Monday, February 20, 2017

Working Canon T7i/800D MP4 files in Sony Vegas Pro

A host of improvements, including a new graphical interface to help beginners, should see the EOS Rebel T7i/800D quickly become a firm favourite with new users looking for a well-spec'd and easy to use DSLR. The point here, you will find it a painful experience to import MP4 video files from Canon T7i/800D to Sony Vegas Pro for editing. Fortunately, there is an easy way to fix this. Find it out here.

As you know, Canon T7i can shoot movies at up to Full HD (1,920 x 1,080-pixel) resolution with a maximum frame rate of 60 fps. In addition, it can record HDR and time-lapse movies at Full HD resolution with a fixed 30 fps frame rate. Movies are recorded using MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 compression with a variable bit-rate, an MP4 container and AAC stereo audio. 

While, this MP4 video format came from T7i is a Full HD format that is highly compressed, and it can't be imported and edited in Sony Vegas Pro easily. So, the H.264 MP4 compression format should be transcoded into a format better suited for editing with Vegas Pro, and MOV is. Along with some help from a suitable third-party software, you can achieve your goal in the simplest way. 

Dimo Video Converter Ultimate is the right tool you need. By running it, there is no need to set the codec yourself, the program provides optimized presets for Sony Vegas Pro. With it, you can encode any video like MOV/MP4/MXF/MTS/XAVC from Canon/Sony/Nikon/Panasonic to a fully compatible format without quality loss to seamlessly fit Vegas Pro 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, etc. 

In addition, you can also re-encode Canon T7i/800D MP4 to a more "edit" friendly codec for smoothly importing and editing in various non-linear editing systems (NLE), including Sony Movie Studio PlatinumAdobe Premiere ProAvid Media ComposerWindows Movie MakerGoPro Studio, Pinnacle Studio and more. And the bulit-in editor can help you edit MP4 video from T7i by trimming, cropping, adding effects/watermark, etc. before conversion. So, what does the workflow look like? 

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Fluid Workflow: Importing Canon T7i/800D MP4 files into Sony Vegas Pro 

Step 1. Run the best MP4 converter; click "Add File" icon to load your source videos. 

Step 2. Click "Select Format" bar and choose "Format > Editor > Sony Vegas" as output format on the drop-down menu. Besides, you can also choose WMV, MPEG-2 or AVI from "Format > Video" and WMV is relatively smaller. The mac version will offer more preset profiles for mac editors.

Tip – (Optional) You can click "Settings" button to adjust the resolution, bitrate, etc. Just customize the parameters to meet your need. 

Step 3. Finally, click "Start" button and your Canon T7i/800D files will be converted into MOV files ready to be imported into Sony Vegas Pro 13/12/11. You're done. 

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