How to Convert XAVC to WMV on Mac and Windows
If you recorded some HD video clips with the latest professional camcorder Sony F55 or F5 and want to view them on your PC, you will find that your Windows Media Player has no ability to play such files. Why, Sony F55 and F5 record videos in a super high resolution video format-XAVC, which is accepted by seldom apps so far, without some professional apps such as Sony Vegas Pro 12, Adobe Creative Suite 6, you cannot even open the files on your Windows PC. So, how to solve this problem? How to view the XAVC files on Windows? The best solution is to convert XAVC to WMV, the format fully accepted by Windows.
To convert XAVC files to .WMV successfully and quickly, a professional XAVC to WMV Converter is needed. Here, I would like to recommend iOrgsoft XAVC Video Converter to you. This program is powerful enough to convert 4K XAVC video recordings to WMV files with high quality even the original quality remained. In addition, it is a handy program with user-friendly interface, which will facilitate you to do anything you want easily. If you are a Mac user and want to share your XAVC recordings with your friends who are still working with the Windows PCs, you can use the XAVC Converter for Mac to convert XAVC to WMV on Mac.
Load XAVC files to the XAVC to WMV Converter
Hit "Add file" button to import your XAVC files to the program after you running the Converter. The Mac version enables you to drag and drop the video files to the software directly.
Select WMV as output format
Click format icon, then you can choose to go to HD Video column to select HD WMV as output format to get best video effect.
Start XAVC to .WMV Conversion
When everything is ready, hit "Convert" button to start converting XAVC files to .WMV, the converting speed depends on your file length and the performance of your computer, you let the smart XAVC Converter run on the background and go to have a cup of coffee. After the conversion is finished, a message will pop up to direct you to find the converted files, then you can import the output files to Windows Media Player to view.