Personal Entertainment SNS http://digisns.com Multimedia Software, Multimedia Personal Entertainment Life Fri, 28 Apr 2017 05:34:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.1 Post DJI Phantom 4K Video to YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook http://digisns.com/2017/04/post-phantom-4k-to-youtube-vimeo-facebook/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=post-phantom-4k-to-youtube-vimeo-facebook http://digisns.com/2017/04/post-phantom-4k-to-youtube-vimeo-facebook/#comments Thu, 27 Apr 2017 03:17:15 +0000 http://digisns.com/?p=4174 For DJI Phantom users who have shot your footage with 4 resolution, after doing some simple or professional editing, you can post the 4K footage to YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook to share your great work with people around the world. The following article will show you how to smoothly upload DJI Phantom 4K video to YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook with best quality.

Best 4K uploading settings for YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook

A lot of people get terrible quality when they directly upload the footage to video sharing sites without any configurations. Therefore, before going any further, you should first be clear of what are the best 4K uploading settings for YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook. To save your time and energy, the following article will those settings with great details for you.

Best 4K uploading settings for YouTube

Container: MP4
Video codec: H.264
Progressive scan not interlacing
High Profile
2 consecutive B frames
Closed GOP. GOP of half the frame rate.
CABAC
Variable bitrate, no bit rate limit required, though we offer recommended bit rates below for reference,
Chroma subsampling: 4:2:0
Audio codec: AAC-LC
Channels: Stereo or Stereo + 5.1
Sample rate 96khz or 48khz

Compatible Frame rate and bit rate for 4K uploading

SDR uploads

Resolution

Video Bitrate, Standard Frame Rate
(24, 25, 30)

Video Bitrate, High Frame Rate
(48, 50, 60)

2160p (4k)

35-45 Mbps

53-68 Mbps

HDR uploads

Resolution

Video Bitrate, Standard Frame Rate
(24, 25, 30)

Video Bitrate, High Frame Rate
(48, 50, 60)

2160p (4k)

44-56 Mbps

66-85 Mbps

Resolution and aspect ratio

YouTube uses 16:9 aspect ratio players. If you’re uploading a non-16:9 file, it will be processed and displayed correctly as well, with pillar boxes (black bars on the left and right) or letter boxes (black bars at the top and bottom) provided by the player.

Time and file size limitations for YouTube video upload

Size: Make sure you’re using an up-to-date version of your browser so you can upload files greater than 20GB. The maximum file size you can upload to YouTube is 128GB.

Length: By default, you can upload videos that are up to 15 minutes long, but you can upload longer videos by following the steps below to verify your account.
1. go to the upload page at youtube.com/upload.
2. At the bottom of the page, click Increase your limit. You can also go directly to https://www.youtube.com/verify.
3. Follow the steps to verify your account. You can choose to receive a verification code through a text message on a mobile phone or an automated voice call.
4. Once you’ve verified your account, you can upload videos that are longer than 15 minutes long

Best 4K uploading settings for Vimeo

Video settings

Codec: H.264 High Profile (a balance of high quality and efficient file size) or Apple Prores 422 (HQ) (a high quality codec with much large file size)
Frame rate: It’s best to maintain the video’s native frame rate when compressing your video. If your footage exceeds 60 FPS, Vimeo will automatically reduce the frame rate. Important: It is highly recommend a constant frame rate throughout the entire video.
Bit rate: 30-60Mbps
Resolution and aspect ratio: 4K UHD (3840×2160), 16:9 aspect ratio

Audio settings:

Codec: For best results, we recommend using AAC-LC (low complexity) for the audio codec.
Bit rate: For best results, encode your audio at constant rate of 320 kbit/s.
Sample rate: For best results, set your audio sample rate to 48 kHz. If your working setting is already less than or equal to 48 kHz, leave it as is. For any audio uploaded with a sampling rate over 48kHz, Vimeo will resample your audio to 48 kHz or below.
Channels: For best results, we recommend 2-channel Stereo audio. For any number of channels above 2, we will downmix your audio to 2 channels.

Best 4K uploading settings for Facebook

Codec: H.264 video with AAC audio in MP4 or MOV format
Frame Rate: a maximum frame rate of 30 frames per second
Aspect Ratio: 16×9
Audio Sample Rate: 22050hz or 44100hz
Length: less than45 minutes
Size: no more than 1GB, but if the video is go beyond 1GB file size, then you must limit a 1080 HD upload file to a max bitrate of 8 Mbps, and a 720 HD file must be limited to a max bitrate of 4 Mbps.

Upload Phantom 4K Video to YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook with Best Quality

The 4K video recorded with DJI Phantom camera may encoded with YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook incompatible video codec, frame rate, bit rate or audio codec, bit rate, sample rate and channels, etc. To fix all those uploading settings unmatched issuse, you can download Pavtube Video Converter (review), which not only assist you to convert DJI Phantom 4K video to YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook supported uploading format, but also allows you to adjust output profile parameters like video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, bit rate, sample rate, channels, etc to let them fit with YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook.

Trim or split video for YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook

If your video exceeds the upload length limitation of YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook, you can shorten video length with no quality loss with the “Trim” function offered by the program to cut off unwanted parts from the video to leave only your unwanted segments. If your video size is too large, you can split the large file into small segments by file size, count or length.

For your convenience, the program is available on both Windows and Mac platform. For Mac users, please feel free to download Pavtube Video Converter for Mac to complete the job on macOS Sierra 10.12. The program is pretty simple to use, anyone can learn to use it in minutes. In addition, the results produced by the program are pretty high quality, you can’t tell the difference between the converted video and the original 4K files.

How to Upload DJI Phantom 4K Video to YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook with Best Quality?

Step 1: Load DJI Phantom 4K Video into the program.

Start the program on your computer, click “File” menu and select “Add Video/Audio” or “Add from folder” to import DJI Phantom 4K Video.

import DJI Phantom 4K Video

Step 2: Output YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook best uploading 4k format.

Click “Format” bar, from its drop-down options, choose YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook best compatible 4K uploading format from “Common VIdeo” > “H.264 High Profile Video(*.mp4)”.

Output YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook best uploading 4k format

Step 3: Tweak encoding settings for YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook 4K upload.

Click “Hit “Settings” to open the “Profile Settings” window, here you can adjust the output video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate and audio codec, bit rate, sample rate and channels to let them fit them YouTube.

Best encoding settings for YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook 4K upload

Step 4: Trim/Split DJI Phantom 4K video.

Trim video length

In the video editor window, choose the “Trim” tab and this tab is selected by default when the editing window appears. You can use the trim function to cut off unwanted parts from start and end. You can either drag pointers on the process bar or set exact time point in Start and End boxes to set to reduce video length to no more than 15 minutes for YouTube uploading.

Trim video length

Split large file into small pieces

Click the split button on the file list to launch the Video Split window. Ticking “Enable” option, you can split the file by file count, time length, or file size.

Split large file into small pieces

Step 5: Start the conversion process.

After all settings are done, click right-bottom “Convert” button to begin to convert DJI Phantom 4K video to YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook best uploading formats and settings.

When the conversion is completed, you can smoothly upload and share Phantom 4K video to YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook smoothly with perfect quality.

