Samsung NX1 4K camcorder can record the H.265/HEVC footage? Yes! You did hear the news! Not long ago, Samsung announced they have become one of the first flow who can uses the latest H.265/HEVC as the recording codec with their NX1 series. As soon as H.265 comes out, with the higher quality and smaller size, it has been popular among our video lovers.
H.265/HEVC also has some issues with NELs:
When you enjoy the high definition image that H.265 brings to us, have you ever met the troubles when importing your Samsung NX1 H.265 recordings to NELs like Avid, or media devices like iPhone 6? Actually, due to the format limitation, H.265/HEVC has not been accepted by most popular NELs or media players. While with the higher and higher requirements of our users in watching HD videos, how could we do to solve such problems? Let me show you how to import Samsung NX1 H.265 videos to After Effects CC as the example.
Pavtube Video Converter—Best H.265 Encoder/Decoder for Samsung NX1.
Fortunately, since we have no methods of changing the NELs and Media devices, why not do some changes of H.265/HEVC videos? What a coincidence! The old famous Pavtube studio has recently announced that their upgraded version 4.8.2 of Windows video converters have the ability of working H.265 footage well. So in order to edit your Samsung H.265 recordings in After Effects CC, just convert your H.265 to MPG, which can be the most common format for After Effects CC.
Guide: How to convert H.265 to MPG for editing in After Effects CC?
Step 1. When you successfully install the H.265 to AE converter on your PC, launch it and get into your main interface. With the ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’, we can easily load our files in individual clips or complete folder.
Step 2. Press on the ‘Format’ bar and come to the output list, here just drop down the list, nearly on the bottom of the column, we suggest you to choose the ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg)’ as the best one.
Step 3.(Optional)Adjust the video and audio parameters, including the bitrates of Video & Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc., by clicking the ‘Settings’ button on the main interface for getting the best quality. Also, just leave them as the default is not a bad idea.
Finally, if you have finished the preparation work and want to get started, just hit the ‘Convert’ button to end. Such an easy job you can all handle well to get rid of the trouble of importing H.265 recordings to After Effects CC for nice editing. Just enjoy yourselves!