The Yuneec Typhoon H Pro is the most advanced aerial photography and videography platform available in such a compact size. Driven by customer demand for a design that goes beyond the limitations of a traditional quadcopter, Typhoon H delivers capabilities previously only found in high-end professional offerings, but at a consumer price.
The Yuneec Typhoon HD Pro supports to record UHD 4K video at 30 fps. For Mac users, when the shooting is completed, you will wish to load the Yuneec Typhoon H Pro 4K footage into some professional NLE editing software such as Final Cut Pro X, Premiere, iMovie, Avid Media Composer, etc for some post-editing workflow. Due to the format incompatible or computer hardware limitation, you may encounter many editing issues such as format not import, 4K video skips or jumps in the timeline, etc. The following article will show you how to get a smooth workflow of Yuneec Typhoon HD Pro 4K video with all NLE editing software.
Work Yuneec Typhoon H Pro 4K video on slow Mac computer
As 4K video editing is very processor intensive, therefore, you will need a powerful Mac computer to handle 4K resolution video. If you are running a slow Mac computer, the Yuneec Typhoon HD Pro 4K video will be very choppy when you playback the footage on the NLE timeline. To fix this problem, it would be ideal for you to create a small resolution Proxy files with those NLE or compress 4K to 1080p so that you can get a fast playback performance.
Best workflow of Yuneec Typhoon H Pro 4K with NLE
Every NLE software have its most favorable editing format, if you wish to get the high quality and high performance editing workflow of Yuneec Typhoon HD Pro 4K video with them, it would be ideal for you to transcode the 4K video to that editing codec. For example, for editing with iMovie, Apple Intermedia Codec would be the best choice, for editing with Final Cut Pro X, Apple Prores can be your best choice, as for Avid, DNxHD can be the splendid selection.
To produce those editing codec, we highly recommend Pavtube Video Converter for Mac (review) to you. The program has the perfect capability to handle 4K video with various different file formats including 4K H.265, 4K H.264, 4K XAVC, 4K XAVC S, 4K Prores, 4K AVI, 4K WMV, 4K MP4, 4K MOV, 4K MKV, etc. You can directly generate iMovie native supported Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC), FCP native accepted Apple Prores codec, Premiere specially optimized MPEG-2 and Avid Media Composer best favorable DNxHD codec with just few clicks.
Step by Step to Import and Edit Yuneec Typhoon H Pro 4K with NLE on Mac
Step 1: Import Typhoon-H Pro 4K videos.
From “File”drop-down option, select “add Video/Audio”to add source Typhoon-H 4K Pro video files to the program.
Step 2: Select output file format.
Click “Format”bar, from its drop-down list, select the best optimized editing format for iMovie, FCP, Premiere, Avid, etc. If you plan to edit Yuneec Typhoon H Pro 4K with FCP, it would be ideal for you to choose “Final Cut Pro” > “Apple Prores 422(*.mov)”, you can also choose other editing formats on your own needs.
Step 3: Edit Typhoon H Pro 4K video.
Select an item on the main interface to active the “Editor” menu, then click the pencil like icon to open “Video Editor” Window, you can play and preview the original video and output effects. Also you can flip video, trim, add special effect, reset, and adjust volume.
Step 4: Start Typhoon H Pro 4K video to NEL software conversion.
Go back to the main interface and press the right-bottom “Convert” icon to start Typhoon-H 4K video to Apple Proes conversion process.
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