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Most Efficient Way to bring Phantom 4 4K in Premiere Pro

This article focus on problems of importing 4K from Phantom 4 into Premiere Pro and provides an easy way to fix P4 4K and Premiere incompatible issues.

Recently, DJI has announced its latest drone the Phantom 4. Compared with its predecessor DJI Phantom 3, it has a giant leap in various aspects. After recording some stunning 4K footage by DJI Phantom 4, chances are you want to edit these 4K videos in Premiere Pro so as to make them more stylish, before uploading to YouTube or posting on Facebook. However, here comes the problem, the recorded MOV/MP4 files are compressed using the h.264 codec, which is final delivery codec and it is not one you want to use for editing. On this circumstance, if you are stick to editing Phantom 4K MP4/MOV videos in Premiere Pro, you'd better convert them to a more editing-friendly format for Premiere Pro like MOV/MPEG-2.

Therefore, you are recommended to transcode DJI Phantom 4K to a more compatible and less hardware extensive format. Here, you can achieve that with Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac, which helps to directly encode DJI Phantom 3/4 4K H.264 to Adobe Premiere Pro CC specially optimized MOV/MPEG-2 editing codec with all the compatible editing settings such as video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate and audio codec, bit rate, etc.

Besides converting DJI Phantom 4K for editing with Premiere Pro CC/CS6, you can also use the program to transcode DJI Phantom 4K to the best formats for viewing on 4K TV, uploading to YouTube/Facebook/Vimeo; or loading into FCP, Davinci Resolve, Avid Media Composer, etc for smooth video editing. For windows users, you can turn to  Dimo Video Converter Ultimate to get the conversion done on Windows 10/8/8.1/7.

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Converting DJI Phantom 4 4K video to work in Premiere Pro

Step 1: Run the program you just set up. Drag and drop the 4K files from DJI Phantom 4 to the Converter. You can also hit "Add File" button to import videos to the app.

Step 2: Choose Adobe Premiere as output format form "Editor > Adobe Premiere" for editing raw 4K in Adobe with natively supported video codec.

Step 3: Hit the "Start" button to convert DJI Phantom 4 4K to Premiere Pro. Soon after the conversion, just click "Open" button to get the generated files for natively importing and editing in Premiere Pro CC/CS6 as well as CS5/CS4/CS3 perfectly.

TiPs: You can also convert 4K to MP4, FLV, AVI, MKV, iPad, iPhone, HTC, VR, Samsung, etc.

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