How to import and edit Panasonic Lumix BGH1 4K H.265 footage in Adobe Premiere Pro CC? You need to transcode the H.265 files to Premiere Pro CC best editing video codec and format. You can read this guide to know how to convert 4K H.265 to 4K H.264 or 4K MPEG-2 on Mac.
Panasonic's Lumix DC-BGH1 is a new type of product for Panasonic: a box-style video camera that is designed to be as adaptable and flexible as possible. It can record 10-bit 4:2:0 DCI or UHD 4K/60p as well as 10-bit 4:2:2 4K/30 video. It supports both BR.2100, V-Log L and HLG gamma curves. Its heat-dispersion system allows for unlimited recording time. Slow&Quick modes allow for slow or fast motion capture. The BGH1 provides multiple ways to record your footage to high data rate files in the ALL-Intra Long GOP, MOV, and MP4 recording formats with H.264 and H.265/HEVC codecs.
So what to do if you capture a number of videos via Panasonic Lumix BGH1 while traveling and want to edit 4K contents in Premiere Pro CC, upload 4K footage on YouTube or Facebook, or transfer the recordings to a smartphone or tablet for playing on the go? Here, I'll share the Lumix BGH1 4K H.265 to Premiere Pro CC workflow.
The main reason for the importing issues is the H.265 format is not compatible with Premiere Pro CC well. To solve the problems, you just need a powerful H.265 Video Converter to transcode Panasonic Lumix BGH1 footage to best codec for Adobe editing software. Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is a professional and powerful 4K video converting and 4K Blu-ray rpping tool for everyone, applying which you can convert Lumix BGH1 H.265 to H.264 or MPEG-2, the compatible video format for Premiere Pro CC without any video and audio problem. Plus, if you got 4K video from Lumix BGH1, it can help you to deinterlace your files first for easier editing.
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How to convert Lumix BGH1 H.265 for using in Premiere Pro CC?
ote that the quick start guide below uses Acrok Video Converter for Mac screenshots. The way to finish your task on Windows 10 is the same. Just get the right version and follow the intuitive interface to get it done.
Launch Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac as the best H.265 to Premiere Pro CC Converter. Click the "Add Files" or "Add folder" button on to load your Lumix BGH1 .mp4 or .mov files. If you would like to join Canon G1 X Mark II video together, just select these files and click "Settings" button to check the "Merge all files into one" box.
Select Output Format
Click on "Format" bar, and select output format from the drop-down list. Editing Software category is are available. Here, you can choose Adobe Premeire MOV or Adobe Premeire MPG as output format. If you want to get 4K videos, please choose 4K MP4 under 4K category. For some common protable devices, special output formats are listed for you, such as Android, iPad, iPhone, Windows and so on.
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Tip: For importing Lumix BGH1 H.265 footage into Final Cut Pro X, you can choose Apple ProRes MOV as output format. To edit the 4K .mov and .mov recordings in DaVinci Resolve, you can choose DNxHD MOV format under editing software category. If you plan to edit Lumix BGH1 videos in iMovie, you can choose AIC MOV as output format.
Edit Lumix BGH1 Videos: 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.
Start Video Conversion
Click the "Convert" button, this 4K Video Converter will convert Panasonic Lumix BGH1 files to H.264 MP4, H.264 MOV or MPEG-2 MPG for editing in Premiere Pro CC on Mac immediately. You can find the process in the "Conversion" interface.
After conversion you can click "Open" button to get the generated video files. And now, you can import and edit Lumix BGH1 4K H.265 videos easily in Premiere Pro CC.