How to Edit DJI Video: Easy and Free with VideoProc


Nowadays, more and more people like shooting videos with DJI drones, GoPros and other action cameras, then make simple editing and share on social media with their friends and followers. Shooting with DJI drones is really cool, you can have a totally different views and experience than using iPhone.

Why You Need a DJI Video Editor?

No matter you’re DJI beginners or professionals, you may meet some problems like the following:

  • DJI drone video is too shaky
  • Video file size is too large to send via Email, whatsapp, etc
  • Cannot upload the video on YouTube, Facebook due to
  • Need to cut some unnecessary clips to keep the best part
  • Need to merge different clips into one to make a perfect story
  • And more

How to solve the above problems? Lucky, there are a few high-quality DJI video editors in the market.

If you have video editing experience before, or you want to create very professional videos, you can choose Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro,  Davinci Resolve. This type of video editors is the most expensive, but they have a wide range of features and settings. If you are beginners, you need to spend some days on how to using those professional video editors.

If you want to save time and money on editing drone video, you can choose some free video editors like  iMovie and VideoProc. iMovie has been introduced so much in other blogs, hence, I’ll focus on VideoProc with unique hardware acceleration tech to guarantee stable 4K video editing.

VideoProc is a one-stop video processing software to process videos shot by DJI, GoPro, iPhone and all sorts of devices. I think it is most suitable for beginners considering of the following reasons

  • Non-linear video editing, easy to use for beginners
  • Feature-rich toolbox to meet daily video editing and processing needs
  • Kill camera shake with video stabilization
  • Change format and codec easily, best mate if you want to edit with other video editors
  • Fast and stablewith GPU hardware acceleration, no crashes or lags to handle 4K videos during my test

How VideoProc Helps Editing DJI Video

Get Best Clips:  Most people would using the video cut feature due to the limits of social sites. For example, Instagram just permits clients to transfer recordings 3 to 60 seconds, Twitter confines the video length to 2 minutes and 20 seconds and snapchat accepts a video that is under 10 seconds. Hence, you can use VideoProc to cut your videos via drag and drop to select the most amazing part, or you can merge different clips into one to make a perfect story.

Stabilize Shaky Video: If you walk or run, the videos you shoot will tend to be unstable. If you stand still, there might be wind to shake your DJI drones. Therefore, it’s highly needed to use VideoProc to enhance the video stabilization or even reduce background noises.

Convert and Compress Video for Sharing: If you want to share your original drone videos via Email, WhatsApp, or upload the video on YouTube, Facebook, Dailymotion, etc, you may fail due to incompatible video format or the file size exceed the limitation, for instance, WhatsApp only allows you to send videos less than 16GB. In such circumstances, VideoProc can help you to convert your DJI videos to 370+formats, including MP4, AVI, FLV, WMV, MKV, MOV, etc for nearly all mainstream social sites, players, editors and apps. You can also educe video file size by changing the video codec to HEVC, or convert 4K to 1080p/720p with minimal quality loss, or you can adjust video parameters like aspect ratio, frame rate, bit rate, etc.

You can do more with VideoProc, such as crop, rotate, adjust speed (slow down or speed up the video), adjust video colors/contrast/brightness, add your own watermark, apply effects, etc in the toolbox. Plus, VideoProc has a built-in free video downlaoder engine and a free screen recorder to do more jobs for you.


Nearly every DJI drone users need to edit videos for different purposes, according to your need and budget, the best 4K video editors we recommend Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Davinci Resolve, iMovie and VideoProc. Comment below and let us know what else choices  in your mind.


Leave A Reply