Convert and Import ProRes files to Cyberlink PowerDirector 13

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Having the trouble importing Apple ProRes files to Cyberlink PowerDirector 13 for smooth editing? Look no further, find the best solution here!

Convert and Import ProRes files to Cyberlink PowerDirector 13

I have some large files recorded in ProRes 422 HQ and I want to edit them in Cyberlink PowerDirector 13. But when I import the ProRes files to PowerDirector 13, I failed. The PowerDirector can’t recognize the ProRes video. I've done all the hoops with tech support back a few months ago and eventually got impatient and converted ProRes files to MPEG-2, a file foramt that PowerDirector can easily handle.

If you’re in such a situation, just follow the method I shared below. You can Get a video converter and transcode Apple ProRes .MOV files to PowerDirector friendly MPEG-2 format, which will save you both time and trouble, and all you need is to drag the result videos for prompt editing.

How to Convert ProRes 422 HD video for Editing in Cyberlink PowerDirector smoothly

Step 1: Download, install and run Brorsoft Video Converter, and then click the “Add” button to load the ProRes .mov videos.

The program is an easy-to-use ProRes file converter for you, which can help you change ProRes MOV into a different format like MPEG-2 with least quality loss. You should then be able to import the new file into PowerDirector with smooth editing without any trouble. It will ensure a perfect ProRes file importing, playing and editing workflow with PowerDirector 10/11/12/13.

Step 2: Click “Format” bar and choose "Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > MPEG-2 (*.mpg)” as output format on the drop-down menu. Of course, you can also choose MPEG-4, WMV from “Common Video” as the output format.

Tip: Click the Settings icon to adjust video and audio parameters on the Profile Setting as you need to get the best quality video.

Step 3: Click the big "Convert" button at the bottom right corner to finish endocing ProRes .mov to .mpg for PowerDirector.

When the conversion is done, you can find the output files by clicking "Open" button on the main interface, then you can transfer the converted Apple ProRes files to PowerDirector to start edtiting.

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