Canon EOS R5 FCP X - Edit Canon EOS R5 8K/4K video in FCP X

Canon EOS R5 FCP X – Edit Canon EOS R5 8K/4K video in FCP X

Have you recorded some MP4 or MOV video files with Canon EOS R5? In this article we will share the best Canon EOS R5 video converter with you, this 8K Video Converter will transcode Canon EOS R5 H.265 to Apple ProRes for Final Cut Pro X, and then you can edit Canon EOS R5 8K ans 4K footage with FCP X without rendering and smoothly. Continue reading

Play 4K H.265 Movies from USB on Samsung 4K TV

Play 4K H.265 Movies from USB on Samsung 4K TV

“I have a Samsung QE43Q60R TV. It has a USB port which I have previous looked at pictures through. I want to watch films – in .mkv format it shows me the films on the menu screen on the TV, but when I try to play it says unsupported file. Any suggestion?” Continue reading

TCL TV Format - Best Video/Audio Formats for TCL TV

TCL TV Format – Best Video/Audio Formats for TCL TV

A TCL Roku TV is a big entertainment in our daily life. Nowadays it is convenient to put movies on USB flash drive and play on TCL Roku TV via USB port. So, you have just bought a TCL TV and want to play videos from your computer using it. You may have these question: “Which format is best for TCL TV?” “How to convert MP4/AVI/MKV/MPG/FLV/MOV/WMV to play on TCL TV?” Then you are at the right place, as we will be telling you how to achieve that in simple and easy steps. Take a look at the short guide that we have made for you. Continue reading

Panasonic AJ-CX4000 MXF to Premiere Pro workflow

Panasonic AJ-CX4000 MXF problems with Premiere Pro: For people who have some MXF files shot with your Panasonic AJ-CX4000 camcorder, you may often encounter the following problems when trying to import the Panasonic AJ-CX4000 Full HD files to Premiere Pro just as the condition listed below. Continue reading

Import and edit Canon XF400 4K XF-AVC in Premiere Pro CC

We write this tutorial to help those who are having issues editing Canon XF400 XF-AVC footage in Premiere Pro CC smoothly. It explains a workaround to transcode Canon XF400 video to MPEG-2 codec for use in Premiere Pro CC with optimum performance. Continue reading