Best solution for handling GoPro 4k Videos

Best solution for handling GoPro 4k Videos

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Outline: If you want to edit or play GoPro 4K videos but found your video application or program does not support 4K videos, you can firstly convert GoPro 4K video format with appropriate codec, then import them to your own video application for further editing on PC or Mac. In this guide, we will suggest the top 4K video converter, editor tools and briefly describe how you can convert or edit GoPro 4K videos on PC and Mac with them for better managing the GoPro 4K. 

GoPro makes the most popular cameras for sports. We are glad to know that the new Hero4 Black model now supports 4K video recording. You have a bunch of 4K footage on your GoPro camera, and try to play the video files with your current media player such as VLC, but find that the video footage appears to jump from frame to frame rather than playing smoothly as it should. Or you can play 4K videos on LG UHD TV sets, Samsung 4K TV, Sony 4K TV, etc. You will be able to play back GoPro 4K videos in 4K resolution on a 4K TV through a USB card reader or USB drive. Likewise, if you want to playback or edit 4K videos on PC or Mac, it has to be a 4K capable computer, otherwise the 4K video recorded by GoPro will likely play back choppy on your computer and you may not be able to edit the 4K content using video editors on your computer.

If you experience choppy, jerky, or broken up playback when viewing GoPro 4K video files, or can’t import and edit GoPro 4K with editors, it is not your camera problem, the problem lies with the codec and the high 4K resolution. The GoPro Hero cameras use H.264 method to compress and decompress the footage very heavily. This means that they take up less space on the card but, on the flip side, makes them very hard for your computer to play back. To make GoPro video files recognized by your computer and therefore play back much more smoothly, you should change the video footage to a less compressed, more easily worked format.

Here are the easiest ways to down convert your GoPro 4K video with the top GoPro 4K Video Converter. (learn how to compress 4K to 1080p)

How to Choose one best GoPro 4K Video Converter?

  • Able to read footage from all GoPro cameras, like GoPro Hero, GoPro Hero3 White, GoPro Hero3+ Silver, GoPro Hero4 Black, GoPro Hero4 Silver, etc.
  • Convert GoPro 4K video and 1080p Full HD video to any format you want, including H.265, AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, MPEG-4, FLV, etc. without quality loss.
  • Personalize GoPro HD/4K video by cropping, trimming, splitting, merging, adding watermark or special effects, adjusting brightness or contrast, etc.
  • Make it possible to play or edit GoPro 1080p HD or 4K UHD videos with a wide variety of multimedia devices or applications.
  • Compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP.
  • Compatible withMac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion, 10.7 Lion, 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard.

Detail Top 4 Video Converters for GoPro 4K (you can read top 4K video converter review)

GoPro (4K) Video Converter Pavtube Video Converter Pavtube HD Video Converter Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate iFastime Video Converter Ultimate

Support all import videos from GoPro models

GoPro Hero 5
GoPro Hero 4
GoPro Hero 3
GoPro Hero 2
GoPro Hero

Support Hot features

Batch Covnert GoPro Videos
Merge GoPro Videos
Windows CPU
perfect audio and video sync technology
Basic video editing functions
simple clear interface
Supported Output format
FCP X/7/6, iMovie, FCE
Avid Media Composer
Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015.3, After Effects CC 2015.3…..
DaVinci Resolve/Windows Movie Maker/GoPro Studio etc
TVs(Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, LG)
Youtube, Vimeo, Facebook, Google plus…
Portable Devices (Samsung Galaxy series, Apple iPhone series, iPad series, Amazon Kindle series, Google Nexus series…)
PS4/PS3/Xbox 360/Xbox One
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