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How to Import Canon 5D Mark IV 4K to Adobe Premiere Pro

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Canon's new 5D Mark IV succeeds the Mark III with more of everything. But most importantly, it records DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) video instead of UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) video using MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 compression. While enjoying the stunning video quality, many folks are having problems when importing 5D Mark IV DIC 4K video to Adobe Premiere Pro (even with the latest Premiere Pro CC). If you're in such a situation, you can read on the article to learn more, which mainly shows you how to get 5D Mark IV 4K MP4 or MOV footage and Premiere Pro to work beautifully.



Granted, Premiere Pro CS6, CC can handle (usually) 4K files without much problem, but it is extremely hardware intensive. Thankfully you probably don't have to buy a new computer... Something else, the recorded MOV/MP4 files are compressed using the h.264 codec, which is final delivery codec and it is not one you want to use for editing. On this circumstance, if you are stick to import 5D Mark IV 4K videos in PPro, you'd b…

How to Work With iPhone 4K Videos in Premiere Pro Smoothly

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Before sharing your iPhone recordings on YouTube/Vimeo//Facebook/Instagram, you may want to edit iPhone videos in a video editing program. However, you may find it a painful experience to put iPhone videos to Premiere Pro. That's because the iPhone (including iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 4S, etc.) records and outputs its files as .MOV files. Files are compressed using the h.264 codec, which is not good for editing in Premiere Pro. This tutorial will quickly walk you through how to drag and drop iPhone 7 (4K) videos to Premiere Pro timeline for editing without hassle.



To work iPhone 7 (4K) videos in Premiere Pro smoothly, we need convert iPhone video to Adobe Premiere preferred MPEG-2 or H.264 files and then import the converted files to Premiere Pro for editing. Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is recommended here to help you encode all of your iPhone (4K) files to MPEG-2/H.264 for using in Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5.

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