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Editing presets for Canon Progressive-scan HDV cameras

This update provides presets that enable Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 to edit progressive-scan HDV video recorded with the Canon XL-H1 camera. Supported frame modes: 24F, 25F, and 30F.

More information about the Canon XL-H1 can be found at the Canon XL-H1 microsite.

To edit interlaced video from Canon HDV cameras, you should use the Adobe HDV presets that are included with Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0.

Note: Export to tape is not supported for 24F content. If you choose export to tape, the action will fail.

File Information

Product Premiere Pro
Version 2.0
Platform Windows
File Name Canon_Progressive-Scan_HDV.zip
File Size 8KB
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System requirements

Refer to the current system requirements for Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0.

Installation Instructions

After downloading a ".zip" file, use the operating system or a utility such as WinZip or PKZIP to access the file's contents.

Need help with downloading? See our Downloading Help documents.

To install the presets:

You must have a copy of Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 installed on your system.

1) Copy the "Canon HDV.xml" file into the following folder:
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0\Plug-ins\en_US\Editing Modes

Note: If you have installed Adobe Premiere Pro on a localized (non-English) version of Windows XP, the "en_US" path will have a different name, such as "ja_JP" (for Japanese). In this case, install it into the "Editing Modes" folder within this folder.


2) Copy the folder "Canon HDV" into the following folder:
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0\Settings\en_US\

Note: If you have installed Premiere Pro on a localized (non-English) version of Windows XP, the "en_US" path will have a different name, such as "ja_JP" (for Japanese). In this case, install it into the folder that corresponds to your language.


3) Restart Adobe Premiere Pro and click the New Project button. There will be new Presets in the Canon HDV folder; choose the one that corresponds to the framerate in which your source video was recorded.