I'm talking of course about the fact that EditReady didn't have the ability to transcode MXF files, which left users of the Canon C300, Sony F5, and Sony F55 in a position where they wouldn't be able to take advantage of the program. Yesterday, Divergent Media released version 1.1 of EditReady, and the program now includes the ability to transcode MXF files into a variety of Quicktime formats, including ProRes, DNxHD, and h.264.

Here's a quick video showing a few sample MXF-based workflows.

Divergent Media offers a free trial of EditReady, and the full version is available for $50. If you'd like to learn more about the program, check out our last article, which not only features our review, but also an interview with Mike Woodworth, the CEO of Divergent Media and lead developer of EditReady.

Source: EditReady Now Supports MXF