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Best Editing Workflow of GH5 4K with Premiere Pro CC/CS6 http://digisns.com/2017/04/edit-gh5-4k-with-premiere-pro-cc-cs6/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=edit-gh5-4k-with-premiere-pro-cc-cs6 http://digisns.com/2017/04/edit-gh5-4k-with-premiere-pro-cc-cs6/#comments Tue, 25 Apr 2017 03:11:39 +0000 http://digisns.com/?p=4164 The Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 is an exceptionally capable video camera which supports internal recording at 4K 60/50p (4:2:0 8bit) & 4K 30/25p/24p (4:2:2 10bit). The 4K video is wrapped in either a MOV or MP4 container compression with H.264 codec. For Premiere Pro users, when the shooting is completed, you can load the 4K video footage into Premiere Pro for some professional post editing, the following article will show you how to get the best workflow of GH5 4K with Premiere Pro CC/CS6.

Lumix GH5 4K

Can Premiere Pro CC/CS6 handle GH5 4K video?

Both Premiere Pro CC and CS6 has the ability to handle 4K resolution video, however, compared to CS6, Premiere Pro CC is a better option for editing 4K video, since Adobe have been adding support for new 4K formats and 4K new export options for Premier Pro CC but this will not be included in CS6 as it was last updated 2 years ago. As for the 4K H.264 video recorded by GH5, from Premiere Pro CC supported file formats lists, we get the information that both Premiere Pro CC and CS6 have native import support for GH5 4K H.264 video. Nevertheless, people still encounter problem they try to edit GH5 4K video on slow computer or directly load GH5 4K H.264 video into Premiere Pro CC/CS6 on powerful Mac computer, the following article will show you how to fix them one by one.

Work GH5 4K video with Premiere Pro CC/CS6 on slow computer

If you try to directly playback 4K video with Premiere Pro CC/CS6 on a slow computer, you will only find that the video skips and jumps, make it virtually impossible to edit with any real finesse. Perhaps you can spend more money to buy a new powerful computer, but that isn’t always possible. The good news is that you still have the chance to edit 4K video or even other high resolution video with Premiere Pro CC since the latest Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 now provides an incredibly powerful proxy workflow that makes editing of 4K media a breeze. You can read this article to create Proxy files with Premiere Pro CC in small resolution for smooth editing workflow on underpowered computer.

However, this feature is not available on Premiere Pro CS6 or previous version.

Edit GH5 4K H.264 with Premiere Pro CC/CS6 with powerful computer

If you happen to own a powerful computer that meet the minimum requirements to play and edit 4K video, you can get a high performance of workflow of 4K video on Premiere Pro CC/CS6. However, if you try to directly load the GH5 4K H.264 video into Premiere Pro CC/CS6, you can easily encounter the following issues:
– Slow searching for and decoding of frames
– Frame-accuracy problems
– Crashing or freezing
– Strange artifacts or blocking on your video
– Error messages or displaying black video

The main reason is that H.264 is a good inter-frame delivery file format, but not a good editing format. To fix this issue, it would be much ideal for you to convert H.264 to one of Premiere Pro CC/CS6 compatible intra-frame video editing format such as DV or Apple Prores formats.

Transcode GH5 4K H.264 for best editing workflow of Premiere Pro CC/CS6

To get the job easily done, you can download Pavtube Video Converter for Mac (review), which helps to directly to convert GH5 4K H.264 to Premiere Pro CC/CS6 favorable intra-frame editing formats DV or Apple Prores formats in various types including Apple Prores 422, Apple Prores 422 HQ, Apple Prores 422 Proxy and Apple Prores 422 LT. For Premiere Pro CS6 users, you can take good advantage of the small resolution file Apple Prores 422 Proxy or Apple Prores 422 LT created by the program for smooth editing workflow of 4K video with Premiere Pro CS6 on slow computer.

Edit GH5 4K with built-in video editing function

Don’t want to move the whole video clip into Premiere Pro CC/CS6 for post editing, never mind, you can use the program’s built-in trim function to cut off unwanted parts. If there are blackbars around the video frame, you can use the crop function to remove them off. In addition, you can also add external subtitle to the video.

For your convenience, the program is available on both Windows (get Windows version) and Mac platform. In addition, the program has perfect compatibility with the new Windows 10 and macOS Sierra 10.12. Unlike other lower quality conversion tool on the market, the program is very safe and clean, it doesn’t feature any any ads or bundled adware. What’s more, the quality of the converted video is pretty high quality, you can’t tell the difference between the result file and the original source video.

How to Convert GH5 4K for Premiere Pro CC/CS6 for Best Editing Workflow?

Step 1: Load GH5 4K video into the program.

Open the program, click “File” menu, from its drop-down option, select “Add Video/Audio” to load GH5 4K video to the program.

Load GH5 4K video

Step 2: Define the output format.

Clicking the Format bar, from its drop-down list, you can choose one of Premiere Pro CC/CS6 compatible Intra-frame editing format such as Apple Prores format. If your computer is powerful enough to handle 4K video, it would be ideal for you to choose “Apple Prores 422(*.mov)” or “”Apple Prores 422(HQ)(*.mov)” for high quality performance on Premiere Pro CS6.

Choose Apple Prores 422 or Prores 422(HQ)

If you have a underpowered computer, it is ideal for you to output “Apple Prores 422(Proxy)(*.mov)” or “Apple Prores 422(LT)(*.mov)” format.

 Choose Prores 422(Proxy) or Prores 422(LT) format

Step 3: Adjust output file resolution.

Click “Settings” on the main interface to open “Profile Settings” window, here, under video section, adjust output video resolution as “1920*1080″ or smaller resolution for smooth editing 4K video with Premiere Pro CC on slow Mac computer.

Adjust output file resolution

Step 4: Trim/Crop/Add subtitle to 4K files.

Select an item on the main interface to activate the “Video Editor” function, in the opened “Video Editor” window, you can trim or cut off 4K video length, crop to remove black frame or insert external subtitle to it.

Edit GH5 4K video

Step 5: Start the conversion process.

Go back to the main interface, hit right-bottom “Convert” button to start to convert GH5 4K video to Premiere Pro CC/CS6 best favorable 4K editing formats. 

When the conversion is completed, feel free to import video to Premiere Pro CC for professional post-production workflow on either powerful or slow computer.

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DJI 4K Video Don’t Play on VLC, Solved http://digisns.com/2017/04/play-dji-4k-video-on-vlc/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=play-dji-4k-video-on-vlc http://digisns.com/2017/04/play-dji-4k-video-on-vlc/#comments Thu, 20 Apr 2017 06:37:35 +0000 http://digisns.com/?p=4153 For DJI users who have recorded some some 4K H.264 or H.265 video with your DJI Phantom 3/4, DJI Phantom 4 Pro/4 Pro+, DJI Mavic Pro or other DJI camera models, you may often find that you can’t play the 4K videos properly with VLC just as the conditions described below:

“I have the DJI Phantom 4 Pro+, and I used to be able to play back the 1080p footage from it, it’s H.265, but the 4K wasn’t playing properly at all. Now after I installed the 2.2.0 version, none of them plays, it just stops at the first frame and the sound continues. If I jump into the video, a new frame shows, but no video, and sound plays still.”

“This is common problem I’ve read on DJI forums. Even quite powerful i7 SSD PC don’t play DJI Inspire / Phantom 4K 100Mbps bitrate video properly. By slowing speed to 0.67 it plays smooth on my PC. My VLC is 2.2.4 and Windows 7 64 bit. Is there change that developer checks what could be done to play these videos properly? I could provide test material from DJI X4S camera. Thanks!”

Can VLC play 4K video?

