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Import Canon XF705 4K H.265/HEVC Files to Adobe Premiere Pro

When importing 4K video files Canon XF705 H.265/HEVC .mxf footage into Premiere Pro CC, what you may get is frustrating results such as unsupported file type, only video and no sound at all, crashes, and automatic shutdowns.

Edit H.265/HEVC video in Premiere Pro CC

To make your Premiere Pro CC read all Canon XF705 H.265/HEVC media files smoothly, the best way for you to get rid of these awful situations is to transcode Canon XF705 H.265/HEVC to a native codec – H.264 or MPEG-2 for the demanding Adobe Premiere Pro CC. The all-in-one video converter for Premiere Pro CC – UFUSoft Video Converter and UFUSoft Video Converter for Mac can not only convert different video files, but also cut and edit the clips you want to import into Premiere Pro CC. Now follow below simple steps to learn how to transcode Canon XF705 H.265/HEVC to Premeire Pro CC native format via top H.265/HEVC Video Converter.

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1. Download the 4K video converter for Premiere Pro CC from the above button. After the download is over, run this H.265/HEVC Video Converter and click “Add File” to add Canon XF705 H.265/HEVC video files into this converting and ripping tool for Premiere Pro CC as well as other editing systems like Adobe After Effects CC, Premiere Elements, Avid Media Composer, Sony Vegas Pro, etc.

Canon XF705 to Premiere Pro

2. Since we have known the best format for Premiere Pro CC, just go to the output format list where you need to follow “Editing Software ” > “Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas MPEG-2 (*.mpg)” or “Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas (AVC) (*.mov)”.

Canon XF705 in Adobe Premiere Pro

3. As a video converter and video editor, you’ll find this converting tool can be helpful in both conversion and editing. Why do you need the built-in video editor? Above all, you can cut and get the video clips you want from a large size video file, which saves the conversion time tremendously. And you can edit the video files by using other functions like cropping, adding watermarks, affix special effects, etc.

4. Click on the “Convert” button which is red in bottom right screen to start transcoding Canon XF705 H.265/HEVC files to MPEG-2 or H.264 – the perfect format for Premiere Pro CC to import and edit.