GoPro Hero4 is the latest camera released from GoPro, inc. this is the most advanced GoPro camera yet, it has two versions, one is GoPro Hero 4 black and another is GoPro Hero 4 silver, the black version is better than the silver version. GoPro Hero 4 black version can record videos in 4K30, 2.7K60 and 1080p120, and it has equipped with 2x more powerful processor, which can offer 2x faster video frame rates. Besides it can capture high quality 12MP photos at speeds up to 30 fps, and the built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth will help you to transfer and share the recordings conveniently.
The GoPro 4K videos in MPEG-4 and outputs its files as .MP4 files (the container). The 4K MP4 files are compressed using the h.264 codec. So the 4K MP4 files you are getting out of GoPro Hero4 are suited to be delivered as is, which is usually not ideal for editing. Therefore you will encounter problems when ingesting GoPro Hero4 4K MP4 files to Windows Movie Maker, either stretched and distorted or requires constant rendering. To make GoPro Hero4 4K video files compatible with Movie Maker, the easy workaround is to convert GoPro Hero4 4K MP4 to Movie Maker supported format .
To convert GoPro Hero4 4K MP4 files to Movie Maker supported format, you can try UFUWare HD Video Converter. With which you can not only rewrap and transcode GoPro (4K) MP4 to WMV for Windows Movie Maker, but also convert GoPro 4K MP4 to Apple ProRes Codec for Final Cut Pro, AIC Codec for iMovie and Final Cut Express, MPEG-2 Codec for Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas, etc. Just get the professional GoPro Hero4 4K Video to Movie Maker Converter and follow the tutorial to convert GoPro 4K videos for editing in Windows Movie Maker smoothly.
Convert GoPro Hero4 4K MP4 files to WMV for Movie Maker editing
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Step 1. Add GoPro Hero4 4K MP4 video files
Install and launch the GoPro Hero4 to Movie Maker Converter, and click "Add File" button to load the 4K MP4 files from your GoPro Hero4 camera.
Step 2. Select WMV as output format
Click on the "Profile" and you will see options to convert your GoPro Hero4 4K MP4 video for certain video editing software. Since you will be importing the video to Windows Movie Maker after the conversion, select "Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > WMV(VC-1) Video(*.wmv)" as output format from the drop-down menu list.
Tip: If necessary, click "Settings" button and enter "Profile Settings" panel to customize video and audio parameters like bit rate,frame rate,resolution,sample rate,and audio channels according to your needs and optimize the output file quality.
Step 4. Convert GoPro Hero4 4K MP4 to WMV for Movie Maker
When settings are done, click the "Convert" button, and the GoPro Hero4 4K MP4 to WMV Converter will convert Gopro Hero4 4K MP4 videos to WMV with best video and audio quality on Windows PC.
After the GoPro Hero4 4K MP4 to WMV conversion, you can click "Open Folder" button to get the generated .wmv files, then import the converted GoPro 4K MP4 files to Movie Maker for native editing on Windows 10/8.1/7/XP.
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