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Transcode DJI 4K H.264 Videos to DNxHD for Using in Avid MC

From DJI forum, we found there are a lot of video editing issues between DJI 4K H.264 and Avid MC, Davinci Resolve, etc. Quora like below:

Q1: "I've just dragged one of my 4K clips in to Avid Media composer doesn't like it. It loads the video fine but it plays it back very jerky (the same happens in DaVinci Resolve)."

Q2: "Anyone care to offer some advice on editing phantom 4 pro 4K H.264 video clips in Avid Media Composer, specifically what they use to convert clips, remove noise etc?"

By googling, we found the most efficient way to solve the issue is to convert DJI Drone 4K H.264 video clips to, ensuring maximum editing quality and efficiency when working with Avid Media Composer. To finish the task, Brorsoft Video Convert Ultimate a optimal DJI Drone video converter is high recommended here. Apply it, you can effortlessly transcode and convert DJI Drone 4K H.264 to DNxHD MOV vidoes, which will create an Avid MC friendly file format keeping the original quality. In addition, this software can also export MPEG-2 for Sony Vegas, Premiere Element, AVI for Pinnacle Studio and more NLE systems for native editing. If you're running on a Mac, please turn to Brorsoft iMedia Converter for Mac.

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Step 1. Free download and open the best DJI Drone video converter, simply click Load File to load your DJI Drone 4K H.264 video clips to the program.


Step 2. Click the "Format" drop-down menu on the main interface and select Avid Media Composer > Avid DNxHD(*.mov) as output format.

Step 3. At last, tap the big "Convert" button to transcode/convert Drone 4K H.264 videos to DNxHD for importing to Avid Media Composer. Once finished, click “Open” button to get the exported files and then import the converted DJI Drone 4K H.264 video clips to Avid MC for editing a breeze.

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