Although VLC has added support for 4K video playback since the version 2.1. However, as 4K video playback has strict requirements on the computer’s processor and graphic chip. In addition, sometimes, even your computer meet the minimum requirement to play 4K video, you may find that 4K video plays back choppy. This is due to the immense processing power required to play 4K.

How to smoothly play DJI 4K H.264 with VLC?

For those people who have DJI 4K H.264 video playback choppy or stuttering issue with VLC, you can fix this problem by enabling the GPU accelerated decoding feature in VLC. According to VLC’s GPU decoding page, as the data is decoded in the GPU at the decoding stage and then transferred back to the player so that the other stages, filtering and streaming for instance, can be processed, this process can under circumstances be slower than without gpu acceleration enabled. What’s more, the VLC GPU decoding is only available for selected operating systems. While Windows Vista and newer versions of the Microsoft operating system are supported, Windows XP is not at this point in time. The majority of graphic cards should support hardware acceleration just fine. Make sure you have installed the latest drivers though.

How to enable hardware acceleration in VLC?

Open VLC Media Player and click on Tools > Preferences or press Ctrl-P to open the settings window of the program. If you are using the simple settings interface, click on Input & Codecs on the left sidebar and check the Use GPU accelerated decoding box there.

check

If you are using the all interface select Input/Codecs > Video Codecs > FFmpeg > Hardware decoding instead to enable acceleration this way.

enable

Click on the save button afterwards and restart the media player to work with the new setting. Try playing several video files to see if hardware acceleration makes a difference in terms of playback. If it does, keep the setting enabled. If it does not, just go back to the settings to uncheck the option again.

How to playback properly DJI 4K H.265 with VLC?

To play H.265 with VLC, you must download the VLC media player with lidde265 HEVC video codec, which is available on GitHub:
https://github.com/strukturag/vlc-2.1/releases/latest
The .zip version can be used without installation, just extract to any folder and run the vlc.exe.

In addition, you computer should meet the minimum system requirements below for 4K viewing:  a PC with an Intel or AMD CPU equivalent to Intel Core i7 with 4 cores, running at 2.3GHz.

Best alternative way to play DJI 4K with VLC

For those people who own a computer operation system that doesn’t support VLC GPU decoding feature for H.264 video or your computer isn’t powerful enough to handle 4K UHD video. Or above listed solutions still don’t solve your computer. You can choose a more effective and simple to use solution – compress or decode DJI 4K H.264 or 4K H.265 to VLC perfect workable H.264 HD file formats. Here, you can get the job easily completed with our best 4K Video Converter - Pavtube Video Converter, which has perfect support for both DJI 4K H.264 or 4K H.265 file file formats, besides enabling you to enabling you to compress 4K to 1080p, you can also use the program to compress 1080p to 720p or smaller file resolution for smooth playback with VLC media player on smartphones or tablets.

Adjust output profile parameters

To get better output video and audio quality, you can flexibly adjust output profile parameters including video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, bit rate, sample rate, channels, etc in the program’s “Profile Settings” window.

For your convenience, the program is available for both Windows and Mac platform. For Mac users, you can download Pavtube Video Converter for Mac to fix VLC DJI 4K Playback problems on macOS Sierra. The windows version of Pavtube Video Converter supports H.264 codec encoding acceleration with up to 6x faster speed on a computer with Nvidia Graphic cards that supports Nvidia CUDA(H.264 encoding). The program itself is quite simple to use. Anyone can learn to use it in minutes. In addition, it is very stable, there is hardly any sudden crashes. What’s more, the results generated by the program are pretty high quality, you can’t find any difference between the converted video and the original 4K video.

How to Convert and Compress DJI 4K H.264/H.265 for VLC Playback?

Step 1: Load DJI 4K H.264/H.265 files.

Start the program on your computer, click File > Load Video/Audio or Load from folder button to import DJI 4K H.264/H.265 files into the program.

Load DJI 4K H.264/H.265 files

Step 2: Choose VLC best supported playback formats.

As a powerful media player, VLC can handle many video formats. After checking VLC supported video formats, H.264 HD Video(*.mp4) under HD Video main category would be a good choice. You can also choose other VLC supported HD file formats according to your own needs.

output VLC best supported HD file

Step 3: Compress 4K video to 1080p.

Click Settings on the main interface to open Profile Settings window, click Size(pix) to select 1920*1080 as the final resolution for output video for smooth playback effect with VLC. You can also tweak other settings to make them more fit with VLC.

Compress 4K to 1080p

Step 4: Start 4K video to VLC conversion and compression process.

After all the settings is completed, hit right-bottom Convert button to start to convert and compress DJI 4K video to VLC best compatible 1080p H.264 formats.

When the conversion is finished, click “Open Output Folder” icon on the main interface to open the folder with generated files. Now you will have no video lagging or stuttering issue when playback DJI video with VLC.

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Import DJI Phantom 4 Pro H.265 to Premiere/FCP/Avid http://digisns.com/2017/04/phantom-4-pro-h265-to-premiere-fcp-avid/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=phantom-4-pro-h265-to-premiere-fcp-avid http://digisns.com/2017/04/phantom-4-pro-h265-to-premiere-fcp-avid/#comments Tue, 18 Apr 2017 08:52:56 +0000 http://digisns.com/?p=4145 The Phantom 4 Pro from DJI boasts a 3-axis-stabilized gimbal camera with a 20MP, 1″ CMOS sensor capable of shooting H.264 4K videos at 60 fps or H.265 4K at 30 fps, both recorded in a 100 Mbps bitrate. For those people who peruse for high quality video with small file size, you will definitely choose to shoot your 4K video with H.265 codec. When the shooting is completed, you can do some professional workflow of DJI Phantom 4 Pro H.265 video with Premiere Pro CC, Final Cut Pro X or Avid Media Composer, the following article will show you how to get the smooth workflow of your H.265 footage with those NLE editing software on Mac platform.

Workflow of Phantom 4 Pro 4K h.265 with Premiere/FCP/Avid

Although Premiere Pro, FCP X and Avid Media Composer all has the capability to handle 4K resolution video, however, among them, only Premiere Pro CC can import 4K H.265 video. However, H.265 codec are only supported in Adobe Premiere Pro CC2015 or its later version, you will fail to load the 4K H.265 to Premiere Pro CS6/CS5/CS4 or previous version. Therefore, to proceed to the post editing workflow, you will first need to perform a codec transcoding process.

Here, you can get the job easily done with Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac (review), which can comprehensively convert DJI Phantom 4 Pro 4K H.265 to specially optimized editing format such as MPEG-2 for Premiere Pro CS6/CS5/CS4, Apple Prores for FCP X and DNxHD codec for Avid Media Composer, so that you can directly load the footage into the NLE editing software with the best editing workflow.

Edit DJI Phantom Pro 4K with Premiere/FCP/Avid on slow Mac computer

After you have got your NLE editing software compatible 4K file formats, you may still suffer video playback choppy or stuttering issues when you try to play Phantom Pro 4K on the timeline of Premiere/FCP/Avid on a slow Mac computer. To fix this problem, you can either buy a new Mac computer or compress 4K to 1080p by using our program to output NLE editing software compatible HD file formats listed above.

Tips: If you are using Premiere Pro CC 2015 or FCP X, you can directly create Proxy files with small file resolution for smooth posting editing workflow. However, the 4K file formats must be the supported file formats by Premiere Pro CC 2015 or FCP X. In addition, you can’t create Proxy files on Premiere Pro CS6/CS5/CS4 or FCP 7/6.

