The Phantom 2 Vision+ Quadcopter with Gimbal-Stabilized 14MP, 1080p Camera from DJI is based on the same air frame as the Phantom 2 and Phantom 2 Vision. Unlike its siblings, however, it features a 14 MP camera that is stabilized and controlled with an integrated 3-axis gimbal. Gimbal stabilization makes the Phantom 2 Vision+ ideal for shooting aerial footage and photos. The camera can take 14 MP, Adobe DNG RAW photos, and can record video in 1080p Full HD at 30 fps or 720p at 60 fps for creating slow motion effects.
Recently on many editing forums, both Sony Vegas Pro newbies and professionals have come across the same annoying problem when importing DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ recorded H.264 MP4 to Sony Vegas Pro: “I have some MP4 videos that were originally recorded with the H.264 codec. The client wants these DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ videos to be imported to Vegas for editing. Is there an easy way to do this without going through the lengthy process of re-transcoding? There are 3 one-hour videos.”
Though Sony Vegas Pro allows you to import MP4 video, things may sometimes go wrong when working with H.264 codec in it. In fact, H.264 is the ubiquitous codec, and it looks like it will stay for quite some time. Sony Vegas Pro supports H.264 via AMA Link. Well, if you failed on this try, another solution is introduced. From Sony Vegas Pro official website you will learn that MPEG-2 codec is natively supported by Sony Vegas Pro. So the second method is to convert H.264 MP4 to MPEG-2 for Vegas Pro editing with the assistance of Pavtube Video Converter. It has fast conversion speed and high quality preserved.
More details are allowed here for you to take the advice:
Step 1: Download and install the program. Click “Add video” on the main interface to load H.264 MP4 files to the program. You can also drag the files to the program’s window list directly. This program can also support the batch video clips.
Step 2: Select the right formats for editing in Sony Vegas Pro. Here we suggest you to go to the “Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas” list, you will get the “MPEG-2 (*.mpg)”as the best output.
Step 3: Wanna compress your H.264 videos? Well, in the “Settings” button, you can adjust video and audio settings, including codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel.
Step 4: With all the preparations work done? Why not go back to the main interface to click the “Convert” button to get the work started?
Conclusion: Once the conversion is finished, click “Open” to quickly find the converted files. Then, Sony Vegas Pro will recognize, catalog, play and stream them just fine. Good news! Pavtube still have money saving bundles and deals activity provided for you.
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