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Convert H.265/HEVC to Pinnacle Studio editable formatMPG, WMV

Couldn't figure out a way to work with H.265/HEVC files in Pinnacle Studio? Don’t worry! This article is written for you to especially introduce you a best H.265 encoder/decoder to handle your H.265 movies well in Pinnacle Studio.

H.265 was originally developed as the ‘HEVC’ (High Efficiency Video Coding) format jointly by the Video Coding Experts Group (VCEG) and the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG). It was approved as the official successor to H.264 in April 2013. Like H.264, the codec must be licenced with hardware manufacturers and software developers paying a fee.

Many users who use some latest H.265 cameras like Samsung NX1/NX500 would complain that "My attempts at importing H.265 videos to Pinnacle Studio fail during processing." Does Pinnacle Studio have H.265 codec support? No! Currently, Pinnacle Studio do not support HEVC/H.265 codec. To edit H.265 videos with Pinnacle Studio, you'll need to convert H.265 to a more editing-friendly format, such a Pinnacle's avi, mpg or wmv.

In any case, you will need a smart program that allows you to convert H.265 to Pinnacle Studio directly without having to worry about codec compatibility.

Brorsoft Video Converter is such a program that available for your choice. With it, you can convert HEVC/H.265 to Pinnacle Studio and many other programs like Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere Pro and more. What's more, all these will be done in three simple steps. No extra codec is needed. This HEVC/H.265 to Pinnacle converter will do all for you. Download the program and read on to see how it works.

Download HEVC/H.265 to Pinnacle Studio converter:

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How to Convert HEVC/H.265 to Pinnacle Studio editable format

Step 1: Add HEVC/H.265 files

After downloading, install and launch the HEVC/H.265 4K movie files to Pinnacle Studio Converter; click "Add Video" and load your video files into it.

Tip: This program supports batch conversion to automatically convert multiple HEVC/H.265 files one by one. And it also supports joining several HEVC/H.265 videos into a single one.

Step 2: Determine output format

Click "Format" bar to choose "HD Video" -> "AVI HD Video (*.avi)" as output, which seems to be the best one due to the great video quality but small size. Of course, MPG, WMV are also the proper formats for Pinnacle.

Step 3: Specify the Settings

To get the best video quality and sound effect, you are allowed to easily adjust video/audio parameters such as bitrate, sample rate, frame rate, codec, channels, etc after clicking on "Settings".

Tip: Meanwhile, you could edit HEVC/H.265 videos by using some editing functions of this professional video converter, like cropping, trimming, watermarking, subtitles and more.

Step 4: Start conversion

Click the Convert button to start the HEVC/H.265 to AVI conversion. Open Pinnacle Studio on your PC and click on the Capture tab. Choose File > Import to import the converted HEVC/H.265 4k files to Pinnacle studio for native editing perfectly.

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