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How To Edit And Share 4K Video With iMovie

Jane Vivian

Dec 12, 2017 04:04 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

The iPhone’s video-recording capability is so good—with up to 4K resolution, optical image stabilization, and continuous autofocus—you really should take advantage of it. For creating a really dazzling presentation from footage shot on a mobile device, you’re best off using desktop video editing software, iMovie stands out from its competitors which offers us intuitive interface, cool trailer creation tool. So this article aims to teach you how to set your device to capture 4k and how to edit and share 4k video with iMovie, if you have the same needs, welcome to read this article.   Part 1. Set Your Device To Capture 4K Video Part 2. Use 4K video in iMovie Part 3. Solve “iMovie Can’t Import 4K Video” Issue And Other Issues Part 4. How To Share A 4K Video   Part 1. Set Your Device To Capture 4K Video Video recorded at 4K resolution is four times the resolution of 1080p HD video, offering superior sharpness and quality. iMovie lets you edit and share 4K video captured from supported devices. You can capture 4K video using iPhone 6s and later models. Use these steps to set your device to record video at 4K resolution: Open the Settings app. Tap

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Tips for Using iMovie on iPhone and Top 5 iMovies Alternatives for iPhone

Jane Vivian

Dec 05, 2017 04:04 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

Nowadays, more and more people long to create Hollywood-style trailers and share them with thousand of people online and get dozens of fans. And video edit is not any more limited to PC or Mac, people can go anywhere, and mobile video editing apps follow, like iMovie. This app could be installed in your iPhone, and offers you all-round video editing functions. And this article will show you how to use it via your iPhone, and some similar apps to iMovies if you want some changes, moreover, we provided some solutions to the problems that may occurred during the video editing process. Part 1. How to Use iMovie on iPhone Making videos with iMovies on the iPhone is a very simple task, which can be handled even by novices. Before you make a video, first check the video storage available in your iPhone. You do not want all your hard work to be erased due to no storage. Follow the steps below to create a video with iMovie in your iPhone: 1. Tap the + button and go to the video time line and other tools. 2. Click on the media library button, which will bring up all the video

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Best VR Player for iPhone (ios)

Jane Vivian

Nov 28, 2017 03:48 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

Are you looking for a free way to get imersive VR viewing experience on your iPhone without additionally purchasing an expensive VR headset like Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR headset or HTC Vive? Here we gonna show you several best VR player apps for your iPhone to get enough VR experience you can ever imagine, as long as you have got a cheap Google cardboard. Here we go! Top 1. Top Best VR Player iOS – Homido 360 VR Player There are basically 4 sections for Homido iOS vr player users: 360 degree spherical videos, standard video enjoyment (3D/2D), built-in web browser that can let you turn the view into side by side mode and a recording section that allow you record VR video using iPhone straight through this app. Homido gives you full side by side control of the app even at its menu UI. Turn sideways, or rotating the screen and your Homido shipped iOS will present you 360 degree video enjoyment. It works good with phones without smart phone adapter and you can view 360 videos. Top 2. Mobile VR Station for iOS iPhone Mobile VR Station comes as the second best alternative for iOS VR content streaming

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How to Get HEVC/H.265 Videos for Playback on Apple TV 4K

Jane Vivian

Nov 21, 2017 03:22 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

Conceived to boost video streaming, High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), aka H.265, is a video compression standard designed to substantially improve coding efficiency when compared to its precedent, the Advanced Video Coding (AVC), or H.264.With the development of video streaming on the Internet over popular websites such as Netflix and YouTube, and with 4K cameras gaining new ground in the market, a considerable amount of storage and bandwidth is required. HEVC promises a 50% storage reduction as its algorithm uses efficient coding by encoding video at the lowest possible bit rate while maintaining a high image quality level. At the annual developer conference, WWDC, Apple announced widespread support for High Efficiency Video Coding. And from Apple TV 4K website, we have confirmed that the Gen 5 Apple TV does support HEVC video format. This post will show you how to get HEVC from any video for playback on Apple TV 4K, here we go! Step By Step to Transcode Any Video to HEVC for Apple TV 4K Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate Win/ Mac Before we get start to convert any HD/SD/4K video to HEVC for saving more storage space while maintaining high quality, one thing you need to get – a professional

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How to Play DJI 4K Footage on Apple TV 4K

Jane Vivian

Nov 14, 2017 03:36 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

When visiting some DJI forums, I always meet those people asking some solutions to help them succeed to play DJI 4k video on Apple TV 4K. This article aims to solve the problem above. Although Apple TV 4K supports to stream 4k video files, but it doesn’t support all 4K video formats. According to the old the older Apple TV 4/3/2/1 supported video, Apple TV 4K might only supports .mp4 .mov .m4v video formats.  As we all know, the sources of 4k videos can be from anywhere and be various formats. For example, DJI cameras can record 4k MP4, 4K MOV;  iPhone 7 can shoot video in MOV format with 4K resolution; some 4K cameras can make 4K video files in XAVC S; 4k videos downloaded from video sharing website, and more. Otherwise, MOV or MP4 is just container which covers different video/audio codec, it is common if you fail to play some 4k video on Apple TV 4K. So how to play DJI 4k footage on Apple TV 4K? You need to transcode the 4K video files to 4K MP4 for Apple TV 4K with a 4K Video Converter. Below is an excellent 4K video converter you can choose. Best 4K Video Converter

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How to Rip and Import DVD to Final Cut Pro X on Mac for Further Editing

