PE 11 Codec problem DNxHR 444 12bit.

Community Beginner ,
Dec 03, 2018 Dec 03, 2018

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I use fusion for my title or clor correction. For the title I have often alpha transparent. Until Fusion 8 Idid use Quicktime compression PNG. In the version 9 you have different codec like DNxHR 444 12bit. in.mov. Is that possible to connect such a codec on PE11 oder is there n way.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 03, 2018 Dec 03, 2018

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Fusion and DNxHR 444 appear to come from Davinci and Avid.  Both are "professional products" aimed at different purposes than Premiere Elements.  I would not expect consumer targeted Premiere Elements to work for that.   Making it worse, versions 9 and 11 have grown old for computer software and that only makes it worse. 

If there is a solution for you somewhere, this is probably not where to look.  This forum is almost entirely aimed at getting users up and running with the routine tools used to edit video from consumer cameras. 

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Dec 03, 2018 Dec 03, 2018

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DNxHD/HR are not supported by Premiere Elements. Premiere Pro supports these codec formats.

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Dec 04, 2019 Dec 04, 2019

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Sorry, but your answer is nor correct! ADOBE Premiere Pro and After Effects do not support DNxHR 444 correct.

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Engaged ,
Jul 09, 2020 Jul 09, 2020

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DNxHR 444 is a legal range Codec.

With other products it run correct.

A Postprosucktion can not export DNxHR 444 so wrong, that it is in ADOBE correct.

Than we have problems at other points, and when ADOBE make a product where it is correct,

my old AE an PR are than wrong.

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Aug 05, 2020 Aug 05, 2020

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Over 2 years no work from ADOBE

Greetings to Lars Borg

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Aug 05, 2020 Aug 05, 2020

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What question are you looking for the answer to, Waldorf? The first replies back in 2018 indicated that this file format is not supported by Premiere Elements.

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