Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Import Canon EOS C700 4K video to Avid Media Composer on Mac

The EOS C700 features a new full size design allowing for arrangements that are hand-held and both traditional studio fashion. The camera body has integrated cheese platters with various 3/8-16 and 1/4-20 threaded holes on the top and bottom to readily attach essential accessories that were. The top handle attaches in multiple places for assisting in achieving optimum balance.

The EOS C700 has an elective 0.7-inch OLED Electronic Viewfinder (EVF V70). Which is the first professional grade viewfinder of Canon; featuring 4,096 x 2,160 and Full HD 1920×1080 screening, encircle view, view support and colour that is false. The EVF also has the ability to exhibit an HDR mimicked image with a “stretched” dynamic range for increased shadow detail and highlight retention. Maybe you have recorded some Canon EOS C700 4K video from Canon EOS C700. If you want to load your Canon EOS C700 4K recording to Avid Media Composer, you will be wondering what to expect in terms of 4K support in Avid, since it seems like everything is shooting 4K these days.

Canon EOS C700 Highlights
  • Super 35mm 4K CMOS Sensor 
  • 10-bit or 12-bit 4K RAW up to 120 fps (via Codex raw recorder) 
  • 2K RAW up to 240 fps (via Codex raw recorder) 
  • ProRes 4K up to 60 fps (via Codex raw recorder) 
  • EF Cinema Lock Type Mount (PL version available) 
  • Global Shutter version in 2017 
  • Up to 15 Stops of Dynamic Range 
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF 
  • 4K up to 60 fps, 2K/HD up to 240 fps 
  • Prores 4444 in 2K/FHD 
  • Proxy Recording to SD Cards 
  • Canon Log 2 and Canon Log 3 
  • XF-AVC and ProRes Recording to CFast 2.0 
Although Media Composer has already had 4K and "high-resolution" (i.e., higher-than-4K) support via Avid Media Access (AMA) in previous versions and now the 4K to Avid Media Composer workflow has been even improved in Media Composer 8. Whereas, there's actually no way to edit a Canon EOS C700 4K project natively with Avid. In most cases, editing Canon EOS C700 4k video in Avid Media Composer is very taxing on your computer. An ultimate solution we found would be to transcode/compress Canon EOS C700 4K video to DNxHD for Avid Media Composer.
So you need one professional Canon EOS C700 4K to Avid Media Composer video converter, you can adopt Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac. With it, you can change your Canon EOS C700 4K video to Avid Media Composer editable format on Mac (macOS Sierra, El Capitan Yosemite, Mavericks, Lion included).

See also: Canon EOS C700 4K to DaVinci ResolveCanon C700 4K to Adobe PremiereCanon C700 4K to Premiere Elements

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Convert Canon EOS C700 4K video to Avid Media Composer friendly video

Step 1. Import Canon EOS C700 4K video files

Click "Add video" button to load Canon EOS C700 4K video files which are copied onto hard drive or directly drag the footage to the program. You can check the "Merge into one" box to join several video files together.

Step 2. Select Avid Media Composer as the output format

Hit Format bar to select output format. You can choose "Avid Media Composer > Avid DNxHD(*.mov)" as output format. It is an ideal and suitable editing format for Avid MC.

Tip 1. Click "Settings" button if you'd like to customize advanced audio and video parameters like Video Codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, Audio codec, sample rate, audio channels. If you want to get original Canon EOS C700 4K resolution, just keep the video size as original. Or compress source 4K videos to 1080p files for smoothly editing.

Tip 2. Click "Edit selected task" button and you can trim, crop or adjust the Canon EOS C700 4K video with the built-in video editor to get the very part and effect of the video you want.

Step 3. Start Canon EOS C700 4K to Avid MC conversion

When you finish all settings, hit "Convert" button to start transcoding Canon EOS C700 4K to Avid Media Composer. You can follow the conversion process from the pop-up windows. After the conversion, it's freely to import Canon EOS C700 4K clips into Avid Media Composer for natively editing.

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