Import PDF into Premiere Pro CC

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Looking for guidance. I have a pdf and wish to import some pages (10-15 individual pages) from it into PrPro CC. Create Individual still images.

I have PS CC. I intend to use PS to convert the pdf pages to PrPro supported file type. What is best format to save to -- for best quality image? PSD, TIFF, PNG. etc.?

Video is HD in .mov format.

Any other words of wisdom on doing this?

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If it were me, I would rasterize the pdf file at about twice the largest pixel dimension of my sequence (4000px if working on 1920 x 1080 timeline) and export the individual pages as .png files for import into Premiere.

The oversized pngs will give some room to reposition and zoom in.

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Import PDF into Premiere Pro CC

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Looking for guidance. I have a pdf and wish to import some pages (10-15 individual pages) from it into PrPro CC. Create Individual still images.

I have PS CC. I intend to use PS to convert the pdf pages to PrPro supported file type. What is best format to save to -- for best quality image? PSD, TIFF, PNG. etc.?

Video is HD in .mov format.

Any other words of wisdom on doing this?

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Correct answer by Meg The Dog | Adobe Community Professional

If it were me, I would rasterize the pdf file at about twice the largest pixel dimension of my sequence (4000px if working on 1920 x 1080 timeline) and export the individual pages as .png files for import into Premiere.

The oversized pngs will give some room to reposition and zoom in.

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If it were me, I would rasterize the pdf file at about twice the largest pixel dimension of my sequence (4000px if working on 1920 x 1080 timeline) and export the individual pages as .png files for import into Premiere.

The oversized pngs will give some room to reposition and zoom in.

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I'm a fan of PNG for graphics and images.  It's the best quality/file size ratio available.

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Thank you. PDF converted to PNG and looks good in PrPro.

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today i try to import pdf file but can't see file on list for select.

if can't open pdf files , so what does it pdf version on metadata display ?

thanks.

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You cannot import a pdf.

Read the above.

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i see but so what does it pdf version on metadata display ?

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I dont know ask in the Acrobat forum.

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Manisoft_2020.12.27_1.jpgplease see highlight area, pdf version, what can i do with this ? 

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