Edit DJI Phantom 4 Pro+ 4K with built-in editing tools

Before loading the DJI Phantom 4 Pro H.265 into Premiere/FCP/Avid for professional post editing workflow, you can do a lot of simple video editing tasks with its built-in editing functions. You can flip video horizontally or vertically, rotate video clockwise or counterclockwise to get it displayed in the right angle, trim or cut video to remove unwanted parts or segments, crop video to cut off unwanted black borders or area, split large video into small parts by file size, count or length, merge separate video clips into one, deinterlace interlaced video into progressive form, adjust picture effect like brightness, contrast, saturation or apply special rendering effects like Gray, Flip Color or Aged Flim, etc to your video or add external SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles to videos.

How to Import and Edit DJI Phantom 4 Pro 4K H.265 to Premiere/FCP/Avid?

Step 1: Load DJI Phantom 4 Pro 4K H.265 into the program.

Start the program on your computer, click “File” menu and select “Add Video/Audio” or “Add from folder” to import DJI Phantom 4 Pro 4K H.265 video into the program.

Load Phantom 4 Pro 4K H.265 video

Step 2: Choose output file format.

Clicking the Format bar, from its drop-down list, choose Premiere/FCP/Avid best compatible editing codec.

Premiere Pro CC best editing codec

Premiere Pro CC best editing codec

FCP best editing codec

FCP best editing codec

Avid best editing codec

Avid best editing codec

Tips: If you try to edit 4K on slow Mac computer with Premiere/FCP/Avid, it would be much ideal for you to compress 4K to 108p by output NLE editing software supported HD editing formats.

Step 3: Edit DJI Phantom 4 Pro 4K H.265 video.

On the top tool bar on the main interface, click the pencil like icon to open “Video Editor” window, you can trim Blu-ray movies 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.

Edit 4K H.265 video

Step 4: Start the conversion process.

After all settings are done, click right-bottom “Convert” button to begin to convert and compress DJI Phantom 4 Pro 4K H.265 video to Premiere/FCP/Avid native compatible editing format and resolution.

When the conversion is completed, you will have no problem to edit DJI Phantom 4 Pro 4K H.265 video with Premiere/FCP/Avid.

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Export iMovie Project to AVI on macOS Sierra http://digisns.com/2017/04/export-imovie-to-avi-on-mac/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=export-imovie-to-avi-on-mac http://digisns.com/2017/04/export-imovie-to-avi-on-mac/#comments Thu, 13 Apr 2017 08:18:30 +0000 http://digisns.com/?p=4139 Have just finished your editing in iMovie and wish to save the iMovie project to AVI format so that you can enjoy the files on Mac with free AVI players for Mac or transfer and share the project on Windows platform with Windows Media Player or Windows Movie Maker. The following article will share you 2 different ways to export iMovie project to AVI.

Solution 1: Export iMovie project to AVI directly with iMovie itself

You can save your iMovie project to AVI with the built-in export option by following the steps below:

Note: Make sure you are completely happy with your iMovie project, once you export, you will not be able to edit the exported movie.

Step 1: Select a movie, trailer, or clip in the browser.

Step 2: Click the Share button in the toolbar, from its drop-down options, hit “Export using QuickTime” at the top menu bar.

Export using QuickTime

Step 3: In the dialog that appears, type a name in the Save As field.

Step 4: Click the Export and select “Movie to AVI” to export iMovie project to AVI format. Then you can touch the Options button to set other settings for the exported video.

Save iMovie project as AVI

Step 4: Navigate to the location where you want to save the file, and click Save.

Tips: The drawbacks of this solution is that iMovie only supports to export iMovie video to AVI one by one. If you have multiple iMovie videos to save as AVI, it would be very time consuming and tedious.

Solution 2: Convert iMovie to AVI on Mac with video conversion tool

For those people who wish to batch converting multiple iMovie video to AVI or other digital video or audio file formats that iMovie fail to export directly. You can seek help with a third-party Mac video conversion tool. The program here we highly recommended to you is called Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac (review), the program has perfect compatibility with the new Mac OS X El Capitan and macOS Sierra. To save your precious time, you can take good advantage of the batch conversion mode to load multiple iMovie video at one time for converting to AVI video. As for the output options, the program can do you a great favor to transcode iMovie to AVI with various different compression codec such as Xvid AVI, Divx AVI, H.264 AVI or DV AVI and file resolution as Divx HD AVI or HD AVI to satisfy your different usage. Besides AVI, the program also facilitates you to convert iMovie project to WMV, MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, ASF, etc digital file formats or hot devices and programs preset profile formats.

Adjust output profile parameters

Click “Settings” on the main interface to open “Profile Settings” window, here, you can flexibly choose or specify exactly the parameters including video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, bit rate, sample rate, channels, etc as you like to get better output video and audio quality.

With Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac, you can complete the whole format conversion process with just few clicks thanks to its friendly and easy to navigate interface. In addition, the conversion results produced by the program is pretty high quality, you can’t find any difference between the generated files and the original source video. What’s more, the program is very stable, you can hardly encounter any sudden crashes during the whole conversion process.

Step by Step to Convert iMovie Project to AVI on Mac

Step 1: Load iMovie Project exported files.

Install and Launch the Mac conversion program on your computer. Click “File” menu and select “Add Video/Audio” or click the “Add Video” button on the top tool bar to import iMovie Project exported files into the program.

Load iMovie Project exported files

Step 2: Define the output format.

Clicking the Format bar, from its drop-down list, choose one of your desired AVI file formats according to your own needs.

Output Xvid or Divx AVI

Output Xvid or Divx AVI

Output HD AVI or Divx HD AVI

Output HD AVI or Divx HD AVI

Tips: Open “Profile Settings” window, here all the profile parameters including video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, bit rate, sample rate, channels, etc are adjustable to facilitate you to make a balance between the video quality and the file size.

Step 3: Begin the conversion process.

After all setting is completed, hit right-bottom “Convert” button to begin the conversion from Windows Movie Maker files to AVI format conversion process.

When the conversion is completed, click “Open Output Folder” icon on the main interface to open the folder with generated files. Then feel free to play the generate AVI video with free AVI players on Mac or Windows Media Player on Windows platform.

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Convert Windows Movie Maker Files to MP4 http://digisns.com/2017/04/convert-wmm-files-to-mp4/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=convert-wmm-files-to-mp4 http://digisns.com/2017/04/convert-wmm-files-to-mp4/#comments Tue, 11 Apr 2017 06:02:20 +0000 http://digisns.com/?p=4133 The project files generated by Windows Movie Maker usually save with a file extension of .mswmm or .wlmp, which can only be opened in Windows Movie Maker but are not convenient for viewing on devices, programs or sharing on YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram. The good news is that Windows Movie Make only allows you to export the Windows Movie Maker project files as a .WMV file, you can then convert the WMV file to the more compatible MP4 file format with a third-party conversion program. The following article will go through the steps to convert Windows Movie Make files to MP4.

Step 1: Export Windows Movie Maker project files to WMV.
Step 2: Convert Windows Movie Maker exported WMV video to MP4

Step 1: Export Windows Movie Maker project files to WMV.

1. Open Windows Movie Maker.
2. Click on dropdown menu (top left) and select Open project.
3. Browse for you .wlmp project file or .mswmm project file and Open.
4. Click on dropdown menu (top left) and select one of the Save movie options (not project). Your project will now start to render as a movie which may take a significant length of time. You should now have a video file in the common .WMV format.

