20% OFF Convert Nikon D800/D600/D7000 H.264 MOV to Avid DNxH

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20% OFF Convert Nikon D800/D600/D7000 H.264 MOV to Avid DNxH

Postby kyo » Tue Dec 04, 2012 7:02 am

20% OFF Convert Nikon D800/D600/D7000 H.264 MOV to Avid DNxHD codec

Nikon DSLRs are excellent so that many people willing to buy one. Nikon hot cameras include Nikon D800, D600, D7000, etc. It's great to take photos and record full HD 1080P videos by Nikon DSLR. The Nikon D800/D600/D7000 DSLR recorded video format is H.264 MOV, this format is supported by many editing software, but sometime it is not supported perfectly on Mac editing software, like Avid Media Composer. The main reason is the H.264 codec not well for editing.

What is Avid Media Composer best supported codec and format?

Avid Media Composer supported best video format is DNxHD Codec MOV format, so DNxHD is the first choice if you need to edit Nikon MOV in Avid Media Composer, you can edit video with this format in Avid Media Composer smoothly without rendering.

What software supports Nikon D800/D600/D7000 H.264 MOV to DNxHD MOV best codec output?

The best I have used is Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac, it can convert videos with good video and audio quality, and offer rich video formats for output, such as convert Nikon D800/D600/D7000 h.264 to DNxHD for AMC.

Here are easy steps for you to transcode Nikon D800/D600/D7000 MOV to AMC on Mac 10.8.

1.Download Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac, install and run this Nikon D800/D600/D7000 MOV to Avid Media Composer converter on Mac Mountain Lion.


2.Click "Add" to load Nikon MOV video files or directly drag the files into file list.

3.Click "Format" bar to determine output format. You are recommended to choose Avid Media Composer -> Avid DNxHD (*.mov), it's best for AMC.

DNxHD codec output screenshot


4.Click convert button to start transcoding Nikon D800/D600/D7000 MOV to AMC.

As shown above, it is very easy to transcode Nikon D800/D600/D7000 MOV to DNxHD codec MOV for Avid editing on Mac OS, it becomes easy for you to use the recorded footages in Avid Media Composer without rendering.

There are guides about Nikon camera to FCP, and Nikon MOV to iMovie on pavtube website, you can refer to it if you need.

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