Can’t load H.265 footage from Canon EOS R5 to Premeire Pro CC? Read this article to learn how to import and edit Canon EOS R5 8K and 4K H.265 MOV videos with Premiere Pro CC flawlessly.
If you’re working with footage recorded on a Canon EOS R5 , you may have run into 8K and 4K H.265 files, which cannot be viewed on most video players. Luckily, Acrok Vdeo Converter Ultimate supports H.265 media and can easily backup, import, and convert these files – so you can view and share them in common video formats like MP4, MOV or MKV. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to import and edit Canon EOS R5 recordings in Premiere Pro CC.
About Canon EOS R5
The Canon EOS R5 is a powerhouse performer in every possible respect; its 8K video outclasses many of the best cinema cameras, its shooting speed puts it on par with the best cameras for sport, its 45MP sensor outmuscles all but a few of the best mirrorless cameras, and its 8-stop in-body image stabilization is the new IBIS champion. The R5 can capture full-width raw 8K video using the entire readout of the 35mm sensor – and it does so internally at up to 29.97fps in 4:2:2 12-bit Canon Log or HDR PQ (both H.265) in both UHD and DCI. Its 4K capture is every bit as ferocious, recording at up to 119.88fps with external HDMI recording up at up to 59.94fps.
“I am shooting with a Canon EOS R5 at 4096 x 2160, 120p, mov files. I want to edit these MOV clips in Premiere Pro CC, while it seems that Premiere Pro CC does not accept them at all. I was told to convert the Canon 8K MOV files to MPEG-2. I don’t want to have quality loss and want to maintain the original image resolution. What app and settings would you recommend?“
You may have met troubles when transferring Canon EOS R5 8K or 4K MOV to Premiere Pro CC for editing. All this happened is due to the H.265 MOV format introduced by Canon is still not supported by Premiere Pro CC. So if you want to edit H.265 footage in Premiere Pro CC, CS6, CS5, a suggestion is to transcode H.265 to MPEG-2 or H.264 codec, which is a friendly format supported by Adobe editing software, including Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, Premeire Elements, etc. This tutorial will offer you the best way to convert and import Canon EOS R5 H.265 recordings to Premiere Pro CC easily.
To transcode H.265 files to Premiere Pro CC compatible video formats, along with some help from Acrok Video Converter Ultimate – a top H.265 to Premiere Pro CC converter app, it can be done quickly. Overall, the program is a professional yet easy-to-use Canon EOS R5 footage to Adobe editing program conversion software. With it, you can convert Canon EOS R5, Canon EOS R6, Canon C300 Mark III, and more recorded H.265 videos to Premiere Pro CC preferred video without any quality loss. What’s more, it can also transcode H.265 clips for editing in Final Cut Pro X, DaVinci Resolve 16, Avid Media Composer, Pinnacle Studio, Vegas Pro 17, etc flawlessly.
Free download H.265 to Premiere Pro Converter
How to convert Canon EOS R5 H.265 for editing in Premiere Pro CC?
Step 1. Launch the H.265 to Premiere Pro CC Converter on your PC, then click the Add file button to import your .mov flies from HD drive or your Canon EOS R5 directly. This converter supports batch conversion so that you can add multiple files to convert at one time.
Step 2. Click the Format bar and select Editing Software > Adobe Premiere MPEG-2 (*.mpg) on the dropdown menu as output format. Besides, you can also choose “Adobe Premiere MOV (AVC) (*mov)” as output.
Tips: If you like, adjust video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video and Audio, the Codec of Video and Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc., by clicking the Settings button on the main interface for getting the best quality. Check “Merge all files into one” box to join some Canon EOS R5 clips together if necessary.
Step 3. Hit the Convert button in the main interface to start the H.265 to Premiere Pro CC editable format conversion.
After the conversion, you can easily locate the converted Canon EOS R5 video files by clicking the “Open” button in the main interface. Then, you can bring and edit Canon EOS R5 footage in Premiere Pro CC without any issue.
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