Thursday, December 8, 2016

Import Yuneec Q500 4K video to Edius Pro 8.30 without any problems

The Yuneec Typhoon Q500 4K ($1,449 as tested) is a big drone that tries to set itself apart from others in its price range by doing a bit more. Its camera is removable, and can be used handheld with an included accessory grip. And its remote control incorporates a touch-screen Android device into its design, so you don't have to use your own phone. The Q500 captures steady 4K video when in flight, but the video is noticeably blurry as you move toward the edges of the frame.

Have recorded some 4K video by your Yuneec Q500? Tried Import Yuneec Q500 4K video to Edius Pro 8.30 but failed? Have a look at the Yuneec Q500 4K to Edius Pro 8.30 issue:

“Hi hope somebody can help , before I updated to Pro8.30, I was able to import into Pro8.22 and Pro7 , my Drones (yuneec Q5004k) footage with no problem and Edius pro 8.22 had no iusses. I am able to import my DJI P3 footage into 8.30 no problem. I am able to import the same Yuneec footage in to Adobe PPRoCC2015 I have no problem to play the footage and edit. But why when import Yuneec Q5004k to Edius Pro 8.30 i failed. What’s wrong? Who can help me?”

Do you also have some problems importing Yuneec Q500 4K video to Edius Pro? No worry, here we give you one easy solution.

Working Yuneec Q500 4K videos in EDIUS Pro EDIUS Pro is extremely hardware intensive. We recommend that you use an Intel Xeon-based system, especially if you are working with multiple layers. If you are running on an old computer and don't wanna turn to a new one, you will meet Typhoon Q500 4K video file stuttering problems with EDIUS Pro. And the Yuneec Q500 4K in specially the MP4 video sometimes is not friendly with EDIUS Pro. So if you're planning to use 4K files in , you do need to convert Yuneec Q500 4K video to using MPEG-2 (1080p) as primary delivery format. You can use Pavtube Video Converter to help you done.

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Key features of the 4K to Edius Pro video converter:

- Compress Yuneec Q500 4K to 1080p, 720p for better usages.
- Convert Yuneec Q500 4K video to any formats like MP4, MKV, AVI, H.265, WMV etc.
- Convert Yuneec Q500 4K to Windows Movie Maker, Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, Cyberlink - PowerDirector etc editors supported video format.
- Edit your Yuneec Q500 4K video with hot video editing functions.
- Convert Yuneec Q500 4K to VLC, TV, PS3, PS4, Projector etc.
- Merge several Yuneec Q500 4K video into one file for batch converting quickly.

How to Convert Yuneec Q500 4K footage for editing in EDIUS Pro 7/8

Step 1. Add Yuneec Q500 4K video source

Run the best 4K Video Converter program you just set up. Drag and drop the Yuneec Q500 4K video files to the converter. You can also hit Add files button to import videos to the app. If you wanna combine several videos into one file, you can click the "Merge into one" box.

Step 2. Select output format for Edius Pro

Click the "Format" bar and select "Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > MPEG-2 (*.mpg)" as Edius Pro’s output format on the drop-down menu. It ensures the smooth editing with Edius Pro.

Step 3. Advanced Yuneec Q500 4K video/audio settings

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. Note: If you want to get original Yuneec Q500 4K resolution, just keep the video size as original. If you want to downscale Yuneec Q500 4K to 1080p, you can choose 1980*1080 from “Size”.

Step 4. Start converting 4K footage

Hit the Convert button of the best 4K file converter. It will start converting Yuneec Q500 4K for importing to EDIUS Pro immediately. Soon after the conversion, just click "Open" button to get the generated files for natively editing in EDIUS Pro 8/7 beautifully.

PS: Mac user can get Pavtube Video Converter for Mac to convert any 4K video, HD video, SD video in any formats to any video/audio format for your usages on Mac (macOS Sierra, El Capitan Yosemite, Mavericks, Lion included)

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