Import Panasonic FZ300 4K MP4 into Avid Media Composer

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Import Panasonic FZ300 4K MP4 into Avid Media Composer

Do you like shooting videos with camera like Panasonic FZ300? Panasonic FZ300 is a compact camera that features 4K UHD 30 FPS video recording, if you have recorded some 4K UHD videos with Panasonic FZ300, you may want to import 4K videos from Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer and edit with native supported format, in this case your footages can be handled smoothly. Just follow this article and you will get the best workflow to edit Panasonic FZ300 4K MP4 with Avid Media Composer in native supported DNxHD codec MOV format.

As a powerful camera, Panasonic FZ300 is able to capture 4K UHD video with either 30p or 24p frames rates at 100 Mbps in the MP4 format. What’s more, full HD 1080p is also supported, as well as slow-motion 720p and 480p recording settings. So if you want to capture high quality videos on the go, Panasonic FZ300 is a good camera for you.

Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer Editing Issue

“Hi, is there can anyone can help me to solve Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer 4K video editing issue? About two weeks ago I got a Panasonic FZ300 camera to shoot 4K videos, I have recorded a lot of 4K clips during my trip, now I need to edit recorded 4K videos with Avid Media Composer because I want to share the Panasonic FZ300 4K videos with my friends, I tried to load Panasonic FZ300 recorded 4K MP4 files into Avid Media Composer, but I found these 4K videos can’t be edit by Avid Media Composer smoothly, what should I do to solve the compatibility issue? Can you give some suggestions for me? Thank you.”

The question showed above is asked by a Panasonic FZ300 user, on recording forum he complained about the Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer 4K video importing and editing issues, he found Avid Media Composer can’t support Panasonic FZ300 recorded 4K MP4 videos smoothly, and he wants a solution for this. Why Avid Media Composer can’t support Panasonic FZ300 recorded 4K files? It is because Panasonic FZ300 4K MP4 videos are not in Avid Media Composer supported format. From Avid Media Composer product page you will learn Avid MC native supported format is DNxHD codec MOV format, videos in DNxHD codec MOV formats can be edited natively by Avid Media Composer on Windows or Mac computers, so if you want to edit Panasonic FZ300 4K MP4 videos with Avid Media Composer smoothly, you will need to convert 4K MP4 files from Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer DNxHD codec MOV format.

Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer Workflow

From the information showed above you may have known the best way to handle Panasonic FZ300 4K MP4 clips is to convert 4K MP4 files from Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer DNxHD codec MOV format, the DNxHD codec MOV format is the native supported format of Avid Media Composer, to do the conversion work, what you need is 4k video converter software, with an excellent 4K MP4 video converter your Panasonic FZ300 4K footages will be handled easily.

Acrok Video Converter Ultimate is the best 4K video converter program to help you do the 4K video conversion work, because it supports nearly all the 4K UHD videos and full HD 1080p videos, the main features are showed below.

Main features of Acrok 4K Video Converter

  1. Convert Panasonic FZ300 4K MP4 videos and 1080p videos;
  2. Convert Blu-ray or DVD disc movies to any formats for free usage;
  3. Optimized output formats for Avid Media Composer, FCP X, Premiere, etc.
  4. Editing features like 4K video trim, 4k video crop, 3D effect, etc.

Convert 4K MP4 from Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer

Step 1. Download and install Acrok Video Converter Ultimate software on your computer, run this Panasonic FZ300 4K MP4 video converter, this is the best 4k video converter on the market, it can convert any UHD videos like Panasonic FZ300 4K MP4 files to DNxHD codec for Avid Media Composer editing, there are rich output formats in this software, you can convert any videos to any formats with this MP4 video converter.

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Step 2. Run this Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer converter, it will show the brief main interface, to load Panasonic FZ300 4K files please click “Add Files” button to import the 4K MP4 videos that you want to convert.

Panasonic FZ300 Video Converter - Convert Panasonic FZ300 4K video to Media Composer native videos

Step 3. Select output format you need. Please click output format column and choose “Editing Software -> Avid DNxHD” as native supported format of Avid. If you want other formats, just select as you want.

Avid Media Composer DNxHD

Step 4. Click Settings button on the main interface of the 4K video converter you will be able to change the output parameters, like resolution, bitrate, frame rate, codec or others, if you don’t want to change, you can skip this step.

Step 5. Click convert button to start Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer conversion process, the conversion work will begin.

Acrok Video Converter Ultimate will convert your Panasonic FZ300 4K MP4 files to Avid Media Composer DNxHD codec at fast speed, when the Panasonic FZ300 to Avid Media Composer conversion is done, you can get the converted videos and import them into Avid Media Composer for editing natively, it will save much time for you, and you don’t have annoying editing issues anymore. Now please buy and try this 4k video converter, it will help you.

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