MJP2 "not support compression"

Community Beginner ,
Jan 16, 2020 Jan 16, 2020

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Hi everyone,

please could you help me with this problem ?

I receive MOV video with transparent background, but when I import that video its send me an error "this is not supported compression type mjp2" . Please is that any plugin or I dont know what how can I open it and work with that in premiere ? Thanx a lot.

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Jan 16, 2020 Jan 16, 2020

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Usually Handbrake comes to the rescue for transcoding exotic file formats. Please give that a try: https://handbrake.fr/

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Jan 16, 2020 Jan 16, 2020

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Don't think Handbrake will preserve the transparancy.

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Adobe Employee ,
Jan 16, 2020 Jan 16, 2020

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Hi Pavol G,

Do you have the latest version of Premiere Pro installed? I think this format should be supported, as it is a JPEG 2000 variant. More info.

Thanks,
Kevin

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Yes I have the latest version of premiere.
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Pavol,

Hello there. 🙂

 

Do you have any previous versions of Premiere Pro currently installed? Have you tried any of those? Which OS are you working with?

 

Cheers,

Kevin

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Hi 🙂
Im working on mac and I have only the newest version of premiere.
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Oct 10, 2021 Oct 10, 2021

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I am seeing the same on many varieties of *.mov files. Has anyone got a solution?

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Oct 10, 2021 Oct 10, 2021

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.mov is only an extension, not necessarily a reference to the codec that was used to build the file. It usually is the result of Apple's QuickTime, but it can be anything. Someone may even have renamed a file from .mts to .mov.

 

My suggestion: go back to the source and try to find out how this file was created. Where did it come from? A camera? A screen recorder? Also, try to use MediaInfo to find out more details.

 

PremierePro is one of the most advanced NLEs that will accept a plethora of file formats, but not everything...

 

Hope this helps.

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Jul 14, 2022 Jul 14, 2022

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I'm Brazilian, and I don't understand English, but I hope to help.
I had the same problem this week, it was very difficult to find a software that could format the video keeping the alpha. What worked for me was to upload the video in Blender, because it was able to read the file, then I rendered it again in .png and so I was able to import it into Premiere.

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