The successor to the acclaimed AU-EVA1, the new Panasonic AU-EVA1 all-in-one camcorder offers enhanced functionality at a very attractive price, making it ideal for many users. EVA1 features Panasonic's high-end 5.7 K Super 35 mm sensor to achieve 4K/10-bit 4:2:2 images from an extremely compact body. In camera recording, the EVA1 can capture in 4K, UHD, 2K, Full HD, and HD. In a future firmware upgrade, EVA1 will offer ALL Intra compression (400 Mbps) for in camera recording and 5.7K RAW output to third party recorders. The AU-EVA1 supports HEVC offering high quality content creation in the 4K and HD domain. In addition to HEVC, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC is supported.
In this article, we won't highlight more features of the new camcorder but focus on how to import Panasonic AU-EVA1 4K MOV videos Premiere Pro CC for further editing. Read on to learn the Panasonic AU-EVA1 HEVC to Adobe Premiere CC best workflow.
Based on our testing, when we tried to edit the HEVC (.mov) videos from EVA1, we found the high quality MOV files are not recognized by most editing software including Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Final Cut Pro X, iMovie, DaVinci Resolve, Avid Media Composer, etc. So, how to import 4K HEVC clips from Panasonic AU-EVA1 to your editing software correctly?
As far as we know, the basic reason why we can't work HEVC videos on Mac easily is that HEVC codec is a new one, and can't be natively supported even by the latest Premiere Pro CC, and so on. In order to make the Panasonic AU-EVA1 HEVC footage compatible with Premiere Pro CC, a workable way is to convert HEVC to your editing software most compatible format. Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is the solid tool to help users make the any 6K, 4K, 2K, 1080P and 720P files editable with different NLEs on mac OS X.
With it, you can effortlessly encode/re-encode HEVC footage shot from Panasonic AU-EVA1 for smoothly importing and editing in various non-linear editing systems (NLE), including Adobe Premiere Pro (CC, CS6, CS5), Final Cut Pro (FCP X, FCP 7, FCP 6), DaVinci Resolve, Sony Vegas Pro, Premiere Elements, After Effects CC, Avid Media Composer, iMovie, Final Cut Express and more. And there is no need to worry about the quality loss. You can also use this software to rip Blu-ray and DVD movies for personal entertainment. If you want to encode HEVC to an editable format on Windows PC, please get Acrok Video Converter Ultimate. Download the software and follow the guide to finish the conversion task.
How to convert and import AU-EVA1 HEVC for Premiere Pro CC?
Install the Mac HEVC Converter program and run it as the Panasonic 4K Video Converter. Drag the .mov files to Acrok program. Or you can also click "Add file" button on the top of the main interface to import video to the program. You can play AU-EVA1 footage via preview window. It's a free Blu-ray and DVD player software too.
Choose output format
Hit the Format box to select the specially designed video codec for editing in Premiere Pro. Here "Adobe Premiere MOV AVC (*.mov)" and "Adobe Premiere MPEG-2 (*.mpg)" are your good choice.
Tip. Adjust the video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video and Audio, Audio, Video Size, FCP XSample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc., by clicking the Settings buttion on the main interface.
If you want to edit your material, click "Edit" icon then go into video editing panel. You can trim your video or extract your favorite scene, rotate vertically oriented video with a single click, add image watermarks or text watermarks into videos, change video visual effects, adjust brightness, saturation, etc.
Click the "Convert" button to start HEVC MOV to Premiere Pro CC supported format conversion. After the conversion finished, you can easily transfer your HEVC footage from Panasonic AU-EVA1 to Premiere Pro CC for further editing without any problem.