Edit Canon EOS C500 Mark II 5.9K/4K videos in Premiere Pro

I’m Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 user, I like this software very much, I used this editing software to make many videos, some of the materials were shot by smartphone, some were shot by my Full HD camcorder. But I can’t load Canon EOS C500 Mark II 5.9K videos into my Premiere Pro CC. How to solve this problem? I wasted a lot of energy to copy them from the TV station.

The Cinema EOS C500 Mark II features Canon’s high-resolution 5.9K (38.1 x 20.1mm) Full Frame CMOS sensor, which offers exceptional low noise and a broad range of tonality with over 15 stops of dynamic range. The Full Frame sensor is capable of capturing footage in a wide variety of aspect formats, including DCI-4K, UHD and Anamorphic Widescreen. Thanks to the powerful DIGIC DV 7 image processing platform, the EOS C500 Mark II can record Cinema RAW Light directly to onboard CFexpress cards, which keeps the data-rich signal captured by the 5.9K full-frame sensor intact.

Canon XF-AVC proposes a H.264/AVC based format wrapped in MXF files. Filming in RAW gives you more options in post-production, but the file format has in the past been hard to accommodate. A couple of cameras (e.g. Canon EOS C300 Mark III, EOS C500 Mark II, Canon EOS C20 , etc.) are coming out with Cinema RAW Light and XF-AVC support. Although Adobe has added the support for importing, playback and editing of new XF-AVC MXF and CRM video clips since Premiere Pro CC (12.1.0 Build 186), many users are still having problems in importing and editing the C500 Mark II 5.9K and 4K recordings in Premiere Pro? So what’s the matter? What do we know to do to work with MXF and CRM files in Premiere Pro CC or Premiere Pro CS6 without any problem? Read on for details.

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As a professional yet easy-to-use Canon 5.9K Video Converter, 4K Video Converter, Apple ProRes 422 Covnerter, XF-AVC/Cinema RAW Light encoder and decoder, the program can effortlessly convert Canon EOS C500 Mark II video to ProRes 422 encoded MOV files – ensuring maximum editing quality and efficiency when working with Premiere Pro. In additon, the program can also help you transcode C500 Mark II footage to MPEG-2, Apple Intermediate Codec, DNxHD, H.265/HEVC AVI, WMV, FLV, MKV, M4V, etc. for smoothly editing or playback with After Effects CC, DaVinci Resolve, Media Composer, Premiere Elements, etc. Below is the detailed guide on transcoding Canon EOS C500 Mark II videos for Premiere Pro.

How to convert and import Canon EOS C500 Mark II video to Premiere Pro

Step 1. Import videos

Install the Apple ProRes Converter and run it. Drag the Canon EOS C500 Mark II files to the program. Or you can also click “Add file” button on the top of the main interface to import video to the program.

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Step 2. Set output video format

Now click the Format bar to reveal output panel. To edit your XF-AVC and Cinema RAW Light videos in Premiere Pro, you can also directly select Apple ProRes 422 MOV as the output format to get videos with optimized settings to fit the video editing app.

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You can choose Premiere AVC MOV, MPEG-2 MPG as output format too.

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Step 3. Start video conversion

Click “Convert” button to start encoding Canon EOS C500 Mark II videos to ProRes 422 MOV for Premiere Pro. Once the video conversion is done, you can transfer your C500 Mark II videos into Premiere Pro for editing smoothly with ease.


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