Q: "We do have one issue with the Bandicam and that is the format in which the video files are saved. We love the many codec options you offer, but we found that all the output files are wrapped as .AVI files. We have a problem with that particular format as it does not communicate very well with our Avid Media Composer editing systems, and were hoping you could help us get the same codecs offered via your software wrapped as .MOV files. Is this something you can help us with?"
As we all know, the newset version of Bandicam could save video files recored as an .avi or .mp4 file. Whereas, Avid Media Composer is a film and video non-linear editing system which can not play and edit AVI smoothly. To solve the question above, you can set the ouput Bandicam recoreded format as an ,mp4 file. This is plan B. So what’s the plan A? Read on.
MP4 is the most widely used video container in the world, but is covers many different codecs. And MP4 is not a friendly video formats to most non-linear editing software. So when your Bandicam recorded video can not be imported in Avid Media Composer for further editing, how to do now? So the plan A – a surefire plan is to transcode the Bandicam AVI, MP4 files to Avid Media Composer native support DNxHD codec, which deliveries both high efficiency and quality without compromise.
To complete the plan A, you can get help from Pavtube Video Converter (to get Mac version), the outstanding and simple-to-use application enables you to directly output Avid DNxHD format, apart from that, you can also use the "Profile Settings" function to adjust the output file video codec, size, bit rate, frame rate and audio codec, sample rate, bit rate and channels to make it more compatible with Avid editing programs.
What’s more, you can use this software to add external SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles to the Bandicam recorded video, to make your video easier to understand. You also can transparent text watermark to Bandicam video, apply special rendering effect, trim video length, crop video aspect ratio…more features are waiting for your exploration.
How to Convert Bandicam Recorded Files to Avid DNxHD Losslessly
Step 1: Add Bandicam recorded video files to the program.
Install and launch the program on your computer, click "File" menu, and select "Add Video/Audio" or "Add from folder" to import Bandicam recorded video files.
Step 2: Set output format.
Click the Format bar, you can choose Avid Media Composer best compatible editing codec such as "Avid DNxHD 1080p(*.mov)" under the "Avid Media Composer" category.
Step 3: Edit Bandicam recorded video files.
Select a Bandicam recorded video item that you have imported to the program to activate the "Video Editor" function, in the opened "Video Editor" window, you can play and preview the original video and output effects. Also you can flip video, trim video length, apply special effect, crop video size, add watermark, insert subtitles, etc.
Step 4: Start video conversion process.
When all the setting is completed, go back to the main interface, hit right-bottom "Convert" button to start Bandicam recorded video to Avid Media Composer DNxHD codec conversion process.
When the conversion is completed, you will have no problems to import Bandicam recorded video to Avid Media Composer for professional video editing on both Windows and Mac.
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