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Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5/CS4 Supported Video/Audio/Image Formats

Adobe Premiere Pro Supported Formats

Q: Having problems importing MXF. file types into my Premiere CC project. I will go to import the folder and the yellow loading bar will come up to say that it's importing. How to deal with this problem?

A: MXF should play perfectly in Premiere Pro CC, but MXF has different video/audio codecs, that depends on what's inside the MXF, which is capable of holding a great variety of audio and video types. Not all of them will work in CS6. For example, support for DNxHD in the MXF format wasn't added until Premiere Pro CC, and won't work in CS6. For loading all MXF files into Premiere Pro, you need to convert MXF to Premeire Pro supported foramts on Mac or Windows.

If you want to import and edit video in Premiere Pro, you need to know what video format can import into Premiere Pro CS4/CS5/CS6/CC on Windows and Mac. Below content will show you the details.

Adobe Premiere Pro Supported Formats
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Supported Formats
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Supported Formats
Adobe Premiere Pro CC Supported Formats

Adobe Premiere Pro Formats-Supported video/audio/image formats for Premiere Pro CS5/CS6/CC

Note: Not all files are guaranteed to import and edit in Adobe Premiere Pro. For importing and editing any video/movie/recordings in Premiere Pro, you need to convert the unsupported formats to Premiere Pro supported format via Acrok Premiere Pro Video Converter (Windows Version | Mac Version).

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Useful guides for importing and editing video in Premiere Pro:
Transcode MXF to Premiere Pro editable format
XAVC to Premiere Pro-Edit XAVC video in Premiere Pro
Convert MKV to Premiere Pro video format on Mac and Windows
MTS to Premiere Pro-import edit .mts video in Premiere Pro CS5/CS6/CC

Tip: For rip and convert Blu-ray/DVD to Premiere Pro editing video format on Mac and Windows, you can try Acrok Video Converter Ultimate (Windows Version | Mac Version).

Some filename extensions - such as MOV, AVI, MXF, and F4V - denote container file formats rather than denoting a specific audio, video, or image data format. Container files can contain data encoded using various compression and encoding schemes. Premiere Pro can import these container files, but the ability to import the data that they contain is dependent on the codecs (specifically, decoders) installed.

By installing additional codecs, you can extend the ability of Premiere Pro to import additional file types. Many codecs installed into the operating system (Windows or Mac OS) work as a component inside the QuickTime or Video for Windows formats. Contact the manufacturer of your hardware or software for more information about codecs that work with the files that your specific devices or applications create.

Adobe Premiere Pro Supported video and animation file formats

Format Details
3GP, 3G2 (.3gp)  
Apple ProRes 64-bit Import only on Windows
ASF Netshow, Windows only
AVI (.avi) DV-AVI, Microsoft AVI Type 1 and Type 2
DV (.dv) Raw DV stream, a QuickTime format
DNxHD Support for native MXF
F4V (.f4v) Import only
GIF (.gif) Animated GIF
M1V MPEG-1 Video File
M2TS Sony HDV
M2TS Blu-ray BDAV MPEG-2 Transport Stream, AVCHD
M4V MPEG-4 Video File
MOV

QuickTime Movie format

Note: Windows requires QuickTime player

MP4 QuickTime Movie, XDCAM EX
MPEG, MPE, MPG MPEG-1, MPEG-2
M2V DVD-compliant MPEG-2
MTS AVCHD
MXF Media eXchange Format
P2 Movie: Panasonic Op-Atom variant of MXF,
with video in DV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, DVCPRO HD,
AVC-Intra; XDCAM HD Movie, Sony XDCAM HD 50 (4:2:2),
Avid MXF Movie, and native Canon XF
Note: You can preview Native Canon XF files in the Media Browser,
and the use of metadata is supported.
Native MJPEGs 1DC
VOB  
WMV Windows Media, Windows only
Note:? Render Type 1 AVI clips before previewing from a DV device.
To render a Type1 AVI clip, add it to a sequence in a DV project, and preview it.

Adobe Premiere Pro Supported audio file formats

Format Details
AAC  
AC3
Including 5.1 surround
AIFF, AIF  
ASND
Adobe Sound Document
AVI
Video for Windows
BWF
Broadcast WAVE format
M4A
MPEG-4 Audio
mp3 mp3 Audio
MPEG, MPG MPEG Movie
MOV
QuickTime; requires QuickTime player
MXF
Media eXchange Format;
P2 Movie: Panasonic Op-Atom variant of MXF, with video in DV,
DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, DVCPRO HD, AVC-Intra;
XDCAM HD Movie, Sony XDCAM HD 50 (4:2:2),
Avid MXF Movie

WMA
Windows Media Audio, Windows only
WAV
Windows Waveform

Adobe Premiere Pro Supported still-image and still-image sequence file formats

Premiere Pro supports 8bpc (4 bytes per pixel) and 16bpc (8 bytes per pixel) still-image files.

