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How can I import .mov videos from new iphone to my old Premier Pro CS6

Community Beginner ,
May 28, 2024 May 28, 2024

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Hi everyone,

I hope that someone has some solution for my problem.  I am filming with Iphone 13 pro in .mov. I want to edit my films in Premiere Pro CS6 which runs on windows 10.

My iphone is filming only in .mov - it is impossible to change the settings. Or maybe someone know how to do? Changing the video format from "High efficiency" to "maximum compatibility" doesn't work - still filming in .mov.

So now my Premier Pro CS6 (a programme which I bought some years ago) doesn't recognize .mov files and says "Data has no audio and no video". Changing the extension file name from .mov to .mp4 didn't work either. Premiere Pro only imports the audio of the video file. I also couln't import the .mov files in Adobe Media Encoder to convert it there. I also installed Quicktime Player 7.6. (as I read in another forum that only the 7.6 version is functioning at Windows 10. But this also wasn't working. Please is there any solution for this problem? 

Best greetings, Christina

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Adobe Employee , May 28, 2024 May 28, 2024

Hi @Christina3768599585kd,

You can also try changing your camera settings to "most compatible." That should work. Let us know if it does.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Community Expert ,
May 28, 2024 May 28, 2024

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Try Handbrake to transcode before importing into Premiere Pro:
https://handbrake.fr/downloads.php
Here is a tutorial:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=34&v=xlvxgVREX-Y

Shutter Encoder may also be used :
https://www.shutterencoder.com/en/

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Thank you very much! I will try it and let you know.

Additionally: I just realized that all .mov videos with my old iphone X can be imported to premier pro CS6 but with my new iphone 13pro it doesn't work. As I film very short sequences and make a film after that it is quite a lot of work to convert every short video. Please can you tell me if handbrake is a converter program?

 

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Hi @Christina3768599585kd,

You can also try changing your camera settings to "most compatible." That should work. Let us know if it does.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Thank you Kevin, I did that already as I wrote in my original post - My iphone is filming only in .mov - it is impossible to change the settings. Or maybe someone know how to do? Changing the video format from "High efficiency" to "maximum compatibility" doesn't work - still filming in .mov.

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