Needed to transcode Z CAM E2-F6 MOV and MP4 files for Premiere Pro CC editing:”I work on Windows platform and am having trouble with editing MOV footage in Premiere Pro CC. The source files are 6H recordings copied from my girlfriend’s Z CAM E2-F6 camera. I heard that if I wanted to use ZRAW and H.265 MOV files in Premiere Pro CC, I had to convert them to a format that is compatible with Premiere Pro CC in advance. If it’s true, which program should I use and what format should I convert to? Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.”
Troubleshooting Working With Z CAM E2-F6 MP4 Files in Premiere Pro CC:
“I am fascinated by the Amazon rainforest. My team and I conducted a 20 day exploration in Amazon. Our main research objects are chameleons and crocodiles. We recorded many interesting moments with the Z CAM E2-F6. Unfortunately, I can’t import the 4K H.265 MP4 videos into Premiere Pro CC. Is there any way to help me solve this difficult problem?”
Yes, it’s true. Like most NLEs, Adobe Premiere Pro CC can not directly accept separate Z CAM E2-F6 MOV and MP4 clips. If you already have loads of loose Z CAM E2-F6 videos on hand, or for some reason Premiere Pro CC refused working with your MOV/MP4 recordings, you can consider transcoding ProRes RAW/ZRAW/H.265 file to H.264 or MPEG-2, the native editing codec of Premiere Pro CC, which Adobe will accept and handle well. The Z CAM Video Converter is a good choice to process Z CAM E2-F6 videos to Premiere Pro CC best editing format conversion. It comes with ease-to-use and intuitive interface, and offers optimal MPEG-2 .mpg and H.264 MOV format preset for Premiere Pro CC, which enables you to create editable files for use in Premiere Pro CC directly in simple steps.
Z CAM E2-F6 and Premiere Pro CC workflow – How to convert MOV/MP4 for editing in Premiere Pro CC?
Step 1: Start up Acrok Video Converter Ultimate as a Z CAM Video Converter for Premiere Pro CC. When its main interface pops up, click “Add File” to input your source media from Z CAM E2-F6.
Step 2: Choose output format for Premiere Pro CC
From “Format” bar, select “Adobe Premiere AVC (*.mov)” or “Adobe Premiere MPEG-2 (*.mpg)” as output format under “Editing Software” column.
Step 3: Custom video and audio settings
If necessary, you can click “Settings” button and go to “Profiles Settings” panel to modify video and audio settings like video encoder, resolution, video bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, audio encoder, sample rate, audio bit rate, and audio channels. 3D settings are also available.
Step 4: Start video Conversion
When ready, click “Convert” button to start Z CAM MOV and MP4 to Premiere Pro CC editable format conversion. As soon as the conversion is complete, you can click “Open” button to get the exported video files for use in Premiere Pro CC with optimum performance.