Editing HD/4K Videos in Grass Valley EDIUS Pro 7/8

John Salley

Aug 14, 2015 10:16 am / Posted by John Salley

Edius Pro 7/8 will offer a 4K workflow and 3D, HD, SD, and almost any format from 24×24 to 4Kx2K, all on the same timeline, even in nested sequences, all in real-time. Both of them are perfect for broadcast news, newsmagazine content, and studio programs, as well as corporate, documentary, and 4K theatrical productions. In this guide, if you have 4K/HD Videos and want to import them to Edius Pro 7/8. It’s could be implemented, Now, let’s have a look.


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Is there any way to solve 4K/HD Video file stuttering/shaking problems with EDIUS 7/8? Searching the web, you may find some hints. In order to import 4K/HD VIdeos to EDIUS Pro 7/8 smoothly, you’ll need to convert 4K/HD to a format that is suited for editing in EDIUS Pro 7/8, like MPEG-2, WMV, DNxHD and more. 

Here, Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate (Read the review) is highly recommended. This is the Top HD/4K Video Converter and editor which could be functional in all HD/4K videos to Edius Pro 7/8 conversion. Plus, with the built-in video editing feature of the program, you can trim, crop, add watermark and more to your video files. As an H.265/HEVC decoder, it can also supporting H.265/HEVC codec and transcoding H.265/HEVC codec to Edius Pro 7/8 supported format for playback on Windows 10. 

What’s more? It is also able to deal with other common videos from camcorder or internet including MXF, MTS, MKV, MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV .etc. It also offers the optimal profiles for Avid Media Composer, FCP, iMovie and more. For Mac users, turn to iMedia Converter for Mac. Download the program to start the 4K/HD Videos to Grass Valley EDIUS Pro 7/8 MPEG conversion task. 


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- Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-video-converter-ultimate/ 
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How to Convert 4K/HD Video files to MPEG for EDIUS Pro 7/8? 

Step 1. Add 4K/HD videos 

Install and run the best 4K/HD to EDIUS Converter and transfer your 4K/HD recordings to the program. Batch conversion is supported. 


Step 2: Define output file format. 

Click “Format” bar, from its drop-down option, select Edius Pro 7/8 compatible formats as the final output format. For example, you can select to output “Common Video” > “MPEG-4 Movie (*.mp4)”. 


To transcode or rewrap the video files that you are going to edit with Edius Pro 7/8 into one single file format or codec that can be easily recognized by Edius Pro 7/8 as below: 

Video format: 3GPP, AVCHD, AVC-Intra (4K 444/4K 422/4K-LT/200/100/50), AVC LongG, AVI, DIF stream, DVCPRO(DVCPRO HD/50/25), Flash Video, MPEG HHD MOVIE, MPEG Program Stream, MPEG Transport Stream, MPEG Video Stream, MPEG File, MXF, P2 Clip File, QuickTime Movie, RED File, SONY HVR-DR60/HVR-MRC1 Meta File, Transport Stream (MPEG2, H.264), Windows Media*1, XAVC, XAVC-S, XDCAM, XDCAM EX, XF Clip File. 

Audio format: AAC Files, AIFF Files, Dobly Digital (AC-3), Dobly Digital (AC-3) (for professional), MPEG Audio Layer-3, MPEG Audio Stream, Ogg Vorbis Files, Wave Files, Windows Media Audio. 

Step 3: Change output profile parameters. 

Press “Settings” button on the main interface to open “Profile Settings” window, here you can adjust output video codec, size, bitrate, frame rate and audio codec, sample rate, bit rate and channels. 


Step 4: Convert 4K/HD Video to Edius Pro 7/8. 

After you have finished all the settings, hit right-bottom “Convert” button to start 4K/HD Videos to Edius Pro 7/8 conversion process. 

When the conversion is done, click “Open output folder” to locate and find your converted files. The feel free to do your further professional video editing with Edius Pro 7/8. Now, you may have no issues about 4K and HD videos to Edius Pro 7/8. 

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