4K video is too large for uploading, sharing or transferring? Normally the higher the resolution you choose to record a video, the larger the file size will be.
Taking iPhone as an example. If your iPhone is running in iOS 12/11 which supports HEVC codec, then the file size will be about 170MB when recording a one minute 4K 30fps video. Otherwise the file size will be twice, 350MB, if your iPhone is running in iOS 10 or lower which only supports recording 4K videos in H.264. In regards to GoPro Hero 7/6/5 Black, the recorded 4K video file size will be larger. One minute 4K 30fps video encoded in H.264 can be up to 450MB.
You can use a top 4K video splitter/cutter/editor to flawlessly split large 4K video into small clips for uploading to YouTube, Instagram (Stories), etc. or cut unnecessary parts to make the 4K video smaller. Check what the best 4K video editor can do and how to use it to split/cut 4K video, etc.
Edit: Split 4K video into small parts. Cut, merge, crop, rotate, flip, stabilize, denoise video. Add effects, etc.
Convert: Import any video and convert to desired format and codec. Ultrafast speed with Nvidia/Intel/AMD hardware acceleration support.
Download: Enable you to free download (4K) videos, TV shows, music, playlists, channel from YouTube and 1000+ sites.
Record: Allow you to record computer screen. Record webcam video. Record screen and webcam together.
For Windows and Mac only. If you are a mobile user, please click here.
VideoProc is an all-in-one (4K) video processing tool that can edit, convert, download, record video as well as convert DVD to MP4 and more. You can use it to easily split large 4K MP4/MKV video file into small clips, or cut and keep the needed part for uploading, sharing, or transferring.
As the best 4K video editor for beginners, you can also turn to VideoProc to cut and merge video clips to make astonishing shot video stories, add effects to your video, stabilize your GoPro Hero 7 videos, crop the video frame to remove unwanted borders, change video playback speed to make timelapse or slow motion videos, convert video to GIF, and more. Better still, VideoProc provides hundreds of popular output formats to save your video.
VideoProc basic information
Operating platforms: Windows 10/8/8.1/7 (32bit and 64bit). macOS 10.6-10.14.
Video formats supported: Almost all video/audio formats. Home-made or commercial protected DVDs.
Price: Trial version is totally free (only allow you to process video within 5 minutes). Paid version ($29.95 for 1 Year License. $42.95 for Lifetime License.)
Download and install VideoProc on your Windows or Mac computer, and follow the guides below to split 4K video, cut and merge 4K video, etc.
Step 1. Add 4K video
Run VideoProc and click "Video" option on the main UI. Then click "+Video" icon on the tool bar to select and import your source 4K video.
Step 2. Convert, adjust 4K video
All output formats are included in the "Target Format" column. You can select MP4 H264 or any other desired format as the output. MP4 H.264 is supported by most online sites like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.
You can click "Codec Option" icon to open the video audio settings window. Here you can adjust video resolution like downscale 4K to 1080p, set output video frame rate, bit rate, aspect ratio, etc. to meet specific upload requirements of YouTube or other sites.
Step 3. Split 4K video
Next you can tap "Toolbox" icon and double click "Split" option. You can drag the two green knobs to set the start point and end point of the long video to trim unneeded parts. Then choose to set how many clips you’d like to split the 4K video into, or the average time of each video clip.
Step 4. Save the video clips
You can click "Browse" button to set a destination folder to store the sliced clips. And hit "RUN" to start splitting 4K video at lightning speed with the best 4K video splitter software for Windows (10) PC and Mac.
VideoProc lets you fast cut and merge 4K video. Step 1 and 2 are the same as above.
Step 3. Cut and merge 4K video
Click "Cut" icon, and you can then drag the two green knobs to freely cut any favored part of the video. Click the orange "Cut" icon and your cut clip will be listed below.
Follow the same operation to cut more clips, and click "Done". Finally hit "RUN" on the main UI, and the cut 4K video clips will be merged into one file stored onto your computer.
Beatrice Green is a creative copywriter & marketer with 4-year work experience in Digiarty, professional in delivering thoughtful guides, tips or news related to DVD/video conversion/edit issues, latest hot movies, music, digital devices, tech events, and more.