How to Use Movavi’s 4K Video Editor
Ultra HD resolution, also known as 4K, is becoming increasingly popular in the video production world. Videos in 4K have a resolution four times higher than Full HD videos, which results in very sharp and detailed images. More and more people are buying 4K TVs to watch their favorite shows at the best possible quality.
If you want to edit Ultra HD videos on your computer and save them for viewing on a 4K TV, you’ll need good quality 4K video editing software. We recommend Movavi Video Editor! It’s a multifunctional tool that’s easy and fun to work with, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced video creator. Learn how to edit 4K videos when you download a free trial version of our program and read the instructions below.
Note that Movavi Video Editor does not support H.265 (HEVC) files.
Install Movavi Video Editor
After you’ve downloaded the program file, double-click on it and follow the installation instructions.
Upload Your Files
Click Add Files and import the 4K video you want to edit. The video will be added to the Timeline in the lower part of the program window.
Export the Result
To save your video in ultra-high definition, click the Export button. In the Save Video File tab, choose the video format that suits you best. Then click the Advanced button, open the Resolution drop-down list and select 3840 × 2160 or 4096 × 2160.
If you want to export your video for viewing on a particular 4K TV, open the Save for TVs tab and choose the required preset at the bottom of the list: Samsung 4K, Sony 4K, or any other 4K TV.
When you’ve chosen the format, hit Start to save your video. With Movavi Video Editor, HD video production has never been so easy!
Movavi Video Editor
Your next step in video-making
- Edit video clips, images, and audio on a timeline
- Add transitions, filters, titles, and stickers
- Animate objects using keyframes, use more built-in media
- Export videos in any popular format
*The trial version of Movavi Video Editor may have the following restrictions depending on the build: a 7-day trial period, watermark on exported clips, 60-second video or 1/2 audio length limit, and/or some advanced features unavailable when exporting videos. Learn more