If you have an iPhone smart phone, you may like to record a video with it for celebrating a special day, saving happy time…. Afer recording videos bu an iPhone, you can import them to a editor like Premiere Pro for better videos and then sharing with families, friends. But you may failed to edit your iPhone video files in Adobe Premiere. For example, you may prompt an error message on your screen saying that the video files is unsupported when you tried to move, import or transfer the iPhone video to Adobe Premiere.
No worry, there is an easy solution to resolve the iPhone videos and Adobe Premiere Pro importing/editing problems. Keep on to learn more details.
Why Premiere Pro (CC/CS6/CS5) won’t accept iPhone videos?
That’s because the iPhone (including iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 4S, etc.) records and outputs its files as .MOV files. Files are compressed using the h.264 codec, which is not good for editing in Premiere Pro. And we found some people record video in MP4 format and also can’t import iPhone MP4 to Premiere Pro. Similar with MOV, MP4 is also not fitable for Premiere Pro editing.
How to Get iPhone videos to Premiere Pro?
In order to successfully import iPhone video to edit in Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5/Elements, a recommended solution is to convert or change the iPhone video to a codec that PPro can natively handle like MOV, MPEG-2 or Apple Prores.
To be honest, it’s not as hard as you imagine, what you need is just top Mac MP4 video converter like Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac. After downloading and installing the gorgeous video converter gadget, you can effortlessly transcode unsupported iPhone video including iPhone 4K video to Adobe Premiere Pro friendly video format while keeping the excellent media quality.
More than that, it also supports fast converting other popular video formats including MOV, MKV, MPEG, WMV, H.265 … to seamlessly suit for Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, iMovie, FCE, Resolve etc to satisfy your diverse editing demands. Now don’t hesitate to download it and follow the step-by-step guide to transcode your iPhone videos for editing in Premiere Pro smoothly. The program even has the advanced editing options to lets you fine-tune the final look of your movie.
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Guide to Convert iPhone videos to Premiere Pro (CC/CS6/CS5) editable video on Mac
Step 1. Load iPhone videos
After the program installs, you will come to an impressive interface. Now add your iPhone video files. Two options:
- Drag and drop the video file to left item tray directly.
- Click Add Files to add video files.
Step 2. Choose the right output format
On the right side of the interface, you will find the Output Format option. Open its output format list, then you will see two categories: Format and Device. In the Format, just select Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas –> MPEG-2(*.mpg) as output format and then set the output destination as you want.
Step 3. Start converting now
Now, you get all things ready. Just click “Convert” button. Then it begins to do the conversion work automatically, you can view the progress bar, and click suspend or quit if necessary. Now, you can easily drag the converted file to Adobe Premiere Pro CS3/CS4/CS5/CS6, and do whatever you wanna do. It could have been so easy, right? Cheers.
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