Import and Edit DJI Inspire 4K in Corel VideoStudio
Q: I have Corel Video Studio 10 installed and tried to edit and render my 4K files to DVD. I did not realise that I would need i7 processor to do this. My laptop is only i3, but I thought there may be a way the 4k files could be converted to another format. After spending over 8 hours over two remote sessions with the tech people from Corel, they have not been able to provide any answer. Can anyone help please.
Shot 4K videos with DJI Inspire but failed to import DJI Inspire 4K files to Corel VideoStudio for editing? Read this article to get some clues and quickly fix the issue.
Although the relatively new versions of Corel VideoStudio (VideoStudio Ultimate X10, VideoStudio Pro X10, VideoStudio Pro X9, VideoStudio Pro X8...) add 4K support, if your computer is not power enough, you still can't handle 4K files. What you can do is to compress the 4K files and convert DJI Inspire 4K files to a more edit-friendly format for Corel VideoStudio.
Some guys downloaded the Handbrake software, but this only has 2 options to convert, and both failed. Here we strongly recommend Brorsoft Video Converter to convert your DJI Inspire 4K footage. It is surely in the support of compressing DJI Inspire 4K videos to 1080p faultlessly. What's more, this video app can help you to convert Inspire 4K MP4/MOV footage to Corel VideoStudio compatible format like MPEG-2 with the best quality. Besides Corel VideoStudio, this 4K video converter provides the optimal presets like DNxHD for Avid Media Composer, MPEG-2 for Adobe Premiere Pro/VEGAS Pro, WMV for Windows Movie Maker and more. Download it and learn the step-by-step tutorial.
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Transcode DJI Inspire 4K to Corel VideoStudio Friendly Format
Step 1. Load DJI Inspire 4K Video
Launch the 4K video converter, click "Add Video" and load your 4K files from DJI Inspire.
Step 2. Decide Output Format
Click the "Format" drop down list to select MPEG-2, WMV or DivX format from "Common Video" as you want.
Step 3. Downsize original 4K resolution at 1080p
Click "Settings" button; you can adjust video and audio settings, including codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel. To down-convert ultra HD 4K to 1080p, do remember adjusting video size to 1920*1080. That is the exact 1080p.
Step 4. Start conversion
Hit "Convert" button to let the DJI Inspire 4K to Corel VideoStudio conversion begin. When the conversion finished, check the generated video, you will certainly be satisfied with its final video quality. It would be much easier for you to playback and edit with Corel VideoStudio.