Adobe Premiere Pro CC is one of the most popular video editing software owned by almost everyone, pro-alike and green hand. However, every time when you import Samsung NX1 4K HEVC to Premiere Pro CC for editing or making movies, you will find it’s a frustrating thing. This is due to Premiere Pro CC’ incompatibility with HEVC files. In fact, it is easy to fix the issue. Keep reading a brief how-to on the simple process, guaranteed you to edit Samsung NX1 videos in Premiere Pro CC smoothly.
The Samsung NX1 is the sort of camera we’ve always hoped Samsung would make. The Samsung NX1 is a new professional compact system camera. The DSLR-like NX1 features a 28.2 megapixel APS-C BSI CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter, 4K video recording, 15fps continuous shooting. High Efficiency Video Coding (H.265) is applied so that even 4K and UHD video files remain easy to edit and share. For Lightworks users, when the shooting is completed, you may come the ideal to load H.265 footage into Premiere Pro CC for some professional post production workflow.
Frequently asked questions we hear most often from our customers: I am a Mac user and am looking for a software app which can convert my 4K HEVC footage shot by my Samsung NX1 to MPEG-2 or other codec which will allow editing in Premiere Pro CC without going through rendering process. Can your software work for me?
I have a new Samsung NX1 and did not realize that it would be so problematic to get the HEVC video into my computers without using the software. I would like to know if the conversion format would fit with the following programs….. On my Windows 10: Premiere Pro CC, DaVinci Resolve 16.
To get Premiere Pro CC work with Samsung NX1 files beautifully, you simply need a HEVC video converter to convert Samsung NX1 HEVC/H.265 to Premiere Pro-friendly format. Acrok Video Converter Ultimate is recommended to help you finish the job. It supports creating high quality MPEG-2 or H.264 codec to seamlessly fit Premiere Pro CC, CS6, CS5, CS4, etc, no matter what’s the format of your source video files. Plus, it supports transcoding camera shootings in different formats (H.264 MOV, MTS/M2TS, XAVC, MXF, etc.) to video editing software compatible file types, i.e. MPEG-2 for Premiere Pro CC, DNxHD for Avid Media Composer, WMV for Windows Movie Maker, AVI to Pinnacle Studio to meet your different needs.
Below is the step-by-step guide on converting Samsung NX1 HEVC to Premiere Pro supported video formats in the following paragraphs to help those who are in the trouble out.
How to convert Samsung NX1 files for Premiere Pro CC?
Step 1: Load H.265 footage
Install and run Samsung NX1 to Premiere Pro CC Converter, add 4K footage into this HEVC to Premiere Pro CC Converter program.
Step 2: Choose MPEG-2 profile
To convert H.265 video to Premiere Pro CC supported video format, you need to click “Format” bar, you can choose “Editing Softwate > Adobe Premiere MPEG-2 (*.mpg)”. This profile provided you best video codec for editing in Premiere Pro CC, CS6, CS5 and CS4.
Tip: You can click “Settings” button to customize the Audio/Video parameters based on your personal requirements. Adjust the resolution, bitrate, frame rate or codec to meet your requirement.
Step 3: Convert H.265 to H.264
After the above steps are done, you can click “Convert” button to convert Samsung NX1 H.265 footage to MPEG-2 codec. The 4K Video Converter supports batch conversion so you may load multiple video files and convert any video to any video format at one time. For example, you can convert Blu-ray to H.265 video, convert MKV to Galaxy Note 10 supported format, rip Blu-ray for Galaxy Tab S6, etc.
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