D750 workflow Resolve 11-Ingest H.264 MOV files from Nikon D750 to Davinci Resolve 11
An easy workflow we can learn here to know how to import the Nikon D750 H.264 MOV to Davinci Resolve 11 for editing.
From pros to newbies, the Nikon D750 offers a little something for everyone. Designed to bridge the gap between the company's entry-level and pro full-frame cameras, it’s an entirely new beast for Nikon: a hybrid DSLR designed with videographers in mind, including a tilting LCD. Stills shooters shouldn't worry, though—this is a fast and reliable camera whose 24.3-megapixel sensor can capture some truly gorgeous shots.
But, sometimes you will find it is a painful experience to import Nikon D750 MOV to DaVinci Resolve for further editing, and you may have encountered problems quoted as below:
“I'm using DaVinci Resolve Lite 9.1.1. When importing .mov files (shot with Nikon D750), I get 2 same second-to-last frames but no last frame at the end. Anyone have any issues with this? How can I load .mov files to Resolve without issue?”
DaVinci Resolve 11 sets a new standard for color grading and digital mastering, and is used on many of the most popular feature films, television shows, commercials, music videos, and documentaries you watch every day. With an incredible range of digital film cameras available, DaVinci Resolve includes more native camera, while MOV to DaVinci Resolve 11 workflow is such a pain to users.
In the following pages, i will show you how to make Nikon D750 MOV videos compatible with DaVinci Resolve 11 natively.
To encode Nikon D750 MOV files for Davinci, Brorsoft Video Converter is highly recommended here. The program is an easy-to-use MOV converter for you, which can help you change MOV into a different format like Avid DNxHD, MPEG-2, WMV with least quality loss. You should then be able to import the new file into Davinci Resolve 11 for smooth editing without any trouble. Besides, with it you may also convert MOV to Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Premiere Elements, Avid Media Composer, Windows Movie Maker, Pinnacle Studio and more NLE programs highly compatible formats for editing. Don't hesitate to install the video converter program now.
Download MOV to Resolve converter:
Guide: How to convert and import Nikon D750 MOV files to DaVinci Resolve
Step 1. After downloading, install and run this MOV Converter for DaVinci Resolve, just copy the MOV files from your camera to your hard drive. Import the files to the software for converting.
Step 2. Hit Format bar to select output format. You can choose Avid Media Composer > Avid DNxHD(*.mov) as output format. It is an ideal editing format for Resolve. Of course, you can also click "Common Video" > "MOV - QuickTime (*.MOV)" as the target format.
Step 3. Finally, hit the big Convert button on bottom of the main windows and the conversion from Nikon D750 H.264 MOV to DaVinci Resolve will begin immediately.
More features of the MOV to DaVinci Resolve converter:
1. Adjust audio and video settings (optional)
The MOV file converter enables users to adjust audio and video settings before start conversion. Click “Settings” button, then you will enter the following interface, on which you are allowed to customize size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel to your required ones.
2. Basic video editing (optional)
This Mac video converter has some simple edit functions like cropping, splitting, adding effects etc. so you can touch up the video with basic video editing functions.
After the conversion is complete, get the resulted files via clicking the Open button and then you can import converted D750 MOV files to DaVinci Resolve 9/10/11/12 for further editing without any hassle.
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