What is 4K?
4K refers to the resolution of an electronic display. A "display" could be the screen on your TV, your iPad or your laptop, and "resolution" means how many pixels there are in that display. Pixels are the dots that make up on-screen images, and the more pixels there are, the sharper and more realistic images look. The 4K term refers to there being about four thousand pixels along the horizontal edge of the picture.
The name 4K comes from the fact that there are roughly four thousand pixels on the horizontal side, which gives 4K four times as high a resolution as 1080p, which is what we normally mean today when we describe a screen as "Full HD". There are several industry-recognized 4K resolutions, but the two formats that are now most widely adopted are Ultra HD (3,840x2,160 pixels) and Cinema 4K (4,096x2,160).
The main camera manufacturers currently produce 4K video and photo cameras that deliver image and file clarify like nothing you've ever created before, so 4K video files are used more and more frequently. However, for some reason, you need to downscale 4K video to 1080p if you want to play, edit or share with your current media player, editor, or video-sharing tools. How to downscale 4K video to 1080p video? Perhaps Moyea 4K Converter is the best solution.
The 4K Converter developed by Moyea Studio is able to convert 4K video files produced from Canon, Sony, Panasonic, GoPro, etc. That means you can convert 4K videos in MXF, MP4 or MOV format to other video formats such as MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, MPG, etc, or convert any video files to 4K video format. 4K Converter also lets you download 4K videos from websites like YouTube and Vimeo to be watched offline.
* Convert 4K videos to MP4, MOV, MXF, AVI, WMV, MPG, FLV, 3GP, etc.
* Convert any video files to 4K video format.
* Download 4K videos from YouTube, Vimeo, etc.
* The output formats work with iMovie, ProRes, FCP X, DVCPRO, DNxHD, Adobe Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas, etc.
* Support both Windows PC and Mac OS X.