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I can't import 4k videos from GoPro Hero 6 to Premiere Pro

I just got my new GoPro Hero 6, and I was really excited about 4k videos and high frame rate. But I had some problem when I was trying to edit my shoots in Premiere Pro.

 

I imported the video files into the Premiere Pro, but the program only showed it as an audio file.

 

It works when I am recording in 1080p (60 fps, 120 fps, 240fps) or 2.7k (30 fps, 60fps). (Or lower.)
But it doesn't work (only shows audio file) when I am recording in 2.7k (120fps) or 4k (with any frame rate).

 

And the same in After Effects.

 

Is there any way to fix it.
This is so frustrating.

 

Thanks for any help!


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Re: I can't import 4k videos from GoPro Hero 6 to Premiere Pro

 

Hi @vadonpeti and @josefs7807

Please make sure that your Premiere Pro supports HEVC and your device should be capable of playing HEVC.

You may contact Adobe to confirm.


Best Regards, 

-Jay 

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Sightseer
Posts: 4

Re: I can't import 4k videos from GoPro Hero 6 to Premiere Pro

4K 60

4K 4:3

2.7K 120

1080P 240

=> HEVC

 

So,use PR CC 2018

Sightseer
Posts: 1

Re: I can't import 4k videos from GoPro Hero 6 to Premiere Pro

same here 

so frustating that equipment worth of hundereds of Euros is not compatible for after processing. GoPro is company run by amateurs and as a such will find own end soon. Hope guys from china come up with eaqul action camera and then we all will shich. Meanwhile hope some smart dude will come up with some solution and let us know. 

For the money GoPro is taking from us this should be priority NO 1 as i said - **bleep** company same as Apple 

 

 

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GoPro
Posts: 4,809

Re: I can't import 4k videos from GoPro Hero 6 to Premiere Pro

 

Hi @vadonpeti and @josefs7807

Please make sure that your Premiere Pro supports HEVC and your device should be capable of playing HEVC.

You may contact Adobe to confirm.


Best Regards, 

-Jay