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User Guide, tips and tricks for XAVC Converter, Mac XAVC Converter.

How to Play 4K Movie with Xbox One

How to Play 4K Movie with Xbox One is to what degree the console actually supports 4K content. We know that the 4K video and gaming support is the most headline-grabbing new feature of Xbox One. However, although Xbox One supports 4K movie streaming, there’s video format/codec incompatibility problem. Currently, 4K content could presumably use […]

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How to Play 4K Movie with Sony PS4

If you are a video game enthusiast, you must have heard about or owned the Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4 for short). The Sony PS4 is currently the best game console in the market, featuring with stunning hardware performance and the DUALSHOCK controller. You can even directly share your epic triumphs game experience with your friends […]

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How to Play Any 4K Video on Galaxy Note 3

The Latest Samsung Galaxy flagship Note 3 is headline-grabbing enough to most people long before it was officially released since it is bringing some stunning new features to the market. One of such features is the 4K Ultra HD video recording and playback capability, which is only possible due to its beast of Exynos 5 […]

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How to Import PXW-Z100 XAVC to FCP7 to Edit

The latest Sony’s 4K camera, PXW-Z100 XDCAM camcorder, shoots HD, QFHD and 4K footage in XAVC format. With the familiar “Handycam” shape and a list price less than $6,500, this new camera puts professional 4K capabilities in common folk’s hand. Clearly, Sony is moving 4K not just into movies, but into the home, corporate world, […]

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How to Edit FDR-AX1 XAVC S in FCP

Sony’s new Handycam model the FDR-AX1 priced $4,500, recording at a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160 in 60p (also 24p, 30p, 25p, and 50p), is Sony’s first attempt at targeting common consumers who want to shoot 4K resolution footage of their own. It does is the ideal choice for recording 4K video in low […]

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How to Edit Sony Handycam FDR-AX1 XAVC-S Home Movie in iMovie

Although 4K video has been popular for quite a while, there still aren’t many options for common people who want to shoot 4K Ultra HD footage of their own. To lead the change, Sony plans to begin selling a new Handycam model (in October, 2013) — the FDR-AX1 that will make 4K simple, manageable, and […]

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How to Convert Panasonic DVCPRO P2 MXF to ProRes 422 MOV for FCP

“I have a Panasonic DVCPRO P2 camcorder that records .mxf video format, and I would like to import these MXF files to FCP for post editing. How can I manage that?” The P2 MXF footage, shot by Panasonic camcorders like AG-HVX200 and AG-HVX300, etc. onto a P2 card in DVCPRO (HD), are not natively supported […]

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How to Compress FCPX Files for Vimeo

Couple days ago, Dick Walters ask me in the comment about the FCPX compression settings for Vimeo. We know that Vimeo offers compression suggestions for FCP7, but how about FCPX? As what Dick has said, “the FCPX share option for Vimeo is lame and there does not appear to be any way of changing the […]

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Play 4K Video on Android Using Free 4K Video Player

Yes, 4K UltraHD video is coming to Android this year, according to Qualcomm. Despite that there’s a hot debate on whether 4K video capture and playback is really necessary, Qualcomm has already well prepared to bring this impressive spec to Android devices together with the upcoming Snapdragon 800 chip. That’s to say, Qualcomm believes there […]

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Transcoding Canon C500 4K Raw to FCPX for Smooth Editing

What makes Canon C500 an impressive 4K Cinema Camera? The remarkable highlights, of course, which include 8.8 Mp super 35mm CMOS sensor, 10-Bit 4K RAW at up to 60p EF Lens Mount for broad compatibility, ability of capturing 2K footage (2,048 x 1,080 pixels) at 12-bit, full 4K RAW output of up to 4096 x […]

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