Thursday, December 10, 2015

Import and Edit Parrot Bebop Drone with Avid

Summary: This article keep eyes on the solution to edit the parrot bebop drone video in Avid, if you just have the issue of import and edit this video in Avid, you have come to the right place. 

You’ve graduated from your cheap beginner drone, and you want to try something new. Something that can shoot beautiful video from the sky—but doesn’t cost $1,000+ like a camera-equipped DJI Phantom. You spend the $500 Parrot Bebop Drone, and pull the trigger. It’s kind of fun, you think, between strings of obscenities.

Perhaps you have know some detail of the Parrot Bebop Drone. It can capture video at 1080p full-HD resolution; the AR.Drone 2.0 is limited to 720p. Video is recorded to the Bebop's 8GB of internal storage (there's no microSD or SD card slot) in MP4 format. The reason why you are failed to import or cannot edit parrot bebop drone video in Avid smoothly is that the mp4 format is not a friendly editing format but a container format. For Avid, the best compatible format is DNxHD, if you want to edit the Parrot Bebop Drone video in Avid smoothly, you just need to change the original video format into DNxHD.

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Pavtube Video Converter for Mac(read the review) are highly recommended here, which helps to output Avid native editable DNxHD codec from Parrot Bebop Drone for further professional editing on Mac.By the way, if your are a one hundred percent Windows user, please turn to Pavtube Video Converter. It has the same ability as Mac version. 

          

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Step by step to convert Parrot Bebop Drone to Avid Media Composer DNxHD on Mac

Step 1: Add Parrot Bebop Drone files to the program.

Click "Add Video" button or "Add from folder" button to import the Parrot Bebop Drone files to the application.



Tips: Before inputting files to the program, you will first need to transfer the Parrot Bebop Drone files to your local hard drive. You can connect the camera with the memory card inside to your computer via a USB cable, then turn your memory card on to locate and transfer the files to your computer hard drive.

Step 2: Select Avid DNxHD as output file format.

From the "Format" bar drop-down list, select "Avid Media Composer">"Avid DNxHD(*mov)" as the desired format for editing in Avid Media Composer.



Step 3: Customize output profile parameters.

Hit "Settings" on the main interface to open "Profile Settings" window, here you can adjust otuput video codec, size, frame rate, bit rate and audio codec, sample rate, bit rate and channels according to your own preference and needs.



Step 4: Transcode Parrot Bebop Drone files to Avid DNxHD.

When all the setting is completed, hit the right-bottom convert button to start Parrot Bebop Drone files to Avid Media Composer DNxHD conversion.

When the conversion completes, find the output folder with converted files by clicking the "Open" icon on the main interface, then feel free to do the post work-flows with Avid Media Composer.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi there! I've read many posts about drone, and I can tell that yours is very valuable.  The Parrot AR Drone 2.0 is among the very best quadcopters ever produced by the Parrot Company and an improvement of the earlier version, Parrot 1.0. Not much was improved in the design, but a lot was improved in its performance. See more http://mydronelab.com/reviews/parrot-ar-drone-2-0.html

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