Summary: This article aims to help those who have troubles of working Canon EOS 1300D/T6 footage with Premiere Pro. It demonstrates the best workflow of importing and editing Canon EOS 1300D/T6 clips in Premiere Pro.
The Canon EOS 1300D (also known as the EOS Rebel T6) is a budget-friendly DSLR with an 18MP APS-C-size sensor. It uses Canon’s DIGIC 4+ image processor which offers an ISO range of 100-6400, expandable to 12800, as well as 3p fps burst shooting. It features a 9-point AF system with a cross-type sensor at the center. The EOS T6 is also outfitted with a 3-inch, 920,000-dot LCD or, of course, an optical viewfinder. The T6 features a host of scene modes, including a Scene Intelligent Auto mode, plus numerous creative filters. 1920 x 1080 Full HD videos can be captured at 30p or 24p, 1280 x 720 videos can be captured at 60p, and 640 x 480 videos can be captured at 30p.
When you got some Canon 1300D/T6 MOV footage, chances are you want to edit your Canon MOV in Adobe Premiere Pro, or other video editing software for making your own masterpiece. However, H.264 codec is actually not ideal for video editing, and Premiere Pro can't support H.264 codec natively. On this case, if you stick to editing H.264 MOV files recorded from Canon 1300D/T6 with Premiere Pro, the best workaround is to transcode H.264 MOV to MPEG-2, which ensures the maximum editing efficiency and quality when working with all versions of Premiere Pro.
To finish the task, you're highly recommended to adopt Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac. With it, you can easily transcode MOV to MPEG-2, with fast converting speed and excellent output quality. The all-in-one toolkit can also convert among all popular video format like AVI, MKV, VOB, WMV, FLV, etc. for convenient editing and playing on Mac OS X (Yosemite, El Capitan included). For Windows users, please get Brorsoft Video Converter. Just follow the guideline below, you can convert and import MOV clips to Premiere Pro easily and successfully.
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How to convert and import Canon 1300D / T6 MOV files to Premiere Pro
Step 1. Install and run the MOV to MPG Converter Mac; click "Add" icon to load your source videos. You can also use the drag-and-drop method to load the media files to the application UI.
Step 2. Click on the "Format" bar and choose a best editable format. For editing EOS 1300D MOV in Adobe Premiere, choose Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas --> MPEG-2(*.mpg) as output format.
Step 3. Set proper video/ audio parameters. Click the "Settings" button and set proper video/ audio parameters. You can reset set the video size, bitrate and fame rate.
Step 4. Hit the convert button, it will start converting Reble T6 MOV videos to Premiere Pro most compatible format immediately. Soon after the conversion, just click "Open" button to get the generated files for natively editing in Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5/CS4 perfectly.
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