Simple Fixes for Fujifilm X-H2S MOV Not Supported in Premiere Pro
Have some MOV videos taken by your Fujifilm X-H2S and want to edit MOV with Premiere Pro? However, if you want to import Fujifilm X-H2S MOV footage to Premiere Pro for editing, there will be some troubles since not all MOV files are supported by Premiere Pro. That’s because Premiere Pro prefers MPEG codec instead of others while MOV can contain various video codecs. In this article, we introduce an easy way to fix this issue. Let’s find it out here.
To smoothly import and edit Fujifilm X-H2S MOV files in Premiere Pro CC, CS6, CS5, the easy workaround is to convert MOV to MPEG-2 which is the best codecs with best results when working with Adobe PP. The best tool to help you get it done is Acrok HD Video Converter.
This converter can be used to convert Fujifilm X-H2S ProRes and H.265 MOV video to Premiere Pro compatible format (MPEG-2/WMV/MOV) with fast conversion speed and high output quality. After the file conversion, you can edit the video as you like through Premiere Pro. Meanwhile, this video convert tool can create files compatible with various non-linear editing systems like DaVinci Resolve, Final Cut Pro, iMovie, and After Effects, Avid Media Composer, etc. If you are facing problems when editing MOV video in Premiere Pro on Mac, please turn to Acrok HD Video Converter for Mac. Download the software and this article will guide you through how to rewrap and transcode MOV to H.264 or MPEG-2 codec for Prmiere Pro.
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How to convert Fujifilm X-H2S MOV to Premiere Pro supported video
1. Import MP4 files
Click Add File to add the Fujifilm X-H2S MOV footage you want to convert for Premiere Pro. Or simply drag your Fujifilm X-H2S videos to the left item bar for converting. Batch conversion is supported so you can add many files at a time to save the conversion time.
2. Choose Premiere Pro compatible format
Click the format bar to choose output format from the dropdown list. For Premiere Pro editing, Adobe Premiere > MPEG-2 (*.mpg) is one of the best compatible video formats for you to choose.
Tip: Click Settings icon you can adjust video codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channels, etc. To bear least quality loss, you may set A/V parameters according to the source MP4 file.
3. Start conversion
When all the settings are done, click Convert to start the conversion. Wait for the conversion to be done, you can import the converted video to Premiere Pro for editing without any trouble.