Whether you’re a first-time drone user or a seasoned pilot, the Chroma’s top-of-the-line 4K camera and agile navigation lets users of all abilities capture that epic shot right out of the box.
Camera features include:
4K/30fps or 1080p/120fps video
No-distortion lens – eliminates fisheye effect
Integrated, 3-axis brushless stabilization gimbal
Adjustable resolution and frame rate
Adjustable settings for different lighting conditions
Streams live video to the ST-10+ controller from as far as 600 meters
Streams live video to multiple mobile devices within 90-120 meters *
After capturing, you may wanna import these 4K videos into Premiere for further editing. While, the problem is that it is difficult for Premiere to support native Blade Chroma 4K videos.
To be frankly, Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 can handle (usually) 4K files without much problem, but it is extremely hardware intensive. If you wanna edit Blade Chroma 4K videos in Premiere without any issue, you can have a try to encode Blade Chroma 4K files to Premiere friendly format, MPEG-2 with a professional third party program.
What I used is Pavtube Video Converter for Mac (Read Review). With it, you can effortlessly encode/re-encode Blade Chroma 4K footage for smoothly importing and editing in various non-linear editing systems (NLE), including Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, iMovie, FCE and more. If you work 4K files in Adobe Premiere Pro on Windows PC, please get Pavtube Video Converter to solve the issues.
MTS to Premiere CC-2015.3 * H.265 to Premiere Pro * MKV to Premiere Pro * AVI to Premiere Pro
MP4 to Premiere Pro * XAVC to Premiere Pro * XAVC S to Premiere Pro * MPEG-2 to Premiere Pro
Now download your desire version on computer:
Free trial for Mac version
Start converting your Blade Chroma 4K to Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 format
Step 1: Load files to the program
Click “Add” button on the top of the main interface to load original Blade Chroma 4K videos to the program. Or you can simply drag&drop the videos to the software.
Step 2: Choose Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 preferred format
Go to “Format” pull down list to select Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas> MPEG-2(*.mpg) as the best video format for Premiere Pro. WMV, MOV formats in this column are the good choices as well.
Tip: Click the “Settings” button, you are able to enter the “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video and audio parameters for the converted files, including video size, bit rate, frame rate and more.
Step 3: Start conversion
Tap the Convert button to start transcoding Blade Chroma 4K to MPEG-2 for Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015.3. Once the process completes, you can find the generated videos via “Open” button. Now, it is easy for you to transfer the encoded 4K videos to Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 for further editing.
Tips: What’s New in Adobe Premiere Pro 2015.3?
New Lightweight Proxies
This is a great new feature that makes your machine more capable of editing video and watching the edit without any lag or rainbow wheel detracting from the experience. You can now keep the footage on a hard drive, and you have the option of importing the footage while making proxies that Premiere will use for you to edit with. And you can switch between the proxy view and original footage view by clicking one button.
If you export to your Creative Cloud, the files are accessible on your mobile devices too, so you can edit while on the move or if you need to pack light.
Edit While You Import
They really worked on the flow of editing video. It seems as though they listened to the editors out in the field, and improved on the ideas they brought to the party. You can now import footage while you edit it, and as soon as the import is completed Premiere automatically switches to the copied files and frees up the camera.
This is amazing for the small production team having only one camera shooting and limited time. It means you can free up time doing both importing and editing, rather than one or the other.
Enhanced Performance and Stability
Not only will you have better performance with the new lightweight proxies feature, you’ll also have less dropped frames across your devices. Adobe now has initial support from Apple Metal and h264 hardware decoding.
You can now isolate and fine-tune colors. White balancing is made easier and you can make subtle shade adjustments. The creative color panel is also reloaded so you can slide through presets and see what the color rendition will be. By clicking on it, the effect will be applied. You can also remove it with the same slider, or change the settings individually too. Your eyes will quickly adjust to these new colors so it is easy to toggle the preset effect on and off to make sure it’s done in the initial way you intended.
You can zoom in and out of individual frames of your timeline using = and -. This is great if you need to focus on a specific part of the sequence.
Navigate between clips start and end points by using Fn + Right or Fn + Left.
Remove Effects by selecting it and pressing Delete.
We know VR is an exciting new frontier of video experience. It is already enhancing a walkthrough of a house before it’s built or giving us the ability to walk around with some dinosaurs for fun. If you want to edit virtual reality video, Adobe has already added dual-screen editing in the previous release. Now you can use pan and tilt controls to preview the experience from the viewer’s perspective. (If you want to view 3D movies with some VR headset, you can read how to change 2D/3D to VR headset supported 3D )
Subtitles can now stay on the screen. You also have a lot more options. You can choose open or closed captions, and you can select fonts, color, size, and positioning. So you can now be rest-assured that the footage and subtitles are going to be on the screen, and your message will get conveyed in the way you want it to be.
You Can Publish Directly to Social Media
This makes the workflow much more streamlined. Instead of exporting to your desktop and then loading it into Dropbox for Vimeo, or uploading it to YouTube, Premiere can do this automatically using the Adobe Media Encoder.
Safer Collaboration With Libraries
You can now share files using Creative Cloud Libraries, and you can set files to be read-only, so your team members can use the files but not change or delete them. You can also find content faster with a new Libraries workspace and filtered search of Adobe Stock.