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Old Jul 13, 2017, 03:01 AM
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Default H.265 to Adobe Premiere Elements 13/12 on Mac OS X

Any best solutions to the 4K H.265 video importing issues? If you are troubled in importing H.265 Videos to Adobe Premiere Elements 13/12 for editing on Mac OS X, you are coming to the right place. This tutorial is mainly going to give a topic on how to go through the workflow of H.265 codec and Adobe PE 13/12 editing tools.

In fact, H.265 (HEVC), a highly compressed format, is not easy for editing in Adobe Premiere Elements 13/12. Well, if you make the recordings editable before taking to the program, the incompatible error won’t happen anymore. As far as I know, MPEG-2(.mpg) is the*best format*for Adobe Premiere Elements. While for H.265/HEVC codec, it is not the editable codec that can be accepted by most NLEs, such as*FCP X, media players like*VLC, etc. In this case, someH.265 tips*are necessary for us.

To achieve your goal, we here would like to introduce you the*Pavtube*HD Video Converter for Mac,*which has upgraded to the*latest version*to decode and encode the H.265/HEVC so nicely. This professional H.265 converter is the solid tool to help users convert the H.265 to Premiere Pro supported MPEG-2 MPG without quality loss. It also offers the optimal profiles for other NLEs and media devices. Download the program to start the H.265 to MPEG-2 conversion task.

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