Video formats?

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Jan 24, 2021

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I am new to Preimere (and video editing in general). I recently recorded some takes of myself performing a song with a click track for a multitrack virtual performance video project. I used the front facing camera on my iPhone SE (1.2-megapixels) to capture the video. When I import them (as .MOV files) to Premiere Pro they all seem like they are recorded at different tempos and, in some cases, are almost 3 or 4 beats apart (I don't think my performance was THAT far off). Is there a format that I should try convert them to through the Media Encoder before importing them to Premiere? Thank you for any advice you can offer. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 24, 2021

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Phones capture footage in variable framerate.

If you are doing music a phone is not really the way to go but rather a camcorder.

Convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into Premiere. Dont use AME.

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Thanks so much. This helps a bunch!!

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