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Converting from Windows Photos (video) to Adobe Premiere Pro for Editing?

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Hello everyone, I am not able to figure something out and would like your help. My wife created a video on Windows 10 Photos app and needs more extra things added. I offered to use my Creative Cloud apps to help, but I can't figure out how to export the files with photos and videos to another application from Windows 10 Photos app. I have the entire suite, so if Premiere Pro isn't the way to go, then please help, if so, I just need help getting the parts and pieces over to the new app in order on the timeline. 

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Converting from Windows Photos (video) to Adobe Premiere Pro for Editing?

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Hello everyone, I am not able to figure something out and would like your help. My wife created a video on Windows 10 Photos app and needs more extra things added. I offered to use my Creative Cloud apps to help, but I can't figure out how to export the files with photos and videos to another application from Windows 10 Photos app. I have the entire suite, so if Premiere Pro isn't the way to go, then please help, if so, I just need help getting the parts and pieces over to the new app in order on the timeline. 

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What are the source files?

 

I have never heard of a Windows 10 Photos app... you can just browse whatever images are on your system and I would not know how you could create a video out of that, other than perhaps start an automated slideshow.

 

Are you a Mac user yourself?

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What file format was exported?

What exactly do you mean when you say "needs more extra things added"

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The Microsoft Photos App appears to export as mp4. I did not see an alernative for format. You can choose "quality" - which just means what pixel size. HD export was about 2.5 Mbps. 

 

You don't want to start with that export. And I don't see any option to really take what she did and start from there. Sound/titles etc do not appear to be saved as separate files. 

 

So a) go into the Photos App and "help" there. Or b) import into a new PR project all the photos and videos she added to her Photos video project and go from there.

 

Stan 

 

 

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After trying everything I decided that using iMovie was the best so I recreated the video in that. I couldn't convert the Windows Photo App file to anything. I'm not that skilled yet using Adobe Premiere Pro. I'm both an Apple and Windows user as I have always been since both began. It's just best to know and understand both. 🙂 

 

Thanks for helping, I wasn't looking to export, as I tried doing that and once I imported the file into Adobe Premiere Pro, I wasn't able to change the photos, transistions, and was just having sound issues. So I just recreated it on the MacBook Pro.

 

It was my wife's Windows laptop that was used to start / finish the video, but it wasn't how she wanted it. 

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Thanks for letting us know how you proceeded. 

 

Stan

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