Format Details
AI, EPS  
BMP, DIB, RLE  
DPX  
EPS  
GIF  
ICO
Icon File
Windows only
JPEG
JPE, JPG, JFIF
PICT  
PNG  
PSD  
PSQ
Adobe Premiere 6 Storyboard
PTL, PRTL Adobe Premiere title
TGA, ICB, VDA, VST  
TIF  

Adobe Premiere Pro Supported video project file formats

Format Details
AAF Advanced Authoring Format
AEP, AEPX After Effects project
CSV, PBL, TXT, TAB batch lists
EDL CMX3600 EDLs
PLB Adobe Premiere 6.x bin (Windows only)
PREL
Adobe Premiere Elements project (Windows only)
PRPROJ
Premiere Pro project
PSQ
Adobe Premiere 6.x storyboard (Windows only)
XML
FCP XML

Adobe Premiere Pro Supported native camera formats

Premiere Pro lets you work with a wide range of native media formats from the latest cameras, without transcoding or file rewrapping.

The media formats listed here are supported for directly importing and editing with Premiere Pro CC. The required codecs are built in to Premiere Pro CC, and supported on both Mac OS and Windows systems unless stated otherwise.

Sony cameras
You can directly import and and edit the following media:
Sony XDCAM
Sony XDCAM 50
Sony XAVC
Sony XAVC LongGOP (Group of Pictures)
Sony SStP
Sony RAW (F65, F55, F5, FS700 cameras)
You can browse the imported clips using the Media Browser and organize them using camera metadata.

ARRI AMIRA camera
Premiere Pro provides built-in support for the ARRI AMIRA camera, with appropriate color LUTs applied as master clips on import.

CinemaDNG from Blackmagic Cinema cameras
You can import and edit uncompressed CinemaDNG media from Blackmagic Cinema cameras, including the following:
Blackmagic Cinema Camera
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
Convergent Design Odyssey7Q

When working with CinemaDNG media, you can access the Source Settings and edit the metadata parameters. CinemaDNG can be debayered on a supported GPU for extreme playback performance.

RED support
You can working natively with RED Digital Cinema (R3D) footage from the following cameras:
RED ONE
RED EPIC
RED Scarlet-X cameras with support for RED Rocket
Red Dragon including RED Dragon 6K
Color Science like REDcolor2, REDgamma2, and REDlogFilm
Note: RED format clips use the GPU (OpenCL and CUDA) for debayering for an improved and faster playback performance.

Canon XF, Canon RAW
You can work natively with Canon XF and Canon RAW footage, including footage from Canon Cinema EOS C300 and C500 cameras.
Premiere Pro also lets you import and edit QuickTime formats natively including Apple ProRes and MOV files that Canon 5D and 7D cameras capture. You can clip metadata without any transcoding, rewrapping, or logging and transferring required.

Phantom Cine media
You can natively import and edit Phantom Cine media shot on Vision Research Phantom cameras.

Panasonic AVC, P2 cameras
You can natively import and edit media from the following cameras:
Panasonic P2 cameras and across multiple P2 cards
Panasonic AVC Ultra
Panasonic AVCi 200
Panasonic AVC Ultra Long GOP (Group of Pictures)

This table lists the file formats that Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 can import and export.

Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 supported video file formats

Format Import/Export support Format details
3GPP Movie (.3gp) Import and Export QuickTime player required on Windows
Advanced Video Codec (.mts) Import only  
AVCHD (.m2ts, .mts) Import only  
DV stream (.dv) Import and Export  
Flash Video (.flv, .f4v) Import and Export  
Microsoft AVI (.avi) Import and Export Export Windows only
Microsoft NetShow (.asf) Import only Windows only
MPEG-1 (.mpg) Import and Export Export Windows only
MPEG-2 (.m2v, .mpg) Import and Export  
MPEG-4 (.m4v) Import and Export  
Panasonic P2 (.mxf) Import and Export  
QuickTime Movie (.mov) Import and Export QuickTime player required on Windows
Shockwave Flash object (.swf) Import only  
Sony VDU File Format Importer (.dlx) Import only Windows only
Windows Media (.wma, .wmv) Import and Export Export Windows only
XDCam-EX movie (.mp4) Import only  
XDCam-HD movie (.mxf) Import only  

Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 supported Audio file formats

Format Import/Export support Format details
Adobe Sound Document (.asnd) Import only  
Advanced Audio Coding File (.aac) Import and Export  
Audio Interchange File Format (.aif, .aiff) Import and Export  
Audio Video Interleaved (.avi) Import and Export  
Dolby Digital (.ac3) Import and Export After 3 free trial uses, purchase SurCode encoder
MPEG Audio (.m4a, .mp3) Import and Export  
MPEG Audio (.mpeg, .mpg) Import and Export  
QuickTime (.mov) Import and Export QuickTime player required on Windows
Windows Media Audio (.wma) Import and Export Windows only

Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 supported Image file formats

Note: Adobe Premiere Pro supports still-image formats in RGB or grayscale color modes only.

