How to correct problems with GoPro Hero 7 4K H.265 Files in DaVinci Resolve 16? It seems many people have problems with H.265 files from GoPro Hero 7. I’ve seen playback and crashing issues several times with other customers, as well as experiencing them myself. These files just need to be handled a bit differently than most video files.
Here is a way to correct the issue:
Transcode the GoPro Hero 7 footage to a different codec using a program or app, like Acrok Video Converter Ultimate, HandBrake or Media Encoder. The container can still be MP4, or it can be MOV. I usually render a lossless MOV file, keep the original, and delete the lossless file when I’m done. But that can consume a lot of space very fast. If you’re short on drive space, try using ProRes422 on a Mac, or use DNxHD on Windows.
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Finally, (and this should always be normal practice with DaVinci Resolve) do not drag and drop the files into DaVinci Resolve 16; use the Media Browser to import your files. Most of the time, dragging and dropping files works just fine, but there are times when it doesn’t transfer necessary information with the video file. Media Browser always ensures everything the file needs is included.
Although this is a time-consuming process, transcoding saves me a lot of time and trouble while I’m editing, so I think it evens out.
How to convert GoPro Hero 7 4K H.265 to DaVinci Resolve 16?
Step 1: Add H.265 videos
Install the H.265 to DaVinci Resolve 16 converter program on Mac and run it. Drag the GoPro Hero 7 4K .mp4 files to the software. Or you can also click “Add file” icon on the top of the main interface to import video to the program.
Step 2: Choose DaVinci Resolve 16 compatible format
Go to “Format” bar and choose “4K Video > 4K MOV Video (*.mov)” as output format for editing GoPro Hero 7 H.265 footage in DaVinci Resolve 16.
Step 31: Adjust video, audio settings
Click the “Settings” button and customize proper video/audio parameters including Video size, bitrate and fame rate and mroe. Usually 1920*1080 video size and 30fps video frame rate are recommended for DaVinci Resolve 15, 14 and other lower versions editing. Well, if you prefer to work with 4K video, you can keep the original 4K resolution.
Step 3: Start H.265 MP4 to QuickTime MOV conversion
Click “Convert” to start transcoding GoPro Hero 7 footage to MOV video for DaVinci Resolve on Mac. After conversion, you can play or edit GoPro Hero 7 recordings in DaVinci Resolve 16/15/14 without problem.
Besides converting GoPro Hero 7 4K H.265 videos for editing in DaVinci Resolve, this GoPro Hero Video Converter also supports ripping Blu-ray movies to various video formats like MP4, M4V, MOV, MPG for playing on tablet, smartphone, smart tv and media player software.
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