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Import 4K to DaVinci Resolve for edtiing

4K resolution, also called 4K, refers to a display device or content having horizontal resolution on the order of 4,000 pixels. 4K resolution would give better and wider viewing of a frame, with much more crisp result than 1080p. 4K footage looks amazing but if you don’t know how to work with them your computer may freeze when working with them in NLE systems like DaVinci Resolve.



Maybe you have some ways to handle it, but you have to learn the easiest way on how to convert 4K footage so you can use them in Resolve more easily and smoothly. In the following guide we show you how to transcode 4K (MP4/AVI/H.265/MAXF/MTS/MOV) files to a friendly format for use in DaVinci Resolve without bogging down your computer. The process is surprisingly easy and can be done using Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac.

This powerful 4K to DaVinci Resolve converter can convert 4K (AVI/H.265/MAXF/MTS/MOV) etc to DaVinci Resolve supported formats for nice editing. Besides, it also convert any 4K videos to other NLEs like FCP, Premiere Pro, FCE, Avid Media Composer, After effect etc editable formats. Now follow me to free download the best 4K video converter and learn how to use it to convert 4K video to DaVinci Resolve supported formats on Mac/PC. 


Guide on How to make 4K video reable by Davinci Resolve

Step 1: Load source 4K videos

Launch the Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate for Mac, and you may either click “Add video” button to import 4K files, or directly drag and drop the files into this program. If you’d like to combine multiple 4K files to be a single file, you can tick the checkbox “Merge into one file”.

Step 2: Select Resolve 9/10/11/12 readable format

Click the “Format” to select output format. Choose “Avid Media Compose > Avid DNxHD(*.mov)” as the output format.  

Step 3: Converting 4K video files to Davinci Resolve

After all the necessary setting have been done, click the “Start conversion” button at the bottom right corner to start transcoding 4K to DNxHD .mov. Finally, launch Davinci Resolve and transfer the video files to Davinci Resolve for easy editing.