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

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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.

Although most popular NLEs like Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro supports 4K, we found that when directly import Fujifilm X-T3 4K video into those NLEs, sometimes error message will still pop up- the rendering process last forever, or the editing work not smooth at all. If you’ve got a Fujifilm Camera like X-T3, the 4K H.265 format will not be an unfamiliar for you.The only problem usually occurred during the editing process. H.265 still cannot fully supported by some video editors like Lightworks can’t ingest 4K H.265 video from Fujifilm X-T3 directly. In this article, I will share the Fujifilm X-T3 to Lightworks workflow with you.

How to import and edit Fujifilm X-T3 footage in Lightworks?

We can’t import and edit H.265 footage in Lightworks directly. As we all know, H.264 is the codec that Lightworks natively recognizes. So the problem can easily turn to be how to convert Fujifilm X-T3 H.265 videos to H.264 MP4 for edting in Lightworks. After the H.265 to H.164 conversion, you can directly import and edit the 4K H.265 footage in Lightworks without any importing problems and need not to search for the latest H.265 Plug-ins or wait for the release of the suitable one.

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How to import Fujifilm X-T3 4K H.265 files to Lightworks?

Step 1: Free download and install Acrok software onto your PC. The trial version will have a watermark on your converted files. Except for that, there are no time limitation, no virus, and no unnecessary bundle apps while downloading. After that, click “Add file” button to load your Fujifilm X-T3 videos. Or you can drag them from your hard drive to the program. This software supports batch conversion, so you can add multiple files at a time.

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Step 2: To convert H.265 video to Lightworks supported video format, please click the “Format” bar to get the drop-down menu and you can get “Common Video > H.264 Video (*.mp4)” or “HD Video” > “HD H.264 Video (*.mp4)” as the output format.

Convert Fujifilm X-T3 Videos to Lightworks supported format

Step 3: Click the “Settings” button and set proper video/ audio parameters. My advice is to set the video size, bit rate and fame rate to be exactly as the footages so that you will suffer least quality degradation. If you would like to use default settings, simply skip this step.

Step 4: After all necessary settings, hit the “Convert” button to start the Fujifilm X-T3 H.265 video to Lightworks best supported H.264 MP4 conversion. Once the conversion process is completed, you can now import and edit H.265 videos in Lightworks without any hassle anymore. Now that you are familiar with the steps on how to convert Fujifilm X-T3 for Lightworks, you can easily convert any files that you have in a fast and easy manner.

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