Why can’t I import my files from QuickTime to Avid Media Composer so natively? Could you explain something to me?
Frankly speaking, in some ways, QuickTime and Avid Media Composer have the common supported video codec, DNxHD .mov. While for incompatible one, some troubles you may -on your screen, let’s see the example which shows the questions between QuickTime and Avid.
‘The problem I am having is that any time I try to bring in any type of Quicktime file into my timeline, it imports the audio but the video is just blackness. There is a video aspect that appears on the timeline, so it's not like it's only importing audio...in a way. There is video along with it, it is just nothing but black. This goes for .mov, .mp4, and any other Quicktime file type.’
In a word, the easiest and effective method of importing files from QuickTime to Avid is converting the original videos to DNxHD .mov for Avid. Searched online, you may find Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac can handle this job well. With only one screen shot, I’m sure you can learn the main conversion steps well. Additionally, for other incompatible video formats to Avid MC, such as the MXF in Avid, XAVC files in Avid, AVCHD MTS to Avid, etc, you can all take a reference.
Here we can also take the introduction of some main conversion steps from above. Download and install the program according to its instructions, ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’ can help you load your files successfully. On the output list, just find the item’ Avid Media Composer’>>’DNxHD mov’ for the best one. For the next step, why not get the ‘Settings’ to adjust your video size, bitrates, frame rate or something else on your own?
Finally, ‘Convert’ on the main interface is waiting for you to end your preparation work. If you are the first time to work woth Avid, why not take the following transferring article to learn more? With this multiple functional video converter, we can easily move files from QuickTime to Avid MC. Yu won't miss it!
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