Step 2: Convert Windows Movie Maker exported WMV video to MP4

There are many programs out there that can assist you to convert Windows Movie Maker WMV files to MP4 file format. However, the program here we highly recommend to you is called Pavtube Video Converter (review), the main reason why we choose this program is that it not only allows you to convert Windows Movie Make WMV video to plain digital MP4 file formats with various compression codec and file resolution such as MPEG-4 MP4, H.264 Baseline Profile MP4, H.264 Main Profile MP4, H.264 High Profile MP4, H.265 MP4, MPEG-4 HD MP4, H.264 HD MP4, H.265 HD MP4 for viewing on computer with media player programs but also facilitates you to directly output preset profile formats that’s tailored for specific smartphones, tablets, game consoles, TVs, etc. For those people who wish to view the Windows Movie Maker project files on 3D TV or VR Headsets, you can also use this program to produce compatible 3D MP4 format with SBS/TAB/Anaglyph mode.

Hot Search: Free Convert WMM Files to AVI | WMM Supported File Formats | Best Alternative to WMM

Adjust output profile parameters

For advanced users, when you choose to output WMM files to a plain digital MP4 file format, you can flexibly choose or specify exactly the parameters including video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, bit rate, sample rate, channels, etc as you like to get better output video and audio quality.

This Windows Movie Maker to MP4 Converter is very clean and safe since it doesn’t feature any ads or bundled adware, therefore, you can feel free to download and install it on your computer. The program is very stable and there are hardly any sudden crashes occur. The batch conversion mode can assist you to batch load multiple video to save you a lot of time. The generated files by this program are high quality, you can’t tell the difference between the output video and the original Windows Movie Maker files.

How to Convert Windows Movie Maker Exported WMV Files to MP4?

Step 1: Load Windows Movie Maker exported WMV Files.

Download the free Windows Movie Maker Video Converter. Launch it on your computer. Click “File” menu and select “Add Video/Audio” or click the “Add Video” button on the top tool bar to import Windows Movie Maker exported WMV files into the program.

Load Windows Movie Maker WMV Files

Step 2: Define the output format.

Clicking the Format bar, from its drop-down list, choose one of your desired MP4 file format according to your own needs. Here, we choose “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” under “HD Video” main category as the final output file format.

Output desired MP4 file format

Step 3: Adjust output profile parameters.

Open “Profile Settings” window, here all the profile parameters including video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, bit rate, sample rate, channels, etc are adjustable to facilitate you to make a balance between the video quality and the file size.

Adjust output profile parameters

Step 4: Begin the conversion process.

After all setting is completed, hit right-bottom “Convert” button to begin the conversion from Windows Movie Maker WMV files to MP4 format conversion process.

When the conversion is completed, click “Open Output Folder” icon on the main interface to open the folder with generated files. Then feel free to play the MP4 on computer with media players, transfer to view on smartphone, tablets or upload and share on YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo.

Further Reading:
Guide on Transferring Files into Windows Movie Maker
Can’t Import Samsung (4K) H.265 video into Windows Movie Maker
Windows Movie Maker Not Support to Import MP4 Files?
How to Import iPhone 7 4K video into Windows Movie Maker
How to Import DVD Movie Clips into Windows Movie Maker?
Import Blu-ray Movies to Windows Movie Maker
AVCHD to Windows Movie Maker
Work 4K Video with Windows Movie Maker
How to Import AVI to Windows Movie Maker
Edit Torrent AVI Movies with Windows Movie Maker

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Edit XAVC/XAVC S with Windows Movie Maker http://digisns.com/2017/04/edit-xavc-xavc-s-with-windows-movie-maker/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=edit-xavc-xavc-s-with-windows-movie-maker http://digisns.com/2017/04/edit-xavc-xavc-s-with-windows-movie-maker/#comments Thu, 06 Apr 2017 06:26:43 +0000 http://digisns.com/?p=4127 Have recorded some remarkable HD or 4K XAVC/XAVC S shoots with your professional Sony camera like Sony RX10 III, Sony A7S, Sony A6300, etc and wish to load the XAVC/XAVC S into Windows Movie Maker for doing some simple editing work like applying special effects or transitions. However, when you try to import and open the file with Window Movie Maker, it gave you a error message “File Could Not be Imported”. What a great pity?

Windows Movie Maker

Fix Windows Movie Maker not open XAVC/XAVC S files

To fix this problem, first let’s take a look at the file formats supported by Windows Movie Maker listed below:

Video formats:

Video file types (format) File name extensions 
Windows Media Video (WMV) files  .wmv
Windows Media files .asf and .wm
AVCHD files .m2ts, .mts, and .m2t
Apple QuickTime files .mov and .qt
DV‑AVI files .avi
Microsoft Recorded TV Show files .dvr-ms and .wtv
MPEG‑4 movie files .mp4, .mov,.m4v, .3gp, .3g2, and .k3g
MPEG‑2 movie files .mpeg, .mpg, .mpe, .m1v, .mp2, .mpv2, .mod, .vob, and .m2t
MPEG‑1 movie files .m1v
Motion JPEG files .avi and .mov

Audio formats:

Audio file types (format) File name extensions
Windows Media Audio (WMA) files .asf, .wm, and .wma
Pulse‑code Modulation (PCM) files .aif, .aiff, and .wav
Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) files .m4a
MP3 files .mp3

Specification of XAVC/XAVC S

The XAVC uses the MXF file wrapper in both 4K and HD files, and the MP4 file wrapper for its proxy files and it is defined by the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 compression. While the XAVC S uses the MP4 file wrapper defined by MPEG-4 Part 14 for its 4K, HD and proxy files.

Obviously, both XAVC/XAVC S format from Windows Movie Maker supported format list. In addition, Windows Movie Maker also lacks the ability to handle 4K resolution video.

Convert and compress XAVC/XAVC S for Windows Movie Maker

To smoothly load XAVC/XAVC S into Windows Movie Maker, the most effective solution is transcoding and compressing 4K XAVC/XAVC S to Windows Movie Maker compatible 1080p/720p file formats listed in above tablets. Here, you can get the job easily completed with our best XAVC/XAVC S Converter – Pavtube Video Converter, which not only assist you to effectively transcode XAVC/XAVC S to Windows Movie Maker supported editing WMV, QuickTime, DV AVI, MPEG-4, MPEG-2, MPEG-1 video formats and WMA, M4A, MP3 audio formats, but also does you a great favor to compress 4K XAVC/XAVC S to 1080p or 720p for smoothly editing process on Windows Movie Maker.

Hot Search: Alternatives to Windows Movie Maker | Edit MP4 with Windows Movie Maker | Edit DVD with Windows Movie Maker

Edit XAVC/XAVC S with built-in editing function

Apart from the core conversion function, the program can also act as a simple video editing tool to allow you to complete some basic video editing task. You can trim or cut video to remove unwanted parts or segments, merge separate video clips into one file, split large files into small parts by file size, length or count, crop the black bars around the video frame, add video/image/transparent text watermark to video, apply special rendering effects to video, etc.

Pavtube Video Converter has perfect compatibility with all Windows OS including Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP. In addition, it features a sleek and easy to navigate interface, all the workspace is intuitively designed and all the most common tools are found on the main screen, so that you can complete the whole conversion process effortlessly. In addition, the program produces high-quality conversion, the result file is almost identical to the original source video.

Step by Step to Convert and Compress XAVC/XAVC S to Windows Movie Maker Editing

Step 1: Load XAVC/XAVC S files.

