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Lopici Gaspar
XAVC HD and MPEG HD 422 (Sony HXR-Z90) native support in Premiere?
on Aug 9, 2018 at 5:02:35 am
Last Edited By Lopici Gaspar on Aug 9, 2018 at 5:05:14 am

Does Premiere support XAVC HD and MPEG HD 422 (Sony HXR-Z90) straight out from the camera (i.e., without transcoding or file rewrapping or other magic)?

Two main goals:
1. Most basic cut and paste of clip pieces (without any editing on effects, colors, etc) and export without any loss (so a pro-studio can do the post on such selected clips).
2. Full-blown, complete post to produce a finished show.

Sony HXR-Z90 rec set:
https://assets.pro.sony.eu/Web/supportcontent/Operation-Manual-EN.pdf
p. 115


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Ann Bens
Re: XAVC HD and MPEG HD 422 (Sony HXR-Z90) native support in Premiere?
on Aug 9, 2018 at 5:35:47 pm

Yes Premiere supports those formats for quite some versions.
1. Export with any loss means using a (visual) lossless codec such as Cineform, DNxHD, Prores (mac only)
2. What is the final destination of your project.

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Lopici Gaspar
Re: XAVC HD and MPEG HD 422 (Sony HXR-Z90) native support in Premiere?
on Aug 9, 2018 at 6:06:05 pm

Yes Premiere supports those formats for quite some versions.
so both (XAVC HD and MPEG HD 422) format will be read and handled natively without problem in Premiere, correct?
1. Export with any loss means using a (visual) lossless codec such as Cineform, DNxHD, Prores (mac only)
thank you.
2. What is the final destination of your project.
lecture theatre projection during the talks, big TV display in corporate events, etc. (50-3K audience)


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Ann Bens
Re: XAVC HD and MPEG HD 422 (Sony HXR-Z90) native support in Premiere?
on Aug 9, 2018 at 7:00:53 pm

You need to be more specific about theatre projection; there are many ways to do this.

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