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How can I load 4K MOV videos from Olympus TG-5 to iMovie and Avid Media Composer for editing smoothly? Olympus TG-5 is a compact camera that features 4K video recording, there are a lot of users have used this camera and recorded some 4K videos, in this article we will share the best Olympus TG-5 to iMovie and Media Composer workflow with you, and then you can load recorded 4K videos from Olympus TG-5 to iMovie and Media Composer for editing with native supported format.
Olympus TG-5 to iMovie and Media Composer Question
“Hello, I got the Olympus TG-5 camera not long ago, in recent days I used this camera recorded some 4K footages for my company, I checked these 4K footages and found they are in 4K MOV format, I tried to load 4K MOV clips from Olympus TG-5 to iMovie and Media Composer for editing on Mac, but I found the iMovie and Media Composer can’t edit Olympus TG-5 recorded 4K MOV videos smoothly, my friend suggests me to transcode Olympus TG-5 4K MOV videos to supported format for iMovie and Media Composer, can you give some suggestions for me? Thank you for your help.”
Olympus TG-5 is a compact digital camera that can take high resolution photos as well as record 4K UHD videos, with Olympus TG-5 you can record 4K MOV files, the video format can maintain high quality for you. But, when you import recorded 4K MOV videos from Olympus TG-5 to iMovie and Media Composer for editing, you will meet with problems. Just like the issue showed above, you will find that iMovie and Media Composer can’t edit Olympus TG-5 4K MOV videos well, what’s the reason? It is caused by the iMovie and Media Composer video format limitation. From Apple iMovie and Avid Media Composer official page you will learn iMovie and Media Composer native supported format, for iMovie, the native supported format is Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC), for Avid MC, the native supported format is DNxHD codec MOV format.
From Olympus TG-5 recorded 4K videos you will know the recordings are in H.264 codec, the H.264 codec is not a good codec for editing, so your Olympus TG-5 4K videos are not supported by iMovie and Media Composer natively, and you will meet with importing and editing issues. How to solve the Olympus TG-5 to iMovie or Olympus TG-5 to Avid Media Composer editing issues? The best way is to convert Olympus TG-5 4K videos to native codec for iMovie and Avid Media Composer.
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is a powerful video converter software, it is able to convert 4K UHD videos, full HD 1080p videos, Blu-ray movies or DVD movies. It is the recommended 4k video converter software to convert 4K MOV from Olympus TG-5 to iMovie and Media Composer supported format, it has rich optimized formats, such as AIC for iMovie, DNxHD for Media Composer, Apple ProRes for FCP X, etc. besides UHD videos, you can also use it to convert latest Blu-ray and DVD disc movies to any formats for playing on your devices freely. Both Windows version and Mac version are available to use, so this 4K video converter is powerful all-in-one converter for you.
Step 1. Download Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac from the link, install this 4k video converter program on your computer, launch it you will see the main interface. You can also choose the Windows version if you use Windows 10 computer.
Step 2. Load Olympus TG-5 4K MOV videos that you want to convert. Click “Add Files” button to load 4k videos recorded by Olympus TG-5, you can add batch files at one time. If you want to load Blu-ray or DVD, please click “Load Disc” button to import.
Step 3. Choose iMovie and Media Composer supported format for output. To edit Olympus TG-5 4k files with iMovie, please choose “iMovie -> Apple InterMediate Codec (*.mov)”, this is native format for iMovie; for Avid Media Composer, please choose “Editing Software -> Avid DNxHD”. If you want to convert Olympus TG-5 4K videos to other formats, just choose it according to your need.
Step 4. You can customize the output parameters by clicking “Settings” button on the main interface of the Olympus TG-5 4K video converter, and then you can adjust the resolution, bitrate, frame rate, codec, etc. if you don’t need to adjust you can skip this step.
Step 5. Click convert button on the Olympus TG-5 to iMovie/Avid Converter, the program will start Olympus TG-5 to iMovie and Media Composer conversion process.
With this Olympus TG-5 to iMovie and Olympus TG-5 to Avid Media Composer converter you can easily convert 4K MOV files from Olympus TG-5 to iMovie and Media Composer, when the conversion is finished you can import converted videos to iMovie and Media Composer, and then you can edit Olympus TG-5 videos with iMovie and Media Composer smoothly, you don’t need to render the clips again, and there will be no problems anymore.
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