Download the free trial version of the program. Launch it on your computer. Click “File” menu and select “Add Video/Audio” or click the “Add Video” button on the top tool bar to import source XAVC/XAVC S video files into the program.

Load XAVC/XAVC S files

Step 2: Select output format.

Click the pull down menu of “Format”, then you will be able to select one of Windows Movie Maker supported format from the output format profile, here, we choose “HD Video”>”WMV HD (*.wmv)” as your output format for editing HD video on Windows Movie Maker.

Define output file format

Step 3: Compress 4K XAVC/XAVC S to 1080p.

Click “Settings” to open “Profile Settings” window, under video section, from “Size(pix)”drop-down option, choose “1980*1020″or “1280*720″ to compress 4K XAVC/XAVC S to 1080p or 720p for smoothly editing with Windows Movie Maker.

Compress 4K XVAC S to 1080p

Step 4: Edit video(optional).

Check an item to active the “Video Editor” function, then click the pencil like icon on the top tool bar to open the “Video Editor” window, you can trim video length, crop video black bars, add watermark, apply sepcial rendering effect, remove/replace audio in video, etc.

Edit video

Step 4: Begin the conversion process.

After all setting is completed, hit the “Convert” button at the right bottom of the main interface to begin the conversion from XAVC/XAVC S to Windows Movie Maker supported file formats and file resolution conversion process.

When the conversion is finished, click “Open Output Folder” icon on the main interface to open the folder with generated files.

Further Reading:
Import Blu-ray Mpvie Clips to Windows Movie Maker
Import and Edit MP4 with Windows Movie Maker
AVCHD to Windows Movie Maker -import and edit MTS with Windows Movie Maker
Import QuickTime MOV to Windows Movie Maker for Editing
How to Import DVD Movie Clips into Windows Movie Maker?
Can’t Import Samsung (4K) H.265 video into Windows Movie Maker
Guide on Transferring Files into Windows Movie Maker
How to Import iPhone 7 4K video into Windows Movie Maker

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Import Panasonic G7 4K MP4 to FCP X http://digisns.com/2017/04/import-panasonic-g7-4k-mp4-to-fcp-x/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=import-panasonic-g7-4k-mp4-to-fcp-x http://digisns.com/2017/04/import-panasonic-g7-4k-mp4-to-fcp-x/#comments Tue, 04 Apr 2017 06:01:37 +0000 http://digisns.com/?p=4119 The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 is a true hybrid mirrorless camera. In addition to the versatile still shooting modes, the G7 also supports recording 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) video with either 30p or 24p frames rates at 100Mbps in the MP4 format. Want to bring the 4K footage shot by Panasonic G7 4K MP4 to FCP X for professional posting workflow? A lot of people reflects that the Panasonic G7 4K MP4 imports and works pretty fine with FCP X, but they also highly claim that you must use a faster Mac computer. Therefore, for those people who happen to own a old Mac computer, how to get the best workflow of Panasonic G7 4K MP4 on this under powered Mac computer?

Panasonic G7 4K

Work Panasonic G7 4K MP4 with FCP X on slow Mac computer

From Apple’s official page, we get the information that 4K resolution video editing is only available on Final Cut Pro X 10.1 version via HDMI on the following Mac computers:
– Mac Pro (Late 2013)
– MacBook Pro (Retina, Late 2013 and later)
The supported 4K resolutions are as follows. Note that not every 4K monitor will support both of these resolutions, and 4096 x 2160 is only supported via HDMI at 24fps.
4096 x 2160
3840 x 2160

Therefore, when you try to work Panasonic G7 4K MP4 video with FCP X on other slow Mac computer, your 4K video can easily freeze on the timeline. The main reason is that 4K video playback is very processor intensive, if your computer doesn’t equipped with a powerful CPU, it would be challenging task for it to handle 4K resolution video. Fortunately, Final Cut Pro X offers built-in feature that allow users to create Proxy media with small resolution for editing 4K video with FCP on even the most anemic of systems. The following part will show you the detailed steps to create Proxy media with FCP X.

Create Proxy media with FCP X

There are multiple ways to create Proxy media in Final Cut Pro X: You can do so upon initial media import, or you can do so after media is imported.

On the media import screen, you’ll see an option under the Transcoding section to create proxy media. Ensure that this option is checked to convert all imported videos to proxy media right after import.

Create Proxy media on import

The second way to create proxy media can be employed after media is imported. Simply right-click on the media that you wish to convert to proxy media, select Transcode Media and check the box next to Create proxy media and click OK. You can also create proxy media via the Info tab in the Inspector.

Create Proxy media after import

Tips: In Final Cut Pro, proxy media is converted to Apple’s ProRes 422 Proxy format.

Alternative way to create Proxy media

If you find above listed solution is a little complicated, here a simple alternative solution called Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac (review) is highly recommended to you. The program can comprehensively generate 5 different types of Apple Prores formats including Apple Prores 422, Apple Prores 422 HQ, Apple Prores 422 Proxy and Apple Prores 422 LT. If you computer is old or slow, or you just want to do some rough editing, you can select to output “Apple Prores Proxy)(*.mov)”or “Apple Prores (LT)(*.mov)”format to save more space and bandwidth. However, if your computer are powerful enough to handle multicam and high-resolution video and you are going to do many effects editing work with FCP X, you’d better choose to output “Apple Prores 422(*.mov)”or “Apple Prores 422(HQ)(*.mov)”for better performance.

Hot Search: Edit 4K with PPC on Slow Mac Computer | Mavic Pro 4K to FCP X | Import MP4 Files to FCP X

Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac keeps constant update for the new Mac OS, therefore, feel free to install and download it on your Mac computer even if you have recently made an OS update. In addition, the program itself is quite simple to use, anyone can learn to use it in minutes. The result file with the program are high quality, you can’t tell the difference between the converted video and the original 4K video.

How to Creat Proxy Media from Panasonic G7 4K MP4 for FCP X Editing on Slow Mac Computer?

Step 1: Load Panasonic G7 4K MP4 video.

Download the free trial version of the program. Launch it on your computer. Click “File” menu and select “Add Video/Audio” or click the “Add Video” button on the top tool bar to import Panasonic G7 4K MP4 video into the program.

Load Panasonic G7 4K MP4 video

Step 2: Choose output file format.

From “Format” drop-down options, here you can choose Final Cut Pro X best favorable Apple Prores editing codec. To smoothly edit 4K with FCP X on a underpowered Mac computer, it is ideal for you to output “Apple Prores 422(Proxy)(*.mov)” or “Apple Prores 422(LT)(*.mov)” format.

Output Apple Prores Proxy format

Step 3: Adjust output file resolution.

Tips: Click “Settings” on the main interface to open “Profile Settings” window, here, under video section, adjust output video resolution as “1920*1080″ or smaller resolution for smooth editing 4K video with FCP X on slow Mac computer.

Adjust output file resolution

Step 4: Start the conversion process.

After all the settings is over, go back to the main interface and hit right-bottom “Convert” button to start to convert Panasonic G7 4K video to FCP X best compatible Apple Proxy format for editing smoothly on slow Mac computer.

When the conversion is completed, launch FCP X on your Mac computer to import converted video to FCP X for smooth editing workflow on slow Mac computer.

