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GoPro MP4 to YouTube Converter-Upload and Import GoPro to Youtube with a FLV/AVI video format

February 25 2014 , Written by lauralily10 Published on #gopro to youtube, #gopro video editor, #gopro video won’t upload to youtube, #long gopro video to youtube, #mp4 to avi for gopro and youtube, #MP4 videos from gopro to youtube flv, #sharing mp4 video clips from gopro upload to youtube movies, #trim gopro video for youtube, #uploading gopro to youtube

Summary: The easy workaround to upload GoPro HD (Hero2, Hero3, Hero4) footage to YouTube is to convert and split GoPro MP4 to YouTube compatible video. Here is how.

I just got my GoPro Hero3+ Silver Edition. I love it so far but having a hard time uploading GoPro to YouTube. I have uploaded many videos to YouTube but not the GoPro yet. YouTube's server keeps rejecting GoPro file. Got more details of the GoPro recorded videos and I got know the GoPro recordings are in H.264 MP4 format in 1080p @ 60fps. Searching from Google and got some recommended solutions. Below is the test of these ways.

Possible ways to upload GoPro MP4 video YouTube:

Solution 1: Try the GoPro CineForm studio

I have tried to use the Raw file it produces in MP4 then an edited one with the software from GoPro. No Luck.

Solution 2: Change the name of GoPro MP4 files

I tried changing the name of the GoPro file before uploading it from my computer. This time try uploading from Chrome, but still failed.

Solution 3: Convert GoPro video to YouTube

Here Brorsoft Video Converter is a highly recommended tool. With this GoPro to YouTube video converter, resolve two basic issues: Convert GoPro Hero 3 MP4 video to regular .AVI file compatible for YouTube; divide GoPro Hero 3 files into shorter 15 min sections( YouTube has a 15 min limit in usual.) And then upload the formatted videos to YouTune form computer. It worked. If you are working on Mac, please get Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac. Now I share the step-by-step solution converting/uploading GoPro MP4 to YouTube.

P.S. Before uploading GoPro video to YouTube for sharing with more guys, you can edit GoPro files with Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, iMoive on Mac, or import GoPro MP4 to Pinnacle Studio, Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas for editing on Windows to get your video to the next level.

Step 1. Import GoPro Hero MP4 files

Copy the GoPro files to your hard drive. Drag & drop video files MP4 to the GoPro Video Converter after launching it. Or click the Add video button to locate the files you want to add.


Step 2. Select output format

Click Format bar to select an output format. To share your GoPro movies on YouTube, .avi, .3gp, .flv format from Common Video are all the proper formats. You can also press the Settings button to adjust the video size, bitrate, frame rate, audio sample rate, etc to optimize the quality.


Step 3. Edit/Split GoPro movie

Click Edit button and you can trim, crop or adjust the video with the built-in video editor to get the very part and effect of the movie you want.

Tip: If the video clips you’ve trimmed are still longer than 15 minutes, you can choose to split the long GoPro video into smaller parts so as to share on YouTube without limit. Click the Split icon in the main interface, and you can cut your files according to time length and file size.

Step 4. Start the conversion

Click “Convert” button to start encoding Gopro HD MP4 video to AVI for uploading to YouTube. After the conversion, click “Open” button to get the exported files and then upload the converted GoPro MP4 files into YouTube for sharing with your friends, families, and fans.

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DVD ISO convert to Dell Windows 8-How do you Put DVDs on to Dell Venue 11 Pro

February 18 2014 , Written by lauralily10 Published on #ripping dvd on mac to Dell Venue 11 Pro, #play on Dell Venue 11 Pro

Summary: This tutorial shows you an easy way to get your movies off of your DVD discs and onto your Dell Venue 11 Pro Windows 8 tablet for playback with ease.

The Dell Venue 11 Pro has a great 1080p screen that just begs for some quality video to show off. But what is the best way for you to transfer your favorite DVD movies to Venue 11 Pro? Since Dell Venue tablet doesn't have a built-in DVD drive for playing DVD movies. To get your favorite DVD movies into Dell Venue 11 Pro for amusement, you need to convert DVD to Dell Venue 11 Pro supported video format first and then transfer the result videos to the Windows 8.1 tablet.

