4K resolution, also called 4K, provided consumers with higher image definition quality, more detailed picture, better fast-action and larger projection surface visibility. But the problem is how to deal with the 4K MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC videos on Mac. Due the 4K MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC videos doesn't have good compatibility with most devices, it is difficult to get the 4K videos played/edited/streamed/shares on Mac. You need a best Mac 4K video converter to convert your 4K MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC videos into more compatible formats on Mac.
There are too many Mac video converters in the market, but few has 4K encoder or decoder, you may be difficult to choose one for you.
Now the best one iFastime Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is introduced to help you to transcode and compress 4K MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC video files to other formats of AVI, H.264, H.265, MPEG, MP4, MOV, WMV, FLV, DivX in 4K as well as in HD. This 4K video converter for Mac also enables you to encode 4K video clips to iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) and other mobiles and tablets like HTC, Samsung Galaxy Note 4/Galaxy S6/S7/Edge, etc. Convert 4K videos into Mac editing software, media servers, and online websites can also be realized by using this software. What's more, it provides simple but powerful functions such as crop, trim, merge, watermark, effects, add subtitles and many more.
As this is may be the first time you get access to this video converter, the specific steps are listed bellow to help you successfully convert 4K MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC videos on Mac.
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Step 1. Add 4K videos
Click button "File> Add Video/Audio" to load your to-be-converted 4K video on Mac.
Step 2. Choose output video format or device
Choose an output video format or device. Click the drop-down menu besides format and choose your satisfied format and device.
1. Play 4K MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC videos on TV
If you are an Apple TV user, choose the right format for you. For other TVs, you should choose "TVS" catalog, and choose specialized formats for Samsung TV, LG TV, Sony TV, Panasonic TV for watching 4K videos on TV.
2. Play 4K MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC videos on iOS mobile device
Custimized format for iPad, iPod, iPhone are also provided. Choose the format depending on device type.
3. Play 4K MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC videos on Samsung mobile device
Choose Samsung Galaxy Note/Tab best video fromats from "Samsung".
4. Convert 4K MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC videos for editing on Mac
Choose the Apple ProRes for editing 4K in FCP, AIC for iMovie, or DNxHD for Avid Media Composer.
Step 3. Adjust output video parameter
Click "Settings" then the Profile Settings menu popup, adjust the bitrate, frame rate, size,etc according to your device support. You can keep video size as original if you need high quality on 4K devices meanwhile have a storage device with large occupation. Or down-convert 4K to size like 1080p or 720P for smoothly operation on other devices.
Step 4. Start converson
Press "start conversion" to start your 4K MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC video conversion. The conversion will be done in a short time, you can easily make good use of your converted 4k MXF/MOV/MP4/XAVC video on Mac for playing on iPhone/iPad/Galaxy, editing in FCP/iMovie/Premiere Pro/Avid Media Composer, sharing on YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook, streaming to Roku 4, PS4, Xbox, etc.
Here are five best 4K videos on YouTube
1. South China Sea – 4K, 93 Min Single Take by Toby Smith
Simultaneously the most fantastic and dullest use of 4K we've ever seen. The title of this is very much "what it says on the tin"- this is a little over an hour and a half of the becalmed South China Sea. No boats, no peril, no action, just gentle rolling waves as the scene gradually darkens and the clouds gently tinge with the first hues of sunset. Yes, we've watched it till the end. No, the boss isn't happy about that.
It won't surprise you to learn that there's a face-bursting number of timelapse videos available in 4K on YouTube. Partly this is down to technical reasons: all still cameras (which are typically used to capture timelapses) shoot much bigger resolutions than 4K, so it's relatively affordable to capture 4K footage.
Secondly, everyone loves a timelapse. You won't find them much more technically accomplished than this spellbinding four and a half minutes of sped-up action, from which we've lifted no small number of North American locations for our must-visit bucket list.
There are two reasons to watch this ace, GoPro-sponsored 4K video. First, it's full of amazing, ultra-HD footage of some truly amazing bits of exotic machinery. Second, 35 seconds in, one of the heavily-modded cars has a freakin' chandelier installed in the ceiling. A chandelier!
A mixture of amazing drone, time-lapse and body-mounted footage, this video features cars with more coloured LEDs than a Vegas Christmas tree, and is all the better for it.
The working title for this piece was "umpteen million timelapse videos", but we scrapped it because "umpteen"'s not a word and timelapses, viewed one after the other, get pretty dull. EXCEPT THIS ONE. This one's brilliant; a six minute montage of timelapses shot by an actual astronaut during his spare time on a six-month mission on the International Space Station.
Any idiot can shoot an aurora timelapse (not really but you get what we're saying): it takes a really dedicated timelaps-er to get a decent sequence of one from 400km above Earth.
Filming timelapses from space looks pretty tricky, filming in 4K underwater looks just as hard, if not harder given that as soon as you go a few feet beneath the surface you start to need some pretty powerful lights to cut through the murk. This demo reel is the result of no small amount of technical expertise, creative endeavour and, we suspect, patience, and there's some spectacular footage.
Our inner-nerd deeply appreciates the shot list (complete with Latin names!) included in the video description, while our inner-child giggles at the clown fish (Amphiprion clarkii). A must watch for divers and Pixar fans alike.
Treat yourself to watching 4K in all of the detail it deserves to be seen in.
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