Format Import/Export support Format details
Adobe Illustrator and Illustrator sequence (.ai, .eps) Import only  
Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop sequence (.psd) Import only Import does not support files that are CMYK, Duotone, LAB, or Multichannel mode. PSDs containing a 32-bit alpha channel are not supported. Convert your image to an 8- or 16-bit PSD before importing.
Adobe Premiere Title (.ptl, .prtl) Import only  
Animated GIF (.gif) Import and Export Windows only
Bitmap and Bitmap sequence (.bmp, .wbm, .dib, .rle) Import and Export 8-bit per channel (bpc) or better only. Alpha channels in BMP files are not supported.
CompuServe GIF (.gif) Import and Export  
Encapsulated PostScript (.eps) Import only  
Icon file (.ico) Import only Windows only
JPEG and JPEG sequence (.jpe, .jpg, .jfif) Import and Export  
PICT and PICT sequence (.pic, .pct, .pict) Import only QuickTime player required on Windows
Portable Network Graphics (.png) Import and Export Export in Mac OS X only
Targa and Targa sequence (.tga, .icb, .vda, .vst) Import and Export  
TIFF and TIFF sequence (.tif, .tiff) Import and Export 8-bit per channel (bpc) files only

Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 supported Other file formats

Format Import/Export support Format details
Adobe Clip Notes (.pdf) Import and Export  
Adobe Premiere 6.x Library(.plb) Import Windows only
Adobe Premiere 6.x Project (.ppj) Import Windows only
Adobe Premiere 6.x Storyboard (.psq) Import Windows only
Adobe Premiere Pro Project (.prproj) Import and Export  
Adobe After Effects Project (.aep) Import and Export Production Premium or Master Collection
Advanced Authoring Format (.aaf) Import and Export Windows only
Batch list (.csv, .pbl, .txt, .tab) Import  
Edit Decision List (.edl) Import and Export  

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Supported video and animation file formats:

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Supported video formats

Format Notes
3GP, 3G2
Arri raw
ASF Netshow, Windows only
AVI DV-AVI, Microsoft AVIt ype 1 and type 2
BWF Broadcast WAVE format
M4A MPEG-4 Audio
mp3 mp3 Audio
MPEG, MPG MPEG Movie
MOV Requires QuickTime player
MXF Media eXchange Format; P2 Movie: Panasonic Op-Atom variant of MXF, with video in DV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, DVCPRO HD, AVC-Intra; XDCAM HD Movie, Sony XDCAM HD 50(4:2:2), Avid MXF Movie
WMA MPEG-4 Video File
MOV QuickTime 7 for import of non-native QuickTime files; in Windows, requires QuickTime player format
MP4 QuickTime Movie, XDCAM EX
MPEG, MPE, MPG MPEG-1, MPEG-2
MPEG, M2V DVD-compliant MPEG-2
MTS AVCHD
MXF Media eXchange Format; P2 Movie: Panasonic Op-Atom variant of MXF, with video in DV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, DVCPRO HD, AVC-ntra; XDCAM HD Movie, Sony XDCAM HD 50(4:2:2), Avid MXF Movie),and native Canon XF
R3D RED camera
SFW
VOB
WMV Windows Media, Windows only

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Supported audio formats:

Format Notes
AAC Including 5.1 surround
AIFF, AIF DV-AVI, Microsoft AVI type 1 and type 2
ASND Adobe Sound Document
AVI Video for Windows
BWF Broadcast WAVE format
M4A MPEG-4 Audio
mp3 mp3 Audio
MPEG, MPG MPEG Movie
MXF Media eXchange Format; P2 Movie: Panasonic Op - Atom variant of MXF, with video in DV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, DVCPRO HD, AVC - Intra; XDCAM HD Movie, Sony XDCAM HD 50 (4:2:2), Avid MXF Movie
WMA Windows Media Audio, Windows only
WAV Windows Waveform

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 supported Image file formats

Format Notes
AI, EPS
BMP, DIB, RLE Including 5.1 surround
DPX
EPS  
GIF
ICO Windows only
JPEG(JPE,JPG,JFIF)
PICT
PNG
PSD
PSQ
PTL, PRTL (Adobe Premiere title)
TGA, ICB, VDA, VST
TIF

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Supported video project file formats

