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Kinga RupSony F55 mxf import into Premiere Pro
by on Sep 3, 2016 at 5:31:26 pm
Last Edited By Kinga Rup on Sep 3, 2016 at 9:23:48 pm

Hello,
it's a beginners question :) I'm going to edit footage recorded on Sony F55. The crew gave me disc containing files "proxyfootage" which looks like this:

Can anyone kindly tell me if this is indeed transcoded data ready to be imported into Premiere PRo CC (I'm working on PC) or what is the workflow (do I only need special plug in?)

Many thanks in advance!


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Shane RossRe: Sony F55 mxf import into Premiere Pro
by on Sep 3, 2016 at 9:37:42 pm

That's not transcoded, that's the raw dailies. You should be able to bring in the MXF files directly using the Media Browser

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Kinga RupRe: Sony F55 mxf import into Premiere Pro
by on Sep 4, 2016 at 9:00:46 am

Hi Ross,
thank you so much! It was a bit confusing: I've received two files "proxyfiles" the one containing files as on the screenshot I used before and also "rawfootage" which looks like below:

containing these:


I could bring files using media browser, but error message appears:
file directory:

error:


Would it be best now to transcode the files to use in Premiere, and what codec/format should I use (there is quite a lot of material, it's a short film, school project). The "rawfootage' is recorded in 4k (F55 raw sq) 24 fps. The "proxyfootage" is XAVC Mpeg4. Should I now best transcode the "rawfootage" files using Resolve to HD, Quicktime, H.264 for Premiere or another codec would be better? Any watchouts (probably lots :)
I'm really really thankful for this! :)


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