Why Need a 4K Video Converter:
Currently, there’re a large scale types of HD video formats like HD 720p, HD 1080p, 2K, etc. yet “4K” and “Ultra HD” are definitely the hottest words in the digital photography and video field this year since the effect of 4K video is splendid. However, when dealing with the 4K video, there always are some tricky problems, say you cannot import 4K XAVC to FCP for post production; you cannot play 4K YouTube videos on 4K TV; you cannot enjoy 4K movies on portable devices like Galaxy S4… All these problems can be called “4K format compatibility problems”. To solve all the 4K format compatibility problems perfectly, you need a professional 4K Video Converter to help you convert 4K video to other popular video formats instead.
Best 4K Video Converter:
Brorsoft 4K Video Converter(available for Windows and Mac) is the best 4K Video Converter ever. Developed with the most advanced converting technology, this professional 4K video converter truly and fully supports input and output videos at upto 4K resolution. With it, you can freely enjoy your 4K videos/movies, 4K YouTube clips, wherever you like, such as watching 4K movies (in any format) on 4K TV(Samsung Smart TV, Sony Bravia TV, Panasonic Viera TV, LG 3D/LED/LCD TV and so on) and even on mobile devices like Galaxy S4.
Moreover, it can help you import 4K camcorder recordings(Blackmagic 4K, Panasonic GH4, Panasonic HX-A500, Sony FDR AX1/AX100, …) to FCP/iMovie/Avid/AE/Premiere, etc for professional editing. As you see, it can output best codec for editing software, you can convert 4K to Prores codec for Final Cut Pro X/7/6, convert 4K to iMovie/Final Cut Express best supported Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC), convert 4K to DNxHD codec for Avid Media Composer, or convert 4K to MPEG-2/MOV for Adobe Premiere Pro, etc. With this best 4K video converter, it becomes easy to transcode 4K video to native codec for editing, which will maintain best video and audio quality in the conversion process- you can get 4K lossless conversion.
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How to Use the 4K Video Converter:
Note that this screen shots use the 4K video converter Mac version.
STEP 1. Load the 4K videos to the program
Download and install the best 4K Video Converter, and then import the source 4K videos to it. To do so, you can directly drag & drop the files onto the main interface, or you can click the “Add” icon on the upper left to locate the videos from your local disk. Note that batch conversion is supported, so you can add several files to the converter at one time.
STEP 2. Set output video format
4K movie converter supports a wide range of output video formats optimized for all popular mobile devices, applications and more. To convert 4K video, just choose a proper output format in the profile list according to your need. For example:
a. To import 4K camcorder footages like XAVC/XAVC S to FCP for post production, choose “Format” >”Final Cut Pro” > “Apple ProRes 422 MOV”.
b. To enjoy 4K videos/4K YouTube on portable devices like Galaxy S4, choose “Format” > “Samsung”, from where you can find a proper video format for Galaxy S4.
c. To transfer 4K video to 4K TVs, choose the output format that your TV supports from the “HD Video” tab.
STEP 3. 4K Video 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 4K resolution, just keep the video size as original.
STEP 4. Begin to convert 4K videos
When you finish the settings, you can press the big “Start” button to kick off the conversion. By using future-proof technology, the conversion will be finished with ultrafast speed and the best video quality kept. After the conversion, you can then play, edit, share the 4K videos anywhere you prefer.
Download 4K Video Converter:
(Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)