Format Notes
AAF (Advanced Authoring Format)
AEP, AEPX (After Effects project)
CSV, PBL, TXT, TAB Batch lists
EDL CMX3600 EDLs
OMF  
ICO Windows only
JPEG(JPE,JPG,JFIF)
PICT  
PLB (Adobe Premiere 6.x bin) Windows only
PRPROJ (Premiere Pro project)  
PSQ (Adobe Premiere 6.x storyboard) Windows only
XML (FCP XML)  

*Limited support for older interchange formats

Adobe Premiere Pro CC Supported video formats

Adobe Premiere Pro CC lets you edit every major format, from mobile phone footage to 5K and beyond. Skip time-consuming transcoding and rewrapping when working with file-based formats. Adobe Premiere Pro CC leads the industry with incredible, thorough native media support, meaning you can edit virtually all of the major video, image, and audio formats natively without waiting. Industry-standard mezzanine codecs are also built right in with Adobe Premiere Pro CC on both Mac OS and Windows systems.

Supported Details
Native ARRIRAW support Import raw footage from ARRI AMIRA and Alexa cameras without transcoding. Native support means you won't waste valuable production time transcoding or rewrapping files, and you'll always have access to the original file's pristine quality. Files from the ARRI AMIRA camera are also natively supported, and LUTs can be applied on import as Master Clip Effects.
Native editing of QuickTime formats Import and edit all the popular QuickTime formats natively (including Apple ProRes and MOV files captured by DSLR cameras, and QuickTime and MOV files from the JVC ProHD camera range), with full access to clip metadata - no transcoding, rewrapping, or logging and transferring required. MJPEG media from the Canon 1DC is also supported natively with improved performance.
DPX import and export Work with DPX frame sequences as footage in Adobe Premiere Pro. Full control over parameters like black point, bit depth, and log/linear space allows nondestructive changes to be made at any stage of production. Import and export files that include timecode data embedded within a DPX frame sequence, allowing even more control when working with the DPX format.
Sony XDCAM, XDCAM EX, XDCAM 50, XDCAM HD, XAVC, and Sony RAW import with browsing and metadata support Import and edit content from Sony XDCAM, XDCAM 50, and XAVC cameras directly, without rewrapping or transcoding. Browse clips using the Media Browser and organize them using camera metadata. Edit directly from the SxS card via the camera or a card reader (XDCAM EX only), or use the Media Browser to transfer the content to hard disk for better performance. Sony RAW media from cameras like the F65 is now also natively supported, as is the ability to export to XAVC 4K. Native support for Sony SStP media is also included.
Native Canon support Work natively with Canon XF and Canon RAW footage, plus media shot on Canon DSLR cameras.
RED support Take advantage of a truly native, color-rich, 6K tapeless workflow to harness the full potential of high-resolution raw digital cinematography. Work natively with footage from RED ONE, RED EPIC, RED Scarlet-X cameras with support for RED Rocket, Mysterium X, and Red Dragon, as well as Color Science and Firmware RED camera advances. Get full parameter control and RMD file import and edit. Native support for RED R3D files up to 6K in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Encore software allows R3D files to be dropped straight onto the timeline without transcoding or rewrapping. A supported GPU can be used to debayer RED media offering greatly improved performance.
Panasonic P2 import with browsing and metadata support Enjoy support for native editing of content from Panasonic P2 cameras and across multiple P2 cards. View camera metadata and organize files in the Media Browser before importing and editing the content without transcoding or rewrapping. Edit directly from the P2 card via the camera or a card reader, or use the Media Browser to transfer content to hard disk for better performance. Export content in Panasonic P2 format, either to P2 media for use in a P2 workflow or to hard disk for archiving.
Phantom Cine support Natively import and edit ultra-high-frame-rate Phantom Cine media shot on Vision Research Phantom cameras for amazing slow-motion effects.
Native CinemaDNG support CinemaDNG is supported natively, so users of Blackmagic cameras or Convergent Design hardware can edit right away. A supported GPU can be used to debayer CinemaDNG media offering greatly improved performance.
Native support for industry-standard mezzanine formats Apple ProRes media can be natively decoded on both platforms - and are available on Mac OS X (v.10.8 only), along with many other QuickTime formats. 64-bit DNxHD encode and decode is available on both Mac and Windows.
AVCHD editing with browsing and metadata support Import and edit AVCHD content from Sony, Panasonic, and Canon cameras without waiting. Native editing means you can start editing content immediately without transcoding or rewrapping the content. Use the Media Browser to browse clips and view metadata.
Native AVC-Intra and AVC-Ultra camera workflows Import, play back, edit, and export AVC-Intra, AVC-Ultra, and AVC-LongG clips natively with no transcoding or rewrapping thanks to a true file-based workflow for these types of files. Export to AVC-Intra content at 50Mbps, 100Mbps, and 200Mbps at all common frame rates and resolutions.

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