Import Canon EOS 70D H.264 MOV to DaVinci Resolve
Summary: The easy workaround to get DaVinci Resolve work with Canon EOS 70D MOV footage is to encode MOV to Avid DNxHD codec MOV format which is a suitable editing format for DaVinci Resolve.
DaVinci Resolve was the first scalable color grading system offering multiple levels of acceleration, features and capabilities, providing colorists with exacting and intuitive color control over static or moving objects. Powered at launch by da Vinci's proprietary hardware cards, known as PowerPlant cards, Resolve delivered real time HD and up to 4K resolution non-linear color grading. Resolve scaled lower-resolution SD and DV formats to HD, 2K and 4K without compromising quality by using proprietary da Vinci engineered Transformer technology.
However, DaVinci is extremely picky on what codec it will accept as an XML from any non linear editing programs:
"I'm trying to figure out what is wrong when I import my short video footage clip taken with my Canon 70D off of the CF card into DaVinci Resolve. All the footage shows is black. My pictures I can import with no problem. I can import the footage clip into the Canon Image Browser EX with no problem for editing and plays. (Format is H.264) Any ideas would be appreciated."
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Overall, the program is a professional yet easy-to-use H.264 to DNxHD codec converter on Mac. With it, you can convert Canon EOS 70D H.264 MOV files to DaVinci Resolve compatible video like DNxHD, QuickTime without any quality loss. What's more, this software can also transcode H.264 MOV for editing in Avid Media Composer, FCP X, iMovie, Premiere Pro CC, etc. flawlessly.
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How to encode Canon EOS 70D H.264 MOV to DNxHD MOV for DaVinci Resolve?
Step 1. Connect your Canon EOS 70D to PC. Run this Video Converter Ultimate, click the "Add video" button to load mov videos.
Step 2. Click "Format" and choose Avid Media Composer -> Avid DNxHD 720p(*.mov) or "Avid DNxHD 1080p(*.mov)" as the best output format for editing Canon EOS 70D mov video in Da Vinci Resolve.
You can also click "Settings" to set up frame rate, video quality, bitrate and check the generated file size.
Step 3. Click "Convert" and let it go! It will help to shut down computer if you have many videos to convert.
3..2..1..Bingo! Ok now you can click "Open" to locate your converted mov videos and load it to DaVinci Resolve.
Now it's freely to import Canon EOS 70D H.264 MOV files into DaVinci Resolve for natively editing on Mac or Windows.
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