Failed in importing your MP4 files to Premiere Pro CC for nice editing on PC? No audios or video when working your MP4 with Premiere Pro CC? The following page is specially written to teach you how to convert your MP4 to suitable formats for Premiere Pro CC such as MPG on PC.
Issuese may meet when editing our MP4 files in Premiere Pro CC
‘I have downloaded a trial of Premiere Pro CC, as I want to move from my current Mac setup from 2011 to a new PC setup that would be more powerful. Before purchasing, I wanted to test to see if there were any issues with the new version compared to CS5, which I currently use. Anytime I try to drag an MP4 into Premiere Pro CC, it tells me the file has no audio or video, yet CS5 has no issues importing the same exact file.’
Causes we should know about the incompatible formats in Adobe Premiere Pro CC
As usual, we may see some similar issues mentioned above on forums. Move Premiere Pre CC from Mac to PC, due to the different operation system and the upgraded Premiere Pro version, MP4 files may not recognized by Premiere Pro CC on PC. On the other hand, instead of MP4, MPEG-MPG may be the best formats for editing in Premiere Pro. In other words, you may also have issues when importing your MXF to Premiere, MTS to Premiere, etc. What’s more, moving your Premiere Pro files to FCP is not an easy job. Pavtube Video Converter — Easily help you solve issues of importing MP4 files to Premiere Pro CC on PC.(Mac version)
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How to Convert MP4 to MPG for smoothly editing in Premiere Pro CC?
Step 1. Add your MP4 files:
Download and open the main interface, on the left corner, we can see the two buttons called ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’ there. Load your files with individual clips or a complete folder, these two item can help you a lot.
Step 2. Choose the output formats
Then it’s time for us to come to the output list after opening the ‘Format’ bar. Drop down the list, nearly on the bottom of the column there, we can find the suitable item ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg)’ as the best output.
Step 3. Shorten your video length
Why not come to the ‘Edit’ button to take a close look? Here, you may be surprised with the various adjustments items. Decide your video length? Cut your video edges? Let me show you around here in the following screen shot.
Notes: Good news for the upgraded version 4.8.2 of Windows video converter, it can support the H.265/HEVC videos encode and decode so if you wanna a higher quality with a smaller size, why not have a try?
Finally, go back to the main interface and press on the ‘Convert’ button, we can get our work started with a faster speed. As soon as you get the output result, we can transfer our files to Premiere Pro as usual. If you are a good reader, you will not find any other troubles when importing MP4 files to Premiere Pro CC on PC.