A .mkv file is a Matroska video/audio multimedia file. Matroska is not a video codec as it is often thought to be, but a container like MOV and AVI, or an envelope that can hold many different codecs at the same time. If you’ve got some MKV files, how to make a smooth postproduction? Here’s how you can import MKV videos to Davinci Resolve flawlessly. If you just have the intention to edit MKV files in Davinci Resolve, read on for details.
Currently, MKV lacks of compatibility with the Davinci Resolve program. To bring (4K) MKV to Davinci Resolve for editing, the easy workaround is to transcode MKV to Davinci Resolve editing-friendly formats. The following page will show you how to convert MKV to DNxHD for Davinci in details. Continue reading “Importing MKV Videos to Davinci Resolve(macOS Sierra)”
I’m trying to import some .mkv files to Avid Media Composer for editing, but Avid doesn’t support MKV format. I heard of AMA plugin, but it seems that AMA link can’t help me out at all. AMA plugins are designed by camera operators to work with their footage natively. Anything else, in general, it must work with QuickTime. I think I’ll have to figure out how to convert MKV file(s) into QuickTime movies then AMA them or just transcode MKV to Avid Media Composer natively supported format like DNxHD.
To encode MKV to Avid DNxHD, a professional video conversion software is required indeed. Here I applied Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac, which is a powerful MKV to Avid MC converter which can fast convert MKV to DNxHD .mov with high quality. It supports batch conversion and setting relative output parameters before starting to convert .mkv to Avid Media Composer. It not only can finish conversion between MKV and Avid DNxHD, but also include MKV to ProRes, MKV to MPEG-2, MKV to Apple InterMediate Codec and so on. For Windows users, please get Video Converter. Continue reading “Can’t Import/AMA Link MKV to Avid Media Composer – Solution”