Further Reading:
Best Editing Workflow of 4K H.265 with Final Cut Pro 7/X
Best Editing Workflow of iPhone MP4/MOV Video with FCP X
Transcode and Import DJI Phantom 4 4K video to FCP X
How to Move a Premiere Pro CC Project to Final Cut Pro X?
Edit DJI Phantom 4 4K with FCP X
Work Canon 5D Mark IV 4K MOV with FCP X
Import DJI Inspire 1 4K Video to FCP X
Work ALEXA Mini 2K/4K Files with Final Cut Pro X

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Play Mavic Pro 4K Video on iPad Series http://digisns.com/2017/03/play-mavic-pro-4k-on-ipad-series/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=play-mavic-pro-4k-on-ipad-series http://digisns.com/2017/03/play-mavic-pro-4k-on-ipad-series/#comments Thu, 30 Mar 2017 06:26:10 +0000 http://digisns.com/?p=4113 The DJI Mavic Pro is a small yet powerful drone that can shoot up to 4096 x 2160 4K video at 30 frames per second with a video bitrate of 60Mbps. And the 4K video is compressed with MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 in MOV wrapper. When the shooting is completed, people can download the video files via the SDCard Adapter directly to their iPad for viewing on the move, however, a lot of user complain that their iPad fails to play the Mavic Pro 4K video just as the cast listed below:

“I have done my first recording with My DJI Mavic Pro. So I downloaded the video files via Lightning SDCard Adapter directly to my iPad (Air, ios 10.3, 44 GB free space). I tried different resolutions, formats, mov and mp4, pal and ntsc… noe of the files will play on the iPad: “unsupported file format”. I see just the first frame, when I click on the > button, I get the loading circle thing, but it never stops and starts playing…. the same files are just fine on my Macbook and on PC. ”

DJI Mavic Pro

To answer above listed question, we should be clear of two points: Can iPad handle 4K resolution video and what file types does iPad support to playback. The following part will illustrate those 2 points with you in detailed information.

Can iPad handle 4K resolution video?

Currently, only iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 4 have the capability to handle video with 4K resolution. For those people who are using previous version of iPad like iPad Mini 3/2, iPad 4/3/2 or iPad Air to view 4K video, your iPad will automatically downscale 4K to 1080p, however, due to additional processing the video player software on your iPad has to do to display the 4K video, the results may be worse than if you play native 1080p video.

What file types can iPad support to playback?

Sometimes, even you happens to have a iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini 4 at hand, you may still to play Mavic Pro 4K video on those series iPad. The main reason is that iPad also has other strict requirements on the file format and file parameters like codec, frame rate, bit rate, sample rate, etc on the 4K video that’s been played on them.

From Apple’s official page, we get the information that iPad Pro/Air 2/iPad Mini 4 can perfectly playback 4K video meet the following standards:
H.264 video up to 4K, 30 frames per second, High Profile level 4.2 with AACLC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio or Dolby Audio up to 1008 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo or multichannel audio, in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats

Detailed specification of Mavic Pro 4K video

Container format: MOV
Compress Codec: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Video Resolution and frame rate: DCI 4K (4096 x 2160): 24p/UHD 4K (3840 x 2160): 24/25/30p
Video bit rate: 60Mbps

From above listed information, we can see that although the 4K video recorded with DJI Mavic Pro are using with compatible H.264 codec and MOV container file format, however, you will encounter other playback issue due to the unsupported frame rate, bit rate, sample rate, channels issues, etc.

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Playback Mavic Pro 4K on iPad with the best quality

To fix the profile incompatible issue of Mavic Pro 4K with iPad series, you can turn to help with Pavtube Video Converter for Mac (review), which not only assists you to convert Mavic Pro 4K H.264 MOV file video to iPad Pro/iPad Air 2/iPad Mini 4 compatible 4K H.264 video codec, AAC audio codec, 30 fps video bit rate, 160 audio bit rate, 48kHz audio sample rate. But also facilitates you to compress 4K to 1080p by producing compatible HD file formats with perfect quality for smoothly enjoying on previous versions of iPad models like iPad Mini 3/2, iPad Air, iPad 4/3/2, etc.

Adjust output video aspect ratio

The 4K video recorded with Mavic Pro uses an aspect ratio of 16:9 which doesn’t match the display screen of iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini 4, therefore, you will see black bars around the 4K video when viewing on those iPad models, never mind, you can use the programs built-in crop function to change the output 4K video aspect ratio to let them fit with your iPad.

Pavtube Video Converter for Mac is pretty simple to use, anyone can learn to use it in minutes. In addition, it has perfect compatibility with the new Mac operation system – macOS Sierra. You can safely download and install it on your computer since it won’t trick you into installing adware or spyware. What’s more, the quality of the converted video is identical to the original video.

How to Convert and Compress DJI Mavic Pro 4K Video for Playing on All iPad Series?

Step 1: Load Mavic Pro 4K video into the program.

Start the program on your computer, on the main interface, click “File” > “Add Video/Audio” or “Add from Folder” to load Mavic Pro 4K video into the program. You can also directly drag the files to the program’s main panel.

Load Mavic Pro 4K video

Step 2: Choose output file format.

If you are using the previous iPad model, it would be much ideal for you to compress 4K video to 1080p by output iPad playable 1080p file formats by following “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” under “HD Video” main category, make sure to change the output file resolution as “1920*1080″ or “1080*720″ in the program’s “profile settings” window.

Output iPad supported HD file formats

If you try to play Mavic Pro 4K video on iPad Pro/Air 2/Mini 4, then you can use the program to output those iPad models playable 4K video from “Common Video” > “H.264 High Profile Video(*.mp4)”.

Then, click “Settings” on the main interface to adjust output profile settings to make them fit with your iPad, you can set the output video codec as “h264″, audio codec as “aac”, video frame rate as “30fps”, audio sample rate as 48000hz, audio bit rate as 160000bps to make them fit with iPad 4K settings. If you choose to output to stereo audio or Dolby Audio, please set audio samplebit rate as 1008000bps and sample rate as 48000Hz.

Step 3: Change output 4K video apsect ratio.

Go the “Crop” tab in the “Video Editor” Window, switch to the “Advanced Mode”. To change output video aspect ratio, there are several aspect ratios for you to choose from, including 16:10, 16:9, 5:4, 4:3, 3:2, and 2:1, you can choose iPad accepted aspect ratio. Once you select a “Display aspect ratio”, the “green crop frame” will keep this ratio to crop video and you are able to preview the final effect in real time. If you want to keep the same aspect ratio in your final output files, do remember to set the Video “Size (pix)” in “Settings” section as the same ratio as display aspect ratio.

Change output 4K video apsect ratio

Step 3: Begin the conversion process.

After all setting is completed, hit right-bottom “Convert” button to begin the conversion from Mavic Pro 4K video to iPad series supported file formats and settings conversion process.

When the conversion is completed, feel free to sync files from iTunes to iPad Pro/Air 2/Mini 4 or previous model for watching on the move.

