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Old Aug 13, 2015, 01:55 AM
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Default Perfect to Import MP3, FLAC, CAF, OGG to Premiere Pro

Perfect to Import MP3, FLAC, CAF, OGG to Premiere Pro

Summary: To get the high quality editing effects, we sometimes need to convert the audio clips into Premiere Pro for a further dispose, right? So in this article, if you find that we have issues when importing MP3, FLAC, CAF, OGG to Premiere Pro on Mac, just read this guide and you will know more details on how to easily let Premiere Pro read these files without troubles.


According to Adobe official site, Adobe Premiere Pro can import lots of compressed and uncompressed audio formats including MP3, WAV, AAC, AC3 (including 5.1 surround), AIFF, ASND (Adobe Sound Document), BWF (Broadcast WAVE format), M4A (MPEG-4 Audio) and WMA (Windows only). Adobe Premiere Pro will not import audio in other audio formats such as FLAC, CAF, OGG, Apple Lossless ALAC, APE, VOX, 3G2, AUD, MP2, etc.

Why fail to import MP3, FLAC, CAF, OGG to Premiere Pro?

Adobe Premiere is sensitive to audio formats and audio sample rate. If supported compressed audio files are imported, such as audio in MP3, WMA, AAC, M4A, AC3, are imported, Adobe Premiere will conform the audio to editing audio in corresponding sample rate to the sequence that will be used in. Adobe Premiere will conform audio in uncompressed formats that were not recorded in a natively supported sample rate. Premiere Pro will not conform audio in uncompressed clips when you use these clips in sequences with matching sample rates. Premiere Pro natively supports audio sample rates are 8000 Hz, 11025 Hz, 22050 Hz, 32000 Hz, 44100 Hz, 48000 Hz or 96000 Hz. That’s way many people successfully use MP3 or WMA files, however some people experience problems. The fact is that MP3 or WMA is a highly compressed audio format which may be compressed with a sample rate Adobe Premiere does not natively support. In this case, converting MP3 to standard AIFF before importing into Premiere Pro will solve the problem.


How to convert MP3, FLAC, CAF, OGG to Premiere Pro natively supported audios and sample rates?

For converting MP3, FLAC, CAF, OGG or other incompatible audio files to Premiere Pro supported ones, we here strongly would like to introduce you the Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac (review), which matches with your sequences for fast import without confirming process. Not only for audio conversion, this program can also support the video conversion with a higher speed and easy operation work.


How to convert MP3, FLAC, CAF, OGG to Premiere Pro?

Step 1: Download and have a quick installation. There are no time limitation, no virus, and no unnecessary bundle apps while downloading. After that, click "Add" button to load your source audio file. You can load several files at once thanks to "Add from folder" button.

Step 2: Come to the output list to choose the right audio items for Premiere Pro as we mentioned above, just click the "Common Audio" to select the "AIFF- Audio Interchange File Format (*.aiff)". Some other suitable ones you can also choose as a try.

Step 3: Click on "Settings" to open "Profile Settings" window. In the "Sample Rate" drop-down under "Audio" section, choose corresponding sample rate to your sequence in Adobe Premiere.

Step 4: Press on "Convert" button to start converting your source audio.

Conclusion: When conversion is finished, on the Adobe Premiere, select "File">>"Import" from the main menu. Locate and select the converted audio file, then click "Open". The file will be immediately added to the Premiere Project window.


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