Sony PXW-Z750 4K XAVC to Premiere Pro CC workflow

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Sony PXW-Z750 4K XAVC to Premiere Pro CC workflow

I recorded about 29GB 4K videos by Sony PXW-Z750, I edited it in Adobe editing software on Winddows 10 PC, but I failed. I want to ask for help from Google. Some users suggest that I install plug-ins to my computer, I failed too. Can I edit Sony PXW-Z750 4K XAVC (.mxf) in Premiere Pro CC whthout instaling plug-in?

Capture beautiful 4K images with the depth of field made possible by 3-chip 2/3-type CMOS sensor. The Z750 is Sony’s first shoulder-mount camcorder with a global shutter to eliminate flash banding and “jello” effects. Paired with the newest Sony durable SxS PRO X cards, the SBP-120F (120GB) and SBP-240F (240GB), ultra-fast transfer speeds of up to 10 Gbps* are supported, allowing the camera to capture high bit rate content. Delivering highest quality 4K with HD-era workflows wastes time and money. The Z750’s latest generation XAVC-L422 QFHD 200 codec combined with high-speed SxS Pro media radically reduce real-world turnaround times. The XAVC format, utilizes MPEG HD422 codecs compressionand has one file extensions .mxf, which is not good for editing in Premiere Pro CC, especially the 4K 59.94p video files. If you plan to edit Sony PXW-Z750 files in Premiere Pro CC wihtut installing any plug-in. Below content will be helpful.

Solution: Transcode Sony PXW-Z750 vidoes to Premiere Pro CC best editing video

To import and edit Sony PXW-Z750 4K XAVC files in Premiere Pro CC smoothly, you need to transcode the XAVC to Premiere Pro CC native media formats, such as MPEG-2 MPG, wmv3 .wmv, H.264 MOV, etc. Here, Acrok Video Covnerter Ultimate comes out to achieve your goal easily. It can help you to converter the 4K XAVC files to editable MPG/WMV/MOV format for using in Adobe editing software (Premiere Pro CC, Premiere Element 2020, After Effects CC) without losing quality and ensures audio and video in perfect synchronization. If you are Mac user, you can free downlad Acrok Video Covnerter Ultimate for Mac to transcode Sony PXW-Z750 footage for using in FCP X, iMvoie, DaVinci Reslove, Avid Media Composer, etc.

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How to convert Sony PXW-Z750 4K XAVC for editing in Premiere Pro CC?

Step 1: Load Sony PXW-Z750 files into the program.
Start the Sony XAVC Video Converter on your computer, click “Add File” to load unsupported source video files into Acrok software.

Acrok XAVC Video Converter - Convert XAVC on Mac/Windows

Step 2: Specify output file format.
Click “Format” bar, from its drop-down list, select Premiere Pro CC best supported editing codec such as “Adobe Premiere MPEG-2 (*.mpg)” from “Editing Software” main category menu extended list.

Convert Sony PXW-Z750 XAVC to MPEG-2 for editing in Premiere Pro CC

Step 3: Edit video. (Optional).
Before loading your video into Premiere Pro CC for professional video editing, you can complete some basic video editing task with the program’s built-in video editing function. Check an item to active the “Video Editor” function, then click the pencil like icon on the top tool bar to open the “Video Editor” window, you can trim video length, crop video black bars, add watermark, apply sepcial rendering effect, remove/replace audio in video, etc.

Edit XAVC video via Acrok XAVC Converter

Step 4: Begin the conversion process.
After all the settings are done, click right-bottom “Convert” button to begin the conversion from Sony PXW-Z750 XAVC  to Premiere Pro CC MPEG-2 conversion process. Then you will have no problem to import any video into Premiere Pro CC for fast and smooth post video editing.

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