To get the work done, you need to get some help from third-party software. There are many programs out there that allow you to make copies of your DVDs and let you watch them the way you want to view them. The best program I can recommend for ripping DVDs to Venue 11 Pro is Brorsoft DVD Ripper (available for Windows or for Mac users). It is easy to use for editing and conversion and makes great quality copies of my DVDs.

The program takes everything from the DVD, including the chapters, extras, and subtitles. With it, you can bypass the digital protection and convert DVD to any format you want (without losing the quality of your DVD). The audio/video synchronization is very good, the size of the subtitles too. And the conversion speed is faster than most similar apps on market. Download it now and start the DVD to Dell Venue 11 Pro conversion task.

How to Rip DVD for playing on Dell Venue 11 Pro

Step 1 -> Insert your DVD disc into your DVD drive, and then Launch the DVD Ripper for Dell Venue 11 Pro; click the "Disc" button on the interface to navigate to the DVD movies you want to convert.

Step 2 -> Click "Format" bar, you can easily find the optimized videos for Venue 11 Pro under Windows > Dell Venue Pro H.264(*.mp4). The output videos could fit on your Dell Venue 11 Pro perfectly.

Step 3 -> You can also click "Settings" to change the video encoder, frame rate, resolution, etc. Remember the file size and video quality is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss. According to my experience, for watching movies on Dell Venue 11 Pro, 720p with 1500kbps~2000kbps (depending on the movie length) is just all right.

Step 4 -> When everything is OK, just press the "Convert" button to start ripping DVD to MP4 for Dell Venue 11 Pro. It will not take much time. Just wait for the conversion process to get done.

After the conversion, connect your Windows 8 tablet to PC and transfer DVD videos to Venue 11 Pro for smooth playback on the go.

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Videos taken from Sony PMW-EX1 camera does not play in Avid Media Composer/Avid MC

February 12 2014 , Written by lauralily10 Published on #sony pmw-ex1r to avid workflow, #sony ex1 xdcam files to avid, #editing pmw-ex1r footage on mac, #sony xdcam ex converter, #sony ex1r mp4 converter mac, #import sony ex1 footage to avid

Summary: You may find that Avid Media Composer does not support Sony PWM-EX1 footage. Thus, the Sony XDCAM EX files must first be converted into a supported video file type before Avid MC can import them. Below is the how to.

I'm considering buying a good camcorder and Sony PMW-EX1 seems good. The only concern is the compatibility of Sony PMW-EX1 and Avid Media Composer, the video editing app installed on my iMac. After long time searching online, I get some clues to resolve the incompatibility issues of the Sony XDCAM media with Media Composer. Now I will share some tips and tricks.

Sony PMW-EX1 as the other XDCAM EX camcorders usually record MPEG-2 codec MP4 format video, this codec is not good for editing in Avid Media Composer, and you will encounter importing and codec problems when you try to handle Sony EX1 XDCAM EX videos with Avid. In order to ingest Sony PMW- EX1 MP4 files into Avis MC for editing smoothly, the easy workaround is to transcode Sony PMW-EX1 MP4 footage to DNxHD .mov, which is natively supported by Avid.

Converting Sony PMW-EX1 XDCAM to edit in Avid Media Composer

To get the work done, you can take Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac, which is one of the best Sony XDCAM converter tool for you. The program comes with optimized format for Avid Media Composer, which enable you to transcode Sony EX1 MP4 to DNxHD .mov for using in Media Composer directly without any rendering or codec problems. For converting Sony PMW-EX1 video clips to Avid on Windows, please get Sony XDCAM Video Converter. Download the right version and follow the tutorial below to convert Sony EX1 MP4 files to Avid Media Composer within 3 clicks.

1. Launch the Sony XDCAM EX Converter, you can click "Add Video" button to load source files from PMW-EX1 from camcorder. Or you can eject the full card from the camera, and transfer the BPAV folder from the SxS card to a folder on a hard drive in advance.

2. Click on "Format", and select output format from the drop-down list. Follow "Avid Media Composer" > Avid DHxHD (*.mov)”.

Tip: Adjust the video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video&Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc., by clicking the Settings button on the main interface for getting the best quality.

3. Click the convert button to start transcoding Sony PMW-EX1 MP4 video for Avid Media Composer.

After the process completes, click "Open" button to find the generated videos, and then you can transfer the converted Sony PMW-EX1 files to Avid Media Composer for further editing easily and quickly.

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