Based on Mavic Pro, DJI Mavic Pro Platinum has been improved greatly. The newly designed 8331 quick-release folding propeller and the latest FOC sinusoidal driver ESC make the aircraft much more aerodynamic, power-efficient, and lower 60 percent noise during takeoff and landing. The flight time has been extended to 30 minutes, which means half an hour’s fun of flying at a high speed, and shooting smooth 4K UHD videos within 7km control range.
Work Mavic Pro Platinum 4K with PPC
Featuring the same video recording modes as DJI Mavic Pro, the DJI Mavic Pro Platinum also allows users to shoot both DCI and UHD 4K video in either MP4 or MOV container format compressed with MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 compression codec. After the shooting stage, for professional editors who are looking for a powerful yet feature-rich video editing software for your DJI Mavic Pro Platinum 4K footage, Premiere Pro CC can better satisfy your pro video editor needs, particularly when it comes to collaboration. How about the workflow of Mavic Pro Platinum 4K with Premiere Pro CC?
Native import Mavic Pro Platinum 4K to Premiere Pro CC
Adobe has been updated with native support for 4K Ultra HD video editing since the version of 2015.1, in addition, the H.264 MP4/MOV format shot with DJI Mavic Pro Platinum is also included in the importing format for Premiere Pro CC. However, there are still occasions when people find it would be a great challenge to edit 4K video with Premiere Pro CC on slow computer that doesn’t meet the minimum requirements to edit 4K video. The good news is that you can still achieve a smooth workflow of Mavic Pro Platinum 4K with PPC on even under-powered with the 2 solutions listed below.
- Create Proxy media with Premiere Pro CC
– Compress Mavic Pro Platinum 4K to 1080p
Create Proxy media with Premiere Pro CC
Benefits of Proxy media for 4K editing in Premiere Pro CC
The process of creating Proxy files is making a copies of the 4k video files at a lower resolution. You then load these lower resolution files in to your Premiere Pro CC and editing using these. Before you export your finished edited video you replace the low-resolution, proxy, files with the full resolution 4K ones. Then all that is left is a final colour edit and to export the final 4K file. With this technique you can edit and export a 4K video even if you don’t have a computer or monitor that is suitable for editing 4K video.
How to create Proxy files with Premiere Pro CC?
You can create proxies directly from items in the project panel. Choose Create Proxis from the project panel context menu to open the Create Proxies dialog. The menu item is enabled when one or more items in the panel are selected that can be proxied. Premiere Pro can create proxies for master clip project items if they have video, have no captions, and are not growing files. The media must also be online.
In the Create Proxies dialog you can choose one of several built-in presets to use when transcoding high-resolution originals to create proxies. You can also add presets created in Adobe Media Encoder by clicking the Add Ingest Preset button. You can also choose to create proxies in a “Proxies” directory next to the original media, or in a custom location.
If you allow the progress dialog box to complete, a proxy job is created in Adobe Media Encoder for each of the project items chosen that can be proxied, and an offline proxy is attached to each project item. You can monitor the progress of these jobs in the Premiere Pro Progress panel, or in Adobe Media Encoder.
While the jobs are processed, you can continue to work with the corresponding high-resolution project items in Premiere Pro. When the proxy jobs complete, Premiere Pro automatically switches to displaying the proxy video in the Timeline if Enable Proxies is enabled in the Media preferences panel.
Premiere Pro does not need to remain open while proxy jobs are processed in Adobe Media Encoder. If you quit Premiere Pro before all jobs are complete, any proxies created while Premiere Pro is not running are attached when Premiere Pro is launched and the document is reopened.
Compress Mavic Pro Platinum 4K to 1080p
If you just plan to export 1080p but not 4K video from Premiere Pro CC after finishing the editing stage for smooth viewing the Mavic Pro Platinum footage on smartphone, tablets, HD TV, etc. It would be a good option for you to directly compress 4K to 1080p before loading the Mavic Pro Platinum 4K footage into Premiere Pro CC.
Here, you can easily complete the video compression process by downloading our best 4K Video Compressor for Mac – Pavtube Video Converter for Mac (review). The program has perfect importing support for the 4K H.264 MP4/MOV video shot with DJI Mavic Pro Platinum. Thanks to its batch conversion mode, you can load multiple 4K video into the application for conversion at one time to save your precious time.
With this simple to use application, you can not only export DJI Mavic Pro Platinum 4K H.264 MP4/MOV to Premiere Pro CC supported editing formats but also assists you to beneficially compress Mavic Pro Platinum 4K to 1080p by adjusting the output file resolution as “1980*1020″ in the “Profile Settings” window of the program. You can also flexibly tweak other profile parameters such as video codec, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, bit rate, sample rate, channels, etc according to your own needs.
Trim/Crop/Watermark/Apply effect to Mavic Pro Platinum 4K video
Before loading the Mavic Pro Platinum 4K into Premiere Pro CC, you can first do some simple video editing by using the beneficial video editing work offered by the application. You can trim or cut video to remove unwanted parts or segments, crop video to get off the black edges or unwanted size area, add video/image/transparent text watermark, apply special rendering effect, insert external srt/ass/ssa subtitle to video, etc.
How to Compress Mavic Pro Platinum 4K to 1080p for PPC Smooth Editing on Slow Mac Computer?
Step 1: Load Mavic Pro Platinum 4K video into the program.
Open the program, click “File” menu, from its drop-down option, select “Add Video/Audio” to load DJI Mavic Pro Platinum 4K H.264 MP4/MOV Video to the program.
Step 2: Choose output file format.
Clicking the Format bar, from its drop-down list, select one of Premiere Pro CC supported HD file format “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” under “HD Video” main category.
Step 3: Compress Mavic Pro Platinum 4K to 1080p.
Click “Settings” icon on the main interface to open the “Profile Settings” window, from “Size(pix)” drop-down options, select “1920*1080″ or “1080*720″ to compress 4K to 1080p.
Step 3: Edit DJI Mavic Pro Platinum 4K video.
On the top tool bar on the main interface, click the pencial like icon to open “Video Editor” window, you can trim Mavic Pro Platinum 4K video to remove the unwanted parts by setting the start and end time, crop to remove the black borders or unwanted area by dragging the dash line around the video frame, flip video, add text/image/video watermark, change video picture effect, replace/remove audio in video, add external subtitles, etc.
Step 4: Start the conversion process.
After all settings are done, click right-bottom “Convert” button to begin to convert and compress DJI Mavic Pro Platinum 4K video to Premiere Pro compatible 1080p editing codec or resolution.
When the conversion is completed, you will have no problem to import video to Premiere Pro CC for smooth post video editing workflow.