How to Work with DJI OSMO 4K files in Adobe Premiere Pro

Published on by Chris King

Facing problems when importing DJI OSMO 4K MP4/MOV footage in Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5/CS4 for editing? Simply follow this tutorial to find the easiest solution to fix the issue.

 How to Work with DJI OSMO 4K files in Adobe Premiere Pro

The DJI Osmo is a handheld 4K camera that uses 3-axis gimbaled stabilization to provide you with video that' smooth as glass. After recording some stunning 4K footage by DJI OSMO, chances are you want to edit these 4K videos in Premiere Pro so as to make them more stylish. However, here comes the problem, 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. So, any workaround to help you work with DJI OSMO 4K files in Adobe Premiere smoothly.

Well, if you stick to edit DJI OSMO 4K in Premiere Pro, you'd better convert them to a more editing-friendly format for Premiere Pro like MPEG-2.

Actually, it's not as difficult as you imagine. What's need is a just a common video converter like Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac - The program works as the best Mac DJI Video Converter. It helps you fast transcode DJI OSMO, DJI Phantom 4, DJI Phantom 3, DJI Phantom 2 footage to Premiere Pro preferred MPEG-2 with fast encoding speed and without quality loss. What's more, it's the optimal tool for transcoding GoPro, Sony, Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, etc camera or camcorder videos to kinds of NLE programs Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premier Pro, Final Cut Pro, FCE and more. For Windows user, please turn to Video Converter. Just download it and follow the simple guide to achieve your goal.

Converting DJI OSMO 4K video to work in Premiere Pro

Step 1: Run the program you just set up. Drag and drop the 4K files to the converter. You can also hit Add files button to import videos to the app.

Step 2: Choose output format > Click "Format" bar and choose Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas -> MPEG-2(*.mpg) as output format for editing raw 4K in Adobe with natively supported video codec.

Step 3: Advanced V/A settings > Click "Settings" button if you'd like to customize advanced audio and video parameters like Video Codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, Audio codec, sample rate, audio channels.

Note: If you want to get original 4K resolution, just keep the video size as original.

Step 4: Start converting 4K footage > Hit the convert button of the best 4K Video Converter. It will start converting DJI OSMO 4K for importing to Adobe Premiere Pro immediately.

Soon after the conversion, just click "Open" button to get the generated files for natively editing in Premiere Pro CC as well as CC6/CS5/CS4/CS3 perfectly.

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