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Premiere Pro Guided Workflow: Import Footage

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Mar 06, 2020

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Importing footageImporting footageOnce you've checked system requirments, connected everything, and your project is setup, you can import footage. However, before importing footage into Premiere Pro, it is very important to determine your camera formats before importing. Does your camera shoot standalone files, or are they shot into folders onto a CF card? Maybe you have screen captured footage. Each source has its own issues. Please make note of your format before importing.

 

 



How to Import Footage to Premiere Pro

 

Camera Format I: Consumer or Prosumer Importing standard video files
Camera Format II: Cinema Camera Importing video files from file-based cameras
No Camera: Screen captured files Importing VFR video files from screen-captures, etc.

 

By importing using the proper steps for your format, you are ensuring that you have a better experience when organizing and editing the footage

 

Troubleshooting: Common problems with importing footage.


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Premiere Pro Guided Workflow: Import Footage

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Importing footageImporting footageOnce you've checked system requirments, connected everything, and your project is setup, you can import footage. However, before importing footage into Premiere Pro, it is very important to determine your camera formats before importing. Does your camera shoot standalone files, or are they shot into folders onto a CF card? Maybe you have screen captured footage. Each source has its own issues. Please make note of your format before importing.

 

 



How to Import Footage to Premiere Pro

 

Camera Format I: Consumer or Prosumer Importing standard video files
Camera Format II: Cinema Camera Importing video files from file-based cameras
No Camera: Screen captured files Importing VFR video files from screen-captures, etc.

 

By importing using the proper steps for your format, you are ensuring that you have a better experience when organizing and editing the footage

 

Troubleshooting: Common problems with importing footage.


Plan the Workflow — Organize Footage >
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Mar 07, 2020

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Hi there!
Let me know if you have any questions about importing footage from cameras or workflows around importing, transcoding on import, or creating proxies on import.

Thanks

Kevin

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I'm trying to edit GH5 4k 10 bit 422 footage and keep on getting extremely slow import and play back speeds. My PC is running on an i9-9900k,  Nvidia 2080 Super, and 64 gb of DDR4 ram. I bought this system in order to edit and playback footage realtime and make the workflow faster. To my knowledge, this system should be able to handle this footage. Is this a problem with the premiere not supporting 10 bit footage or a problem with my PC?

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