Further Reading:
Play DJI Phantom 4 Pro 4K (H.265) videos on iPad
Watch 4K UHD Video on iPad Air 2
What is the difference between DJI Phantom 4 and DJI Mavic
Import DJI Mavic Pro 4K video to iMovie for Editing
Different Ways to Play MP4 Video on iPad
Play DJI 4K videos to iPad series
DJI Mavic Pro Review, 4K Video Playing, Editing and Sharing Tips

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Upload Mavic Pro Videos to YouTube with Best Video Quality http://digisns.com/2017/03/upload-mavic-pro-video-to-youtube/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=upload-mavic-pro-video-to-youtube http://digisns.com/2017/03/upload-mavic-pro-video-to-youtube/#comments Tue, 28 Mar 2017 06:09:35 +0000 http://digisns.com/?p=4102 For professionals and drone enthusiasts alike, the DJI Mavic Pro is the perfect marriage of unparalleled flying ability, a high quality camera, and a low profile design. As for the recording capability, its camera shoots both 4K video (up to 4096 x 2160) at 30 frames per second and Full HD 1080p at 96 frames per second in an MO wrapper with MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 compression codec. Wish to post and upload Mavic Pro Video to YouTube with people all around the world? A lot of people try to directly upload the footage with the built-in “YouTube upload option” offered by video editor program, however, the video quality on YouTube is always not that satisfy, some even downgraded to lower resolution just as the conditions listed below:

“Please help. I’m a complete noob to droning and photography. I watched plenty of videos on YouTube prior to buying my Mavic Pro so I felt confident. Last on my first flight I kept all the settings as standard and took a night video of the skyline in 720p. When I used the DJI GO app to create my video the quality did not look great, then when I uploaded it to YouTube and it downgraded the quality further to 480p. I’m obviously not following the right purpose so please can someone give me a step by step guide on what to do once I’ve recorded the video.”

 DJI Mavic Pro

Best uploading settings for YouTube

To fix above listed problem, you should first be clear of what are the best uploading formats and settings for YouTube displayed below:

Container: MP4

Video codec: H.264
Progressive scan not interlacing
High Profile
2 consecutive B frames
Closed GOP. GOP of half the frame rate.
CABAC
Variable bitrate, no bit rate limit required, though we offer recommended bit rates below for reference,
Chroma subsampling: 4:2:0

Audio codec: AAC-LC
Channels: Stereo or Stereo + 5.1
Sample rate 96khz or 48khz

Compatible Frame rate and bit rate for 4K/1080p/720p uploading

SDR uploads

Resolution

Video Bitrate, Standard Frame Rate
(24, 25, 30)

Video Bitrate, High Frame Rate
(48, 50, 60)

2160p (4k)

35-45 Mbps

53-68 Mbps

1440p (2k)

16Mbps

24Mbps

1080p

8Mbps

12Mbps

720p

5Mbps

7.5Mbps

HDR uploads

Resolution

Video Bitrate, Standard Frame Rate
(24, 25, 30)

Video Bitrate, High Frame Rate
(48, 50, 60)

2160p (4k)

44-56 Mbps

66-85 Mbps

1440p (2k)

20 Mbps

30 Mbps

1080p

10 Mbps

15 Mbps

720p

6.5 Mbps

9.5 Mbps

Resolution and aspect ratio

YouTube uses 16:9 aspect ratio players. If you’re uploading a non-16:9 file, it will be processed and displayed correctly as well, with pillar boxes (black bars on the left and right) or letter boxes (black bars at the top and bottom) provided by the player.

Time and file size limitations for YouTube video upload

Size: Make sure you’re using an up-to-date version of your browser so you can upload files greater than 20GB. The maximum file size you can upload to YouTube is 128GB.
Length: By default, you can upload videos that are up to 15 minutes long, but you can upload longer videos by following the steps below to verify your account.
1. go to the upload page at youtube.com/upload.
2. At the bottom of the page, click Increase your limit. You can also go directly to https://www.youtube.com/verify.
3. Follow the steps to verify your account. You can choose to receive a verification code through a text message on a mobile phone or an automated voice call.
4. Once you’ve verified your account, you can upload videos that are longer than 15 minutes long

Detailed video footage specification of DJI Mavic Pro

Video Format

Video Resolutions and Frame Rate

Video Bit rate

Recording Media

MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 in MOV wrapper

DCI 4K (4096 x 2160): 24p
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160): 24/25/30p
2.7K (2704 x 1520): 24/25/30p
FHD (1920 x 1080): 24/25/30/48/50/60/96p
HD (1280 x 720): 24/25/30/48/50/60/120/180p

60 Mbps

microSDHC/SDXC card up to 64 GB

Upload Mavic Pro video to YouTube with best format and settings

From above lists, we can see that the original format and profile formats of Mavic Pro video doesn’t perfectly comply with the best uploading format and settings standard by YouTube. Therefore, to smoothly post Mavic Pro 4K/2K/1080P/720P video to YouTube with the best quality, you will not only need to perform a codec transcoding process but also a profile settings adjustment process. Here, you can easily get the job done with this powerful yet simple to use application – Pavtube Video Converter (review), which not only facilitate you to wrap DJI Mavic Pro H.264 MOV to YouTube best favorable H.264 MP4 format, but also gives you the chance to flexibly adjust other uploading profile parameters to out the compatible audio codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, channels, sample rate, etc for YouTube uploading listed above.

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Trim/Split/Adjust output video aspect ratio

If the Mavic Pro video is longer than 15 minutes, you can shorten the video length with the trimming function to cut off unwanted parts from the video. If the Mavic video file size is over than 20GB, you can split the large file into small segments by file size, count or length. When you try to upload Mavic Pro 2.7K video with the resolution of 2704×1520 to YouTube, you will need to adjust the output video aspect ratio to let it adapt with YouTube best favorable uploading aspect ratio 16:9.

For Mac users, you can download Pavtube Video Converter for Mac to get the job comeplted on Mac OS X El Capitan or macOS Sierra.

How to Upload DJI Mavic Pro 4K/2K/1080P/720P Video to YouTube with Best Quality?

Step 1: Load DJI Mavic Pro video into the program.

Start the program on your computer, click “File” menu and select “Add Video/Audio” or “Add from folder” to import DJI Mavic Pro 4K/2K/1080P/720P video.

Load DJI Mavic Pro video

Step 2: Output Youtube best uploading format.

Click “Format” bar, from its drop-down options, choose YouTube best compatible uploading format from “Common VIdeo” > “H.264 High Profile Video(*.mp4)”.

Output Youtube best uploading format

Step 3: Tweak encoding settings for YouTube upload.

Click “Hit “Settings” to open the “Profile Settings” window, here you can adjust the output video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate and audio codec, bit rate, sample rate and channels to let them fit them YouTube.

Output best uploading settings for YouTube

Step 3: Trim/Split/Adjust video output apsect ratio.

Trim video length

In the video editor window, choose the “Trim” tab and this tab is selected by default when the editing window appears. You can use the trim function to cut off unwanted parts from start and end. You can either drag pointers on the process bar or set exact time point in Start and End boxes to set to reduce video length to no more than 15 minutes for YouTube uploading.

Trim video length

Split large file into small pieces

Click the split button on the file list to launch the Video Split window. Ticking “Enable” option, you can split the file by file count, time length, or file size.

Split large file into small pieces

Change output video aspect ratio

Go the “Crop” tab in the “Video Editor” Window, switch to the “Advanced Mode”. To change output video aspect ratio, there are several aspect ratios for you to choose from, including 16:10, 16:9, 5:4, 4:3, 3:2, and 2:1, you can choose YouTube accepted 16:9 aspect ratio. Once you select a “Display aspect ratio”, the “green crop frame” will keep this ratio to crop video and you are able to preview the final effect in real time. If you want to keep the same aspect ratio in your final output files, do remember to set the Video “Size (pix)” in “Settings” section as the same ratio as display aspect ratio.

Change output video aspect ratio

Step 4: Start the conversion process.

After all settings are done, click right-bottom “Convert” button to begin to convert Mavic Pro video to YouTube best uploading formats and settings.

When the conversion is completed, you can smoothly upload and share DJI Mavic Pro 4K/2K/1080P/720P video on YouTube smoothly with perfect quality.

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