Pro Res Presets for Media Encoder 12.1.2?

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Sep 13, 2019 Sep 13, 2019

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I'm trying to use Media Encoder CC 2018 (version12.1.2) to export my AVCHD clips to Pro Res 422 for editing in Premiere.  Unfortunately there are no Pro Res presets under Quicktime.  I had just updated my Creative Cloud apps to the most updated versions of Media Encoder and Premiere for my system (I'm on an older macbook pro). I also tried selecting CUSTOM, then selecting Pro Res options under VIDEO, but nothing will export. Are there bug/fixes or pro res presets I can download?  Thanks!

 

 

 

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Change Format to Quicktime, you should see ProRes listed under Video Codec

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There's no Pro Res under Quicktime, that's the issue. I found a workaround by importing the AVCHD file into Premiere, then exported the clips to Pro Res that way. I'd prefer to go straight to Media Encoder, but at least now I have my Pro Res files.

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Make sure you have the ProRes codecs installed: https://support.apple.com/kb/dl1947?locale=en_US

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