Want to import and edit (4K) Apple ProRes files in Adobe Premiere Pro without problems? Here you will find the best solution.
Actually, ProRes in a MOV file format is beyond the compatibility of Adobe Premiere Pro. What’s more, handling 4K files in Adobe Premiere Pro (CS4/CS5/CS6/CC) is extremely hardware intensive. You can’t get a flawless workflow in most cases. To solve the problem, you need to convert (4K) ProRes files to Premiere Pro supported format like MPEG-2 with Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac.
With it, you can fast transcode Apple ProRes 422, ProRes 4444 files to Premiere Pro as well as FCP, iMovie, Avid Media Composer, After Effects and more editing programs for smooth workflow. What’ more, this video converter app, developed with the most advanced converting technology, it fully supports input and output videos upto 4K resolution. And there is no need to worry about the quality loss. If you want to edit ProRes in Windows Premiere Pro, please get Brorsoft Video Converter to get the work done.
How to Losslessly Convert Apple ProRes files to Premiere Pro
1. Download, install and run the ProRes Video Converter; click "Add Videos" icon to load your source videos.
2. Click on the “Format” bar and choose a best editable format. For editing ProRes MOV in Adobe Premiere, choose Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas --> MPEG-2(*.mpg) as output format.
3. Set proper video/ audio parameters. Click the “Settings” button and set proper video/ audio parameters. You can reset set the video size, bitrate and fame rate. You can keep original 4K resolution or adjust video size to 2K or 1080 full HD as you need.
4. Hit the convert button, it will start converting (4K( ProRs 422 to Adobe Premiere Pro compatible format immediately. Soon after the conversion, just click “Open” button to get the generated files for natively editing in Adobe Premiere perfectly.
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