This tutorial guides you through how to convert Fujifilm GFX 100S H.265 to H.264 codec so that you can easily import and edit 4K H.265 files in DaVinci Resolve 17, 16, 15 smoothly while keeping the highest quality.
The Fujifilm GFX 100S is a 102MP medium format camera with an image stabilized BSI-CMOS sensor. This image stabilization is rated at up to 6.0 stops, and can work in sync with in-lens stabilization to maintain this performance. In terms of overall video features, the GFX 100S records in AAC/H.264/H.265(HEVC) codecs and has access to 19 Film Simulations. The camera records F-Log/HLG/ProRes RAW video formats, including 12-bit recording over HDMI.
H.265 is a video compression standard designed as part of the MPEG-H project as a successor to the widely used Advanced Video Coding. H.265 is designed to provide a future proof codec that can meet customers’ rapidly developing requirements for 4K content production and HD120P high frame rate shooting. And Fujifilm has announced that cameras that will support H.265 include Fujifilm GFX 100S, Fujifilm X-T4, Fujifilm X-T3 and more. If you have got some H.265 with 4K resolution from Fujifilm GFX 100S, you may want to import the 4K H.265 files to DaVinci Resolve for further editing.
When importing and editing H.265 videos in DaVinci Resolve 17, 16, 15, users always encounter video and audio problems, as H.265 MOV format is efficient, but simply isn’t engineered to maintain quality during complex post production effects processing. Uncompressed HD format delivers superior image quality, but data rates and file sizes can stop a workflow dead in its tracks. Well, H.264 format delivers both efficiency and quality without compromises.
In fact, there is an easy way to fix the problem. Since DaVinci Resolve works best with H.264, DNxHD, ProRes, the easy workaround is to get a Fujifilm Video Converter for help. Featured with the most advanced converting technology, Acrok Video Converter Ultimate is now providing the most reliable and professional 4K H.265 solutions to all format issues including 4K H.265 MOV, 4K H.265 MP4, 4K H.265 MKV, 4K MXF and more. With it, you can easily convert Fujifilm GFX 100S footage to DaVinci Resolvesupported video format and codec, ensuring maximum editing quality and efficiency when working with DaVinci Resolve 17, 16, 15.
The Mac version H.265 Video Converter also adds some advanced encoders like ProRes, Apple Intermediate Codec, DNxHD and MPEG-2, H.265 allowing you to convert video to seamlessly fit Final Cut Pro X, iMovie, Avid Media Composer, Premiere Pro CC and more. Just download the program and follow the steps below to learn how to transcode H.265 to H.264 so that you can make engaging movies in DaVinci Resolve with Fujifilm GFX 100S 4K H.265 .mov files.
Download the Fujifilm GFX 100S to DaVinci Resolve Converter:
How to convert Fujifilm GFX 100S H.265 to H.264 for DaVinci Resolve?
Step 1. Load H.265 MOV files
Launch the best H.265 to DaVinci Resolve Converter on your PC and then load source Fujifilm GFX 100S files that you’ve transferred to your Hard Drive to the program by click Add File button. You can also drag and drop your MOV files into it.
Step 2. Set the H.264 as the output format
Click on the “Format” > “4K” and you will see options to convert your .mov video for certain video editing software. Since you will be importing the video to DaVinci Resolve after the conversion, have “4K MP4 Video (*.mp4)” be your selected output format. You can also choose DNxHD MOV or Apple ProRes MOV as the output format. Set bitrate and frame rate if necessary by clicking “Settings” button.
Step 3. Start the Fujifilm GFX 100S video conversion
Finally, click the “Convert” button to begin the H.265 to H.264 conversion process. Wait for a while and the video converter will do the trick. You will soon have your Fujifilm GFX 100S video into a format that’s recognizable and editable by DaVinci Resolve 17/16/15 – the H.264.
Open DaVinci Resolve. To import your convert video files, head to the menu bar and click on File > Import, then “Files”. A small window will appear and allow you to browse through files in your PC to locate and import your video. You also have an option to drag-and-drop your file to the left pane of the DaVinci Resolve window. Once your video is imported successfully, you can do all you want with Fujifilm GFX 100S 4K H.265 video in DaVinci Resolve.
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