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Melanie EastonPinnacle files into Premiere Pro - what are my options?
by on Jan 18, 2015 at 11:19:27 pm

Hello,

A few years ago I was using Pinnacle to edit a small project. It was left abandoned for awhile, and I've since moved on to working in Premiere Pro. I'd now like to go back and finish my old project - unfortunately it's still a Pinnacle project. Googling and searching this forum indicates that there is no way to convert a Pinnacle project into a Premiere Pro project file - what would be my best option here? Just export what I've got from Pinnacle and import that into Premiere Pro as a single big clip? Suggestions welcomed here - export settings are not my forte.

Thanks in advance.


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Ann BensRe: Pinnacle files into Premiere Pro - what are my options?
by on Jan 19, 2015 at 12:15:05 am
Last Edited By Ann Bens on Jan 19, 2015 at 12:17:02 am

[Melanie Easton] "Just export what I've got from Pinnacle and import that into Premiere Pro as a single big clip"

That is your only option.
Or import all the clips and start over and use the big clip as a reference.

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Melanie EastonRe: Pinnacle files into Premiere Pro - what are my options?
by on Jan 19, 2015 at 12:44:44 am

Alright, that's what I thought but hoped there might be a different/better option I wasn't aware of.

Thanks anyway!


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Joel EvansRe: Pinnacle files into Premiere Pro - what are my options?
by on Jan 30, 2015 at 10:45:10 pm

What if you go into Pinnacle, render the project as an .AVI file.

Then import to Premiere.


Thank you for taking the time to post.





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Melanie EastonRe: Pinnacle files into Premiere Pro - what are my options?
by on Mar 25, 2015 at 5:17:27 am

Sorry for the extreme delay, I only just saw this now.

Yes I could render it out to an AVI, although the quality probably wouldn't be very good.

I think this may be the only real option, it's just going to hurt the quality I won't be able to edit the individual clips any further. Shame there's not a better option for moving a project file between these programs - although I guess the programs make them incompatible deliberately.


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