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Tip #094: Premiere and ProRes

Larry Jordan – https://LarryJordan.com

Premiere now supports ProRes

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If you are looking for a good intermediate codec to transcode highly-compressed media (such as H.264, AVCHD, or HEVC) into something easier to edit, Premiere now supports all flavors of ProRes on both Mac and Windows.

The first version of Premiere to support ProRes on Windows was 13.02. (ProRes on the Mac has been supported for a long time.) And the latest release of Premiere (Fall, 2019) has improved ProRes handling on both Mac and Windows.


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2 Comments
    • Larry Jordan
      Larry Jordan says:

      John:

      Not really. I’m talking about the structure of the codec itself that allows for easier editing.

      Please see Tip #105 “Why Do We Need Intermediate Codecs?” for more information.

      Larry

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