Fix shaky/noisy/blurry DJI footage
Zero skill required to edit & enhance
Convert & process even 4K, HDR, large videos
Compress 10GB to 1GB. Max quality guaranteed
DJI flagship drones such as Mavic 3 Cine can record videos in HEVC to save space or ProRes to facilitate post-production. However, many video platforms and devices do not support HEVC and ProRes. VideoProc Converter can turn them into more compatible H264 files.
Windy days or speedy flying, esp. for FPV and Mini drones, may cause jitters and shakes in your footage, making it look blurry, choppy, or flickering. While the DJI FLY app cannot fix such issues, you can turn your shaky footage into a smooth video within clicks by VideoProc.
Your aerial video will be cut into separate files once it hits the 4GB limit of DJI. It is easy to arrive 4GB if you shoot in 4K, high fps, hyper-lapse mode, etc. The split clips are inconvenient to view, edit, and share. VideoProc Converter helps your merge videos together in seconds!
Pros: Create smoother camera movements than flying in manual mode.
Cons: Each can only shoot in normal colors instead of D-Log in many situations.
Pros: Record RAW footage, keep more color details, and enable greater flexibility for color grading.
Cons: Incompatible with intelligent modes; you have to fly a drone manually.
As one of the best drone video editing software, VideoProc Vlogger offers a great number of custom features for creators to make cinematic videos at free of cost. With advanced color editor and motion editor tools, it will fullfill your needs in editing drone videos no matter how you record them - manually, in D-Log, or intelligent modes.
Deliver more natural gradations of sky/scenery coloring. Give your DJI video a cinematic look by applying the preset 3D LUTs and color effects directly or adding D-Log to Rec.709 LUT to the software for your D-Log videos. Adjust HSL color values, exposure, contrast, saturation, and the like. Correct low-light videos and remove image noises.
Turn ordinary into extraordinary by the Motion feature in VideoProc Vlogger! Even a beginner can fake camera movements with 28 motion presets, like Pan, Zoom, Tilt, Truck, Push, Pull, etc., change rotation angles and motion paths to let an ordinary video have highlights, ups, and downs through post-production. Even the DJI videos recorded in Normal or D-Log mode can look sporty and dynamic.
Changing speed can give expression to the changes in the storyline, the emotion, and the tempo. Things are made extremely easy now in VideoProc Vlogger. You can make a constant speed change by 1/32 to 32x (more with Time Stretch), or do variable speed changes to clips by 14+ types of Bezier curves. It also helps you make a slow-motion or time-lapse video effortlessly.
DJI drones are not able to record audio. Let VideoProc Vlogger add music and sounds to your drone videos to make the world hear your stories! You can add background sounds like train/boat whistling and whizzing, edit the added audio track, sync your video to the music beats, change voice pitch, and apply sound effects like Echo, Reverb, Low/High Pass, Equalizer, etc.
You will find an incredible number of editing features in VideoProc Vlogger. It is possible for drone piloting and editing beginners to create epic videos efficiently.Check User Guides
No matter what kind of videos you create, VideoProc Vlogger can help you achieve more. Support videos recorded at high resolutions and frame rate.Video Tutorials
One-stop solution to convert, fix, and enhance DJI footage. Transcode, compress and do rough cuts to make videos SNS-friendly.
VideoProc is a primary branch of Digiarty Software that is a leading multimedia software company founded in 2006. It endeavors to provide easier hardware-accelerated video audio editing and conversion solutions. The installed base of the VideoProc product has reached 4.6 million units from 180 countries since its release 5 years ago.
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