Transcode ProRes to H.264 MP4/MOV Losslessly

Published on by Chris King

Have several ProRes files on your local computer or server and would like to batch convert these ProRes to H.264 MP4/MOV for more convenient playback or sharing? This article will teach you how to.

Transcode ProRes to H.264 MP4/MOV Losslessly

ProRes has gained in popularity as an intermediate codec. There are a total of six ProRes formats. These formats range from extreme compression to minimal compression rates. Well, in this page, we will not highlight the features of Apple ProRes, but talk about how to transcode PorRes to H.264 MP4/MOV video since there are few media players can support ProRes codec…

To convert ProRes to H.264 in a lossless way, Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac is the optimal solution for you. It can help you change ProRes 422, ProRes 4444 to H.264 MP4, H.264 MOV as well as DivX, XviD, MPEG-2, AVI, WMV, FLV, etc, and allows you to manually adjust encoding settings to customize the output video quality and file size. In addition, if you want to edit videos, set subtitles, select audio track, add text or image watermark to videos, all these can be easily achieved with this powerful tool. If want to transcode ProRes to H.264 video on Windows PC, you can turn to the equivalent Windows version Video Converter to finish the task.

Convert ProRes to H.264 MP4/MOV video losslessly

1. Load Apple ProRes files > Launch the ProRes Video Converter on your Mac, and you can either click "Add" button to import ProRes files, or directly drag and drop the files into this program.

2. Select output format > From the drop-down list of "Format" > "Common Video", you can select H.264 video as the output format.

3. Start conversion > After all necessary settings, click the "Convert" icon under the preview window, and the ProRes converter will start transcoding ProRes to H.264 MP4/MOV immediately.

Once the conversion completes, click Open button to get the output files and then you can play, edit the converted Apple ProRes files freely.

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