Yearly Archive 2019

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Import MOV videos from JVC GY-HC900 to FCP X

The GY-HC900 is fully HDR ready with the ability to record with HLG gamma, or J-log gamma. It is no slouch when it comes to framerates either, being capable of up to 120fps at full HD resolution. An incredibly good 62db S/N ratio is claimed, which will certainly make for some very low noise pictures. Read More

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Edit Nikon Z50 4K MOV videos in iMovie/Premiere Pro

Nikon Z50 is the first mirrorless APS-C camera released by Nikon company, it can help you to capture 4K UHD videos and 1080p videos. Maybe you are looking for the best workflow to edit Nikon Z50 4K MOV videos in iMovie or Premiere Pro, in this article we will share the best way to import Nikon Z50 recorded 4K MOV video files to iMovie/Premiere Pro for editing smoothly. Read More

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Edit Lumix DC-G95 4K MP4 videos in Premiere Pro CC

Lumix DC-G95 is a powerful mirrorless camera released in this year, with this new camera you can capture 4K UHD videos at 30 fps, in order to help you get a better workflow to import and edit Lumix DC-G95 4K MP4 videos in Premiere Pro CC, we would like to share the best Lumix DC-G95 to Premiere Pro CC workflow, Read More

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Edit iPhone 11 HEVC in DaVinci Resolve 16

iPhone 11 is one of the most advanced smartphones on the world, it has used the latest hardware and it runs the newest iOS, the video capture feature is powerful in iPhone 11, you can capture HEVC H.265 videos with iPhone 11 easily. In this article we will share the easiest workflow to import and edit HEVC in DaVinci Resolve 16, you will be able to handle iPhone 11 HEVC H.265 files smoothly with DaVinci Resolve editing software. Read More

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Import and edit Sony a6600 XAVC S in FCP X

The Sony A6600 blends many aspects of the Sony A6400 and A6500 cameras while also adding some new features. The camera’s 4K UHD video recording derives from a 6K oversampled recording for improved quality. The A6600 can record at up to 100 Mbps bit rates in the XAVC S format. Internal video is recorded at 4:2:0, although 4:2:2 video recording is possible via clean HDMI output. Read More

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How to Play iTunes M4V Video on Motorola One Zoom

Unveiled Sept. 5 at Berlin’s IFA trade show, the Motorola One Zoom does exactly what it says on the tin. Armed with four rear cameras – one of which is an 8-megapixel telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom, or 10x hybrid zoom – the new Motorola One variant can crop in closer than some flagships. Read More

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Edit Canon VIXIA HF G60 4K MP4 in FCP X/Premiere Pro CC

If you’re facing problems editing Canon VIXIA HF G60 4K MP4 in FCP X or Premiere Pro CC, the easy option is to convert MP4 to a compatible format like ProRes MOV or MPEG-2 MPG. Read More

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Loading Lumix S1 4K H.265 to Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5

Lumix S1 is a powerful camera from Panasonic, it is released at the beginning of this year, many users choose it as the best camera to capture 4K high quality videos as well as take high quality photos. In this article you will get the best way to import Lumix S1 4K H.265 files into Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, and you can edit the 4K H.265 recordings with native supported format. Read More

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Edit GoPro Hero 7 4K HEVC in Premiere Pro CC

Can I import and edit GoPro Hero 7 HEVC .mp4 footage in Premiere Pro CC? Speaking of Premiere Pro CC, many Windows users are familiar with. Yes, Premiere Pro CC is a very famous non-linear video editing application developed by Adobe. But, Premiere Pro CC has limitations for its imported file formats and codecs. The following will take importing GoPro Hero 7  HEVC file to Premiere Pro CC for edition as the example. Read More

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Work with Fujifilm X-T3 H.265 files in Lightworks

The X-T3 is the third in the line that seems to be driving much of Fujifilm’s camera improvements. Video has been pushed to a maximum of 4K at 60P. This comes from a ~1.2x crop region of the sensor and can be in either the UHD or DCI form or 4K. If you drop to 4K and 30P, the full sensor width is used. Fujifilm also supplies an F-Log capability for video, and records 10-bit 4:2:0 internally as opposed to 8-bit. Video is recorded in H.265. Read More