2015年5月13日星期三

How to Bring JVC 4K Camera Videos to Windows/Mac for playing, editing, uploading and sharing?

Owning JVC 4K cameras to enjoy 4K videos at home? But do you know how to bring JVC 4K camera videos to Windows/Mac for playing, editing, uploading and sharing?




The JVC 4K cameras have won a lot of attractions from videographers in that it delivers 4K videos with hand-held design. There are many models of JVC 4K camera. If you plan to get one, there is always a JVC 4K camera you like. However, a few issues may occur while playing, editing, uploading and sharing JVC 4K footages in usual player, authoring software and website. This article aims to give you some tips and tricks for JVC 4K videos workflow on Windows/Mac. Please move on and find something which benefit to you.

To spread some superb masterpiece to the world, you must be eager to know how to bring 4K videos which are recorded by your JVC camcorders to Windows/Mac for various entertainments. I’ll make an example: How to import JVC 4K videos to FCP? It’s a pity that Final Cut Pro 6/7 like many editors uses 1080p as primary delivery format and will continue to do so for a long time. It has been possible to create 4K timelines in Final Cut Pro X although, smooth editing of 4K footage in FCP X still requires instant playback of more than one stream of video footage at once.

The most effective way to solve JVC 4K video to FCP issues is to convert 4K clips to FCP friendly format using Pavtube Mac 4K Video Converter. With JVC 4K video converter for Mac, you can convert any 4K video clips to NLEs including FCP X/7/6, iMovie/FCE, Adobe Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas, Avid Media Composer and so on. And any 4K footages to players like QuickTime, websites like YouTube/Vimeo are both realizable.
Tips: Pavtube 4K Video Converter is Windows version. With it, you can edit 4K clips in Windows Movie Maker, Premiere, Sony Vegas, Avid Media Composer and etc. Broadcast 4K clips in players and share 4K footages on website are the same with Mac 4K Video Converter.

How to import JVC 4K videos to Windows/Mac? Take importing JVC 4K videos to FCP on Mac Yosemite as an example:

Step 1: Install and launch the Mac 4K Video Converter, click “Add video” button to import JVC 4K files to the converter, or directly drag and drop the JVC 4K videos to it.



Step 2: Open the “Format” button on the left of the preview window, drop down the list and you won’t miss the best icon for Final Cut Pro. Choose “Final Cut Pro>>Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as output format.
Tips: For higher quality, you can choose “Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (*.mov)”. For smaller storage, “Apple ProRes 422 (LT) (*.mov)” and “Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy) (*.mov)” are both OK. 



Step 3: If you want, you can go to the “Settings” panel to customize proper video/audio parameters including video size, bitrate, frame rate and more.
Tips: As mentioned above, FCP 6/7 and even FCP X like many editors use 1080p as primary delivery format and will continue to do so for a long time. 1080p would be the best settings. Surely, if you want to get a 4K workflow in FCP, you can keep the original video resolution.

Step 4: Click the “Convert” button to start converting JVC 4K clip to Apple ProRes 422 .mov format. After the conversion, click open to get the output videos. Create a project and start editing in FCP.
Tip 1: More specific operations in FCP, following article is for your reference.
Import footages/videos/projects into Final Cut Pro X without rendering
Tip 2: For Windows version, you can refer to the steps above. Choose the right output format is of great importance and it depends on your output devices.


Conclusion: Are you clear about how to bring JVC 4K videos to Windows/Mac for enjoyment? Also, you can burn the converted videos to CDs for preserving. Good news for you! There are money-saving software bundles. Just USD54.9 you can get iMixMXF and Video Converter for Mac. The original price is USD80. It saves USD25.1 sharp. Go ahead and have a look.
Tips of iMixMXF Key Features:
-Import/preserve/mix multi-track MXF in MKV/MP4/MOV formats.
-Output multi-track Apple Prores MOV for further editing in Final Cut Pro (X).
-Support DVCPRO/HDV/Avid DNxHD/AIC output
-Convert MXF to any other formats for editing, playing, or broadcasting.
-Merge/split/trim/crop MXF footages.


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