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Subject: Transcode H.265 to ProRes 422/4444/LT/HQ, Proxy
  Turn H.265 to Prores on MacOS High Sierra and Windows (10)

Eager to create ProRes codec? This is a little trick we figured out how to convert H.265/HEVC videos to Apple ProRes for editing in FCP/iMovie, Premiere, etc. on Windows (10) and MacOS High Sierra with the best Apple Prores converter.

H.265 video quality is supposed to be at least as good as H.264 with the advantage of smaller file sizes. Unfortunately, we´re not in a position to pass judgment yet because we can´t get some H.265 files for editing smoothly in Final Cut Pro, iMovie, or Adobe Premiere smoothly on Mac. To make it easy to deal with H.265 files during video editing, it´s better to transcode H.265 to ProRes first, which is a lossy video compression format that developed by Apple Inc., and a appropriate format for smooth editing in Mac.

To transcode H.265 to ProRes easily and quickly, Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac , an easy-to-use yet professional H.265 encoder and decoder is highly recommended. This program features high efficiency and seamless conversion.

With it, you can effortlessly convert H.265 video to ProRes encoded MOV files. In addition, the program can also help you transcode H.265 files to Apple Intermediate Codec, DNxHD, MPEG-2, AVI, WMV, FLV, MP4, etc. for smoothly editing or playback with iMovie, Avid MC, Adobe Premiere, FCP, etc.

Software: https://www.mediadimo.com/video-converter-ultimate-for-mac

Download: https://mediadimo.com/download/mke/index.php?pcode=vcm0

Buy: https://www.mediadimo.com/video-converter-ultimate-for-mac/purchase

Steps: https://videocentral.jimdo.com/h265-to-prores/

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