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Does Premiere Elements 15 support a 2K ProRes4444 .mov file?

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Mar 22, 2017

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I had a 16mm film converted to a 2K ProRes 4444 .mov format.  PE15 loads and plays the file in the timeline, but there is no video displayed.  Is there a way, outside of taking the file somewhere to be converted into another format, to get it to play properly in PE15?

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Does Premiere Elements 15 support a 2K ProRes4444 .mov file?

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I had a 16mm film converted to a 2K ProRes 4444 .mov format.  PE15 loads and plays the file in the timeline, but there is no video displayed.  Is there a way, outside of taking the file somewhere to be converted into another format, to get it to play properly in PE15?

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You might try installing Quicktime for Windows.  Premiere Elements might then "borrow" the codecs for ProRes.  No, I'm not sure this will work!  But, it might!

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