DaVinci Resolve is a powerful professional non-linear editing program with which users can edit and grade the video in real time. DaVinci Resolve can import many video formats for editing including the video file directly from the cameras. The video files with the file extensions that DaVinci Resolve support include: ARI, MTS, MXF, AVI, CIN, DNG, DPX, RMF, CDX, DCP, MP4, MOV, EXR, TIFF, VRW R3D, JPG, J2C, etc, but which does not mean every video format on the above supporting list can be imported into DaVinci Resolve successfully. The video codecs in the supporting video format also decide whether the video file can be edited successfully or not, like MOV. So sometimes you may encounter the following MOV Davinci Resolve not importing issue:
Q 1: “Hi guys, Need some help.
After a multitude of terrible issues regarding Premiere XML, I have decided to simply use scene detection to grade a feature film. However, Resolve seems to not even recognize the file whatsoever.
This is a .mov file, 117 GB. Codec is Apple ProRest 422 (HQ), AAC, Timecode.
Anyone have any issues with this? We are trying to make TIFF and in a serious pickle.”
Q 2: “I’m using DaVinci Resolve Lite 9.1.1. When importing .mov files (shot with Canon 5D Mark III), I get 2 same second-to-last frames but no last frame at the end. Anyone have any issues with this? How can I load .mov files to Resolve without issue?”
If your MOV files are not accepted by your Resolve, it’s probably because of the video or audio codec incompatibility. On this occasion, you need to transcode MOV to DaVinci Resolve preferred formats and codecs like DNxHD or ProRes files and then transfer the converted MOV files to DaVinci Resolve for editing.
The article would show you how to change MOV to DaVinci Resolve editing-friendly format step by step with a professional MOV to Davinci Resolve Video Converter for Mac. It is the best video converter that can help you transcode MOV as well as MKV, DivX, MTS, WMV, etc to DaVinci Resolve compatible DNxHD format with high output video quality. With it, you can also convert H.265, MKV, MP4, AVI, FLV etc to Davinci Resolve formats for smooth editing. For windows users, please get Pavtube HD Video Converter. Download it now and follow the steps to convert your MOV videos to DaVinci Resolve for editing.
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Start Transcoding unrecognized MOV to ProRes (HQ) .MOV for Davinci Resolve 11
Step 1. Load the MOV files.
Click “Add” button to load unrecognized *.mov files or directly drag the footage to the program. You can check the “Merge into one” box to join several video files together.
Step 2. Choose DaVinci Resolve 11 compatible format.
As is mentioned above, Avid DNxHD is well supported by DaVinci Resolve 11. So just click the format bar to follow “Avid Media Compose” ＞ “Avid DNxHD 720p (*.mov)” or “Avid DNxHD 1080p (*.mov).”
Tip: If necessary, you can click “Settings” button and go to “Profiles Settings” panel to modify video and audio settings like video encoder, resolution, video bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, audio encoder, sample rate, audio bit rate, and audio channels.
Step 3. Start the conversion.
Go back to the main UI and click “Convert” button to start unrecognized *.mov to DaVinci Resolve 11 best suitable (*.mov) format conversion process.
When the conversion is done, click “Open Output Folder” button to pop out the folder with converted files, then you can add those files into DaVinci Resolve Media Pool without any issues.
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