Jane Vivian

Nov 07, 2017 05:49 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

I need to get a few clips from a couple of movies from a DVD (or the whole thing) and convert into ProRes format (or some other workable format) to edit it in my Final Cut Pro X software, but have worked on this for quite a while but it’s a real challenge. Is there any good and reliable ripping software out there can do this? I believe that many people have that same question as above, it would be very excited to get a lot of fans when you edit DVD movies and create wonderful videos then upload to Youtube, Hulu, or other video sharing website. For Mac users, the best video editing software would be Final Cut Pro X, which is widely used by video professionals and hobbyists to create, edit, and produce high-quality videos. However, if your source videos are DVDs, you may fail to directly edit DVD in FCP X. In fact, Final Cut Pro X cannot read any of these Video _TS files from a DVD. So, if you want make your own content with DVD in Final Cut Pro X, you need to convert your DVD footage to a fully compatible format with Final Cut

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Play GoPro Hero 6 4K Footage on iPhone

Jane Vivian

Oct 31, 2017 04:24 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

GoPro just officially unveiled the Hero 6 Black at an event in San Francisco, and has been on store shelves around North America. The big advancement is the ability to shoot 4K footage at 60 frames per second. As we know, GoPros have shot in 4K for a few generations, which produces much clearer picture than 1080p or 720p. When you’ve got 4k footage, you may want to play them on your iPhone. However, some people complaint that when using Here 6 to record footage at 4K or even 2.7K they are unable to play it back on Capture or any thing else on the iPhone. It says unsupported. For the time being, only the iPhone 8 and X will be recording and playing 4K HVEC HDR formats, and remains the question if or how those videos will play on the previous devices. Not everyone will go with the stream to purchase iPhone 8/X. To solve iPhone not playing 4k video issue, we need to find the root reason that is your iPhone is just not compatible with the video file. Even though the iPhone can shoot 4K video it does not display 4K resolution (it’s 1080p). As we all know, MP4, MOV

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How to Play and Edit MTS/M2TS on MacOS High Sierra

Jane Vivian

Oct 24, 2017 05:49 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

What is M2TS file? M2TS is a filename extension used for the Blu-ray Disc Audio-Video (BDAV) MPEG-2 Transport Stream (M2TS) container file format. It is used for multiplexing audio, video and other streams. It is based on the MPEG-2 transport stream container. This container format is commonly used for high definition video on Blu-ray Disc and AVCHD. What is MTS file? The MTS file type is a video file that allows for digital video cameras to record high definition video directly onto optical discs, hard drives and flash memory cards, making it simple to quickly capture and transfer video of anything you want. MTS and M2TS are both file extensions for AVCHD, the HD digital video camera recorder format, and both support 720p and 1080i HD video formats. You can get MTS, M2TS files from Blu-ray Disc, JVC, Canon, Panasonic, Sony Camcorders, etc. For those people who have got video footages in MTS or M2TS file format may often encounter the video codec incompatible issues when playing and or editing MTS or M2TS files on Mac computer. To help you solve those problems, we will tell you an easy way to help you out. Keep reading. Want to play and edit MTS and M2TS files on Mac computer smoothly, you need to get a professional MTS/M2TS video

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How to Play MTS/MSTS on iPhone (X/8/8 Plus/7/7 Plus/6s/6/6 Plus)

Jane Vivian

Oct 17, 2017 05:08 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

AVCHD actually support both SD and HD video in the video compression of MPEG-4 AVC/H.264. The general file extension are MTS and M2TS which are commonly from Blu-ray Disc, JVC, Canon, Panasonic, Sony Camcorders, etc. iPhone X/8 even iPhone series, ipad, iTunes doesn’t support MTS/M2TS natively, to watch MTS, M2TS files on iPhone, you need a video converter to convert MTS/M2TS to iPhone supported formats such as MOV, MP4, M4V, etc. There are tons of MTS/M2TS video converters in the market, that make you puzzled when choosing the best MTS video converter. The quality and design of them are uneven. For those people who try to convert MTS/M2TS online, or with free video converter and want to get high quality generated files, I have to say that there is no free lunch in this world. Usually, online vdieo converter has many flaws such as needing you to offer personal private information, your email, or taking long time to help you convert MTS files. Free MTS/M2TS converter definitly make MTS video conversion for you, when you open the converted files happliy and you find there is shitty watermark on your video. To avoid those issues, why don’t go to find the

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Tips for Playing Any 4K Video on Apple TV 4K

Jane Vivian

Oct 10, 2017 04:27 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

The last Apple TV had everything we wanted from a set-top box — except for 4K support. That’s being fixed this year with the Apple TV 4K. It finally gives Apple fans a way to watch higher-resolution streaming video and, not surprisingly, it’ll also accompany the debut of 4K video on iTunes. Naturally, you’ll also be able to watch high-res content on Netflix and other services, as well as take advantage of high-dynamic range lighting with HDR10 and Dolby Vision. You also can transfer your local 4k video files to iTunes or Plex for Apple TV 4K streaming. The source of 4k video could be various. You can get 4k footage via Samsung Galaxy Note 8, iPhone 8, iPhone X. Or other 4k video shot by DJI Drones, Gopro camera, and UHD camcoder, downloaded from Youtube, and more. Although Apple still doesn’t claim the new Apple TV 4K supported format, it might be MP4, MOV formats according to the older Apple TV 4/3/2/1 supported video. By the way, many 4K videos are encoded with HEVC codec, from Apple official website, this TV box has the ability to handle HEVC 4K video. How can we do if we meet the 4k

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