Lumix S1 is a powerful camera from Panasonic, it is released at the beginning of this year, many users choose it as the best camera to capture 4K high quality videos as well as take high quality photos. In this article you will get the best way to import Lumix S1 4K H.265 files into Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, and you can edit the 4K H.265 recordings with native supported format.
A few months ago Panasonic officially released the full-size camera Lumix S1. Since its release, it has become a product that has attracted much attention. It is a high-performance camera, especially a video camera that everyone is looking forward to. After using Lumix S1 for a period of time, many users said Lumix S1 is currently the most suitable camera for shooting 4K video. Compared with Panasonic’s previous cameras, Lumix S1 has a unique appearance. It is currently the largest and heaviest full-width mirrorless cameras. Thanks to its large body, Lumix S1 boasts rich interfaces and keys. Lumix S1 uses a full-width CMOS sensor, the surface of which is covered with an anti-reflection coating to reduce reflection on the sensor surface and improve edge image quality. It can be said that Lumix S1 has high sensitivity and dynamic range performance of cameras of the same grade, and it also has the strongest anti-shake of the whole frame, and can synthesize high-pixel photos.
Lumix S1 is able to capture high quality UHD 4K videos and full HD 1080p videos, it has better hardware, it can shoot videos in 4:2:2 10-Bit, or capture 4K UHD videos in H.264 codec or H.265 codec, the recorded 4K videos will be in MP4 format. What’s more, you can also use it to record full HD 1080p videos in AVCHD format. With the advanced equipments of Lumix S1 you can take high quality photos as well as shoot vivid 4K UHD footages. Nowadays more and more users choose to capture 4K H.265 videos with Lumix S1, because the H.265 videos will offer high quality images for you. But, some users have encountered the importing and editing issue when they deal with Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, just like the question showed below, please follow the content and get the best solution.
“Hello, I have got my new Lumix S1 camera several days ago, these days I used this mirrorless camera recorded a lot of 4K videos in 4K H.265 MP4 format, but now I need to edit 4K videos with Premiere Pro CC on my computer, I find these H.265 clips can’t be edited smoothly, and Premiere Pro CC takes much time to render the 4K H.265 videos, it is said that 4K H.265 codec is not well for editing with Premiere, can you tell me what’s the best method to edit Lumix S1 4K H.265 videos with Premiere Pro?”
If you search on Panasonic camera related forums, you will know that there are a lot of users have got their Lumix S1 camera, and a few of Lumix S1 users are complaining about the compatibility issue between Lumix S1 4K H.265 files and Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, just as the problem showed above, the Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 takes much time to render the recordings and users can’t import or edit Lumix S1 4K H.265 files in Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 smoothly. What’s the reason? It is because Lumix S1 recorded 4K H.265 codec is not a good codec for video editing, for editing videos with Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, you’d better use supported format, because once you convert Lumix S1 4K H.265 video to Premiere supported format, you can edit 4K videos in Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 smoothly, and you won’t have any importing or editing problems. In this case, the best method to load 4K H.265 to Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 is to convert Lumix S1 4K H.265 files to supported format for Premiere Pro.
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Windows/Mac is the ideal software to help you convert Lumix S1 4K H.265 files to Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 supported format, this powerful Premiere Pro H.265 converter can convert any videos into any video formats, supported importing videos include H.265 files, H.264 files, 4K files, MOV, MP4, MKV, AVI, AVCHD, MTS, MXF, etc. Besides, it has many optimized formats, like WMV/MOV for Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, DNxHD codec for Avid Media Composer, AIC codec for iMovie, Apple ProRes for FCP X, etc. Now you can free download this Lumix S1 to Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 converter and follow the steps below to transcode 4K H.265 files to supported format files for Premiere Pro.
Tip: This 4K Converter is very powerful, besides the 4K H.265 videos, it can rip the latest Blu-ray and DVD disc movies for you. You can use Acrok Video Converter Ultimate to rip blu-ray disc, blu-ray ISO, blu-ray folder, DVD disc, DVD ISO or DVD folder, the converted movies will not have protection anymore, and you can transfer converted blu-ray or DVD movies to any devices for watching.
Step 1. Download Acrok Video Converter Ultimate Windows version or Mac version, you can get this Lumix S1 Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 converter via the download button, install this program on your Mac computer. Besides Mac version, this program also has Windows version, so you can also use it to convert Lumix S1 4K H.265 files on Windows PC.
Step 2. Launch this Lumix S1 to Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 converter, and then click “Add Files” button to import the Lumix S1 4K H.265 footages that you want to convert. you can drag and drop 4K videos to the 4K H.265 video converter directly.
Step 3. Choose output format you need. You can click and choose “Editing Software -> Adobe Premiere Pro”, if you use Mac, you can choose Premiere MOV format, if you use Windows computer, you can choose Premiere WMV format. WMV/MOV is recommended to edit with Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, so just click and choose the format for Premiere Pro.
Step 4. Click convert button to start Lumix S1 to Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 conversion.
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate will help you transcode the Lumix S1 4K H.265 videos with high quality and speed, when the Premiere Pro H.265 conversion is done, you can import converted Lumix S1 videos into Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 and edit as you want. Now you have got the best workflow to edit H.265 in Premiere Pro, just get Acrok Video Converter Ultimate software and use it to deal with your 4K H.265 videos.
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