Outline: This article is about how to finalize 4K conversion. If you have problem with editing DJI Phantom 4K videos with Premiere Pro, please take few minutes to read it, then you’ll get the solution.
DJI Phantom is an amazing invention, it can take people’s sight to anywhere in the sky. Most people want to
edit DJI Phantom 4K videos in Premiere Pro or other video editing applications on Mac after flying it. However, they always find Premiere Pro doesn’t work for DJI Phantom 4K videos. The quoted
content is a feedback from the forum.
I'm wondering if anyone out there has awful experience with editing 4K footage from Phantom 3 produces in Premiere Pro on Mac. Do you have any suggested export settings to get the most resolution out of the footage - without having to buy a new server. Does Premiere Pro import the footage natively, or does it have to be converted first? Thanks.
DJI Phantom captures 4K videos encoded in MP4 or MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264) format, and the Frame Rate of these Ultra HD videos is 24/25. Though Frame Rate of DJI Phantom 4K video is normal number, the resolution of 4K videos is 4096x2160P which is four times than 1080P, so the Bit Rate of Ultra HD video becomes very high. Some models of Mac with low definition hardware doesn’t have the ability to process high Bit Rate 4K videos smoothly, so somebody have bad experience with editing 4K footage in Premiere Pro.
To ensure a smooth workflow of DJI Phantom 4K video with Premiere Pro, we suggest you to convert DJI Phantom 4K videos to MPEG-2 format which is the most suitable format for Premiere Pro. Here we recommend a top-ranked 4K video converter for you - Pavtube Video Converter for Mac. This 4K converter can not only convert DJI Phantom 4K videos to MPEG-2 format, but also set the resolution of 4K footage from 4096*2160P to 1920*1080P. What’s more, this program also can help you to convert 4K MOV/MP4 files from DJI Phantom to the most compatible format (Apple InterMediate, Apple ProRes, DNxHD Codec) for FCP/iMovie/Avid MC.
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How to Convert DJI Phantom 4K videos to Premiere Pro for editing?
Step 1. Add 4K files to the program.
First of all, transfer 4K videos from DJI Phantom to your Mac.
Click "Add Video" or "Add from folder" button on the top menu to browse and choose DJI Phantom 4K videos.
Step 2. Choose the preset output format – MPEG-2
We have prepared the best format for Premiere Pro, just go to the output format list, then follow “Adobe Premiere/Sony Ve…”＞ “MPEG-2 (*.mpg).”
Step 3. Change output profile parameters.
Click "Settings" to open “Profile Settings” window. For editing 4K videos in Premiere smoothly, we suggest you to change “Size(pix)” from Original to 1920*1080.
Step 4. Start converting 4K files to MPEG-2
Click on the big red "Convert" button in the main UI to start converting DJI Phantom 4K files to MPEG-2 format.
You can find your converted videos by clicking "Open" button.
Then you are able to edit DJI Phantom 4K videos in Premiere Pro with no problem.
Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac: If you want to convert more formats videos like AVCHD, XAVC, MXF to Premiere Pro, you can try our another software – Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac. This program can help you finish the conversion in a very short time.
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