Extend the capabilities of Adobe Premiere Pro software to handle any post-production workflow. As an open, customizable system with broad support for leading post-production hardware, Adobe Premiere Pro CC gives you more options to accelerate and extend your editing workflow.
Skip time-consuming transcoding and rewrapping when working with tapeless and DSLR footage. Adobe Premiere Pro CC leads the industry with incredible, thorough native media support, meaning you can edit virtually all of the major video, image, and audio formats natively without waiting. Industry-standard mezzanine codecs are also built right in with Adobe Premiere Pro CC on both Mac OS and Windows systems.
Import raw footage from ARRI Alexa cameras without transcoding. Native support means you won’t waste valuable production time transcoding or rewrapping files, and you’ll always have access to the original file’s pristine quality.
Import and edit all the popular QuickTime formats natively (including Apple ProRes and MOV files captured by Canon 5D and 7D cameras, and QuickTime and MOV files from the JVC ProHD camera range), with full access to clip metadata — no transcoding, rewrapping, or logging and transferring required. MJPEG media from the Canon 1DC is also supported natively with improved performance.
Work with DPX frame sequences as footage in Adobe Premiere Pro. Full control over parameters like black point, bit depth, and log/linear space allows nondestructive changes to be made at any stage of production. Import and export files that include timecode data embedded within a DPX frame sequence, allowing even more control when working with the DPX format.
Take advantage of a truly native, color-rich, 6K tapeless workflow to harness the full potential of high-resolution raw digital cinematography. Work natively with footage from RED ONE®, RED EPIC®, RED Scarlet-X cameras with support for RED Rocket, Mysterium X®, and Red Dragon, as well as Color Science and Firmware RED camera advances. Get full parameter control and RMD file import and edit. Native support for RED R3D files up to 6K in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects®, and Encore software allows R3D files to be dropped straight onto the timeline without transcoding or rewrapping.
Enjoy support for native editing of content from Panasonic P2 cameras and across multiple P2 cards. View camera metadata and organize files in the Media Browser before importing and editing the content without transcoding or rewrapping. Edit directly from the P2 card via the camera or a card reader, or use the Media Browser to transfer content to hard disk for better performance. Export content in Panasonic P2 format, either to P2 media for use in a P2 workflow or to hard disk for archiving.
Import and edit uncompressed Cinema DNG media (or ProRes or DNxHD media) from Blackmagic Cinema Cameras. Cinema DNG can be debayered on a supported GPU for extreme playback performance.
Natively import and edit ultra-high-frame-rate Phantom Cine media shot on Vision Research Phantom cameras for amazing slow-motion effects.
Apple ProRes media can be natively decoded on both platforms — and encode and decode in 64-bit are available on Mac OS X (v.10.8 only), along with many other QuickTime formats. 64-bit DNxHD encode and decode is available on both Mac and Windows.
Work natively with Canon XF footage, including footage from Canon Cinema EOS C300 cameras. Spanned clips are displayed as a single asset in the Media Browser, reducing clutter.
Import, play back, edit, and export AVC-Intra, AVC-Ultra, and AVC-LongG clips natively with no transcoding or rewrapping thanks to a true file-based workflow for these types of files. Export to AVC-Intra content at 50Mbps, 100Mbps, and 200Mbps at all common frame rates and resolutions.
Import and edit content from Sony XDCAM, XDCAM 50, and XAVC cameras directly, without rewrapping or transcoding. Browse clips using the Media Browser and organize them using camera metadata. Edit directly from the SxS card via the camera or a card reader (XDCAM EX only), or use the Media Browser to transfer the content to hard disk for better performance. Sony RAW media from cameras like the F65 is now also natively supported, as is the ability to export to XAVC 4K.