as the output format. On Windows PDF to JPEG Converter, select Image from the output format list. And then click the Advance Setting button to reveal the preferences dialogue box. Under the images tab, select JPG (.jpg) as the output format..
Step 3. Begin the PDF to JPG/JPEG Conversion
Click the Convert button to convert PDF to JPG/JPEG on Mac and Windows PC. Just in a few seconds, the conversion would be finished. After the conversion, youíll see an array of JPEG images in the output folder. Cool, right? This is how to convert PDF to JPG/JPEG in Mac OS X Lion (Mountain Lion included) and Windows (Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP).