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Importing DJI OSMO Footage in AVID Media Composer

In this article, we try to give you a method to import DJI OSMO 4K to Avid Media Composer for editing without any loss.

Importing DJI OSMO Footage in AVID Media Composer
After recording some stunning 4K footage by DJI OSMO, you may wanna edit these DJI OSMO videos in Avid Media Composer so as to make them more stylish. However, some problems occurred when importing the footage:

Q: I have loaded footage from my DJI Osmo. I try to import the DJI OSMO video to Avid Meida Composer. Every option I use looks extremely washed out, also lots of stair-casing and artifacting on the lines. Any solution for me?

Actually the problem maybe cuased by the video codec and high resolution of OSMO video recording. The recorded DJI OSMO MOV/MP4 files are compressed using the h.264 codec, which is final delivery codec and it is not one you want to use for editing. So, any workaround to help you work with DJI OSMO 4K files in Avid Media Composer smoothly.

Well, if you stick to edit DJI OSMO 4K in Avid Media Composer, you'd better convert them to a more editing-friendly format for Avid MC like DNxHD. Actually, it’s not as difficult as you imagine. What’s needed is a just a common video converter like Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac- The program works as the best Mac DJI Video Converter.

It helps you fast transcode DJI OSMO, DJI Mavic Pro, DJI Phantom 4, DJI Phantom 3, DJI Phantom 2 footage to Avid preferred DNxHD with fast encoding speed and without quality loss. What's more, it's the optimal tool for transcoding GoPro, Sony, Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, etc camera or camcorder videos to kinds of NLE programs Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premier Pro, Final Cut Pro, FCE and more. For Windows user, please turn to Video Converter. Just download it and follow the simple guide to achieve your goal.

Converting DJI OSMO 4K video to work in Avid Media Composer

1. Install and launch the DJI OSMO Video Converter, and then click "Add Video" button to import 4K .mov or .mp4 files.

Tip: If you want to join all the 4k files you loaded as a single file, you can tick checkbox "Merge into one file".

2. Click on "Format", and select output format from the drop-down list. Follow "Avid Media Composer" > Avid DHxHD (*.mov)".

P.S. This Mac video converter can also help users to transcode DJI OSMO videos to FCP, iMovie, Adobe Premiere Pro with the optimal presets including Apple ProRes, Apple InterMediate Codec, MPEG-2...

3. By clicking the Settings icon, you can adjust video and audio parameters like codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, etc., in that way, you can take charge of the size and quality of the output files. In principle, the larger input values, the better output quality, but the corresponding larger file size.

4. As soon as all the above settings are completed, you can press "Convert" button to start conversion. You can follow the conversion process via the pop-up windows.

After conversion is done, simply click "Completed" to back to main interface, and click "Open" button to find generated DNxHD videos. Afterwards, you can transfer the converted DJI OSOMO clips into Avid Media Composer 5/5.5/6/6.5/7/8 for editing smoothly on Mac with ease.

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