How To Prepare Source Video Files for Editing (Windows/PC)
So you've shot a bunch of footage on your GoPro or DSLR camera...now what? Since the H.264 file format used in camera is not designed for editing, you should convert your files into the GoPro/CineForm file format. This format was specifically designed for editing and is compatible with most popular non-linear editing applications (iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Premiere, AVID, Vegas, etc.).
Launch GoPro CineForm Studio and Import your camera's source files by using the 'IMPORT NEW FILES" button in the top left-hand corner of the application window.
Select the first clip in the bin to open it in the playback window. If you only wish to convert a portion of your video, use the playback controls and the IN and OUT buttons to trim the beginning and ending of the clip.
Select a File Name and Directory Location for the converted clip.
Optional Step: Use the "ADVANCED SETTINGS" to set the Resolution, Frame Size, File Format and Quality of the converted file...or just leave these at their defaults. Please refer to the GoPro CineForm Studio User Guide for more information about these options.
Click the "ADD CLIP TO CONVERSION LIST" button to send it to the Conversion List Bin.
Add more clips to the Conversion List by repeating steps 2-4 for the remaining clips in your bin. Then click the "CONVERT ALL" button.
You now have new GoPro/CineForm files saved in the folder you specified in the "SAVE TO" location in Step 3. These new files can be imported into most popular non-linear editing applications... or take them into the GoPro CineForm Studio EDIT room to make color and framing adjustments.
Tips: How to Solve Can’t load iPhone videos to GoPro Studio?
“I'm trying to make a video from some gopro videos I have, but I also want to include some videos from my iPhone too. However when I go to import the iPhone videos, the studio doesn't seem to load them properly. The video sound is nothing but a high pitched static noise, and the videos all play really slow, like they're being played at 1 frame a second.
Has anyone had this issue before? This is my first time using the software, is it only able to process actual gopro videos?”
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