“Some google searching shows that i’m not alone with this problem, but i haven’t found a solution DJI Ronin 4D 6K RAW files plays in Premiere Pro CC (lagging terribly though) but not in organizer, where i get this error message “The selected files can not be played because your system does not have the required compresser/decompresser (codec) installed” Does the problems lie on codec?”
Premiere Pro CC is a video editing software application for nonlinear video editing, published by Adobe Systems which helps users turn milestone moments into memorable movies they’ll share with pride. When you try to load 4K, 6K and 8K RAW files recorded via your camcorder to Premiere Pro CC for video editing and customization, you will encounter some video or audio problems. Plus, even the Premiere Pro CC can ingest your RAW files directly, it takes a long time for rendering. In fact, there are some clues for users to check if they can not open DJI Ronin 4D 6K ProRes RAW clips in Premiere Pro CC:
1): Start a new project
Try starting a Premiere Pro CC project and placing one of your DJI Ronin 4D RAW files at the beginning of your timeline. This will trigger Premiere Pro CC to automatically download the components for this type of video. Once it has this component, your computer should create the thumbnails for the files. It won’t happen immediately – but the Organizer will work in the background to update itself as you do other things.
2): Download latest version of Quicktime, per the program’s requirements
3): Adjust the project settings for PAL/NTSC
Premiere Pro CC is a great NLE but it lacks one thing: you can’t edit RAW files from DJI, BlackMagic Design’s or ARRI’s cameras without first having to transcode them. Adobe ’s own compressor doesn’t support RAW formats and taking a detour via cloud-based services requires you to leave Premiere Pro CC which is a pain if you have many of those files to transcode. With Acrok video conversion software, that problem no longer exists.
If you still cannot import DJI Ronin 4D RAW files into Premiere Pro CC after all efforts, then you are advised to convert ProRes RAW videos into H.264, the most compatible video format Premiere Pro CC. To achieve the goal, here we recommend Acrok Video Converter Ultimate to you which can effortly transcode MTS into H.264 for Premiere Pro CC with fast speed and best quality. Besides Premiere Pro CC, it also offers some professional codecs for other NLEs including H.264 (DaVinci Resolve), DNxHD (Avid), MPEG-2 (After Effects CC). etc. If you are a Mac user, then pls turn to Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac which also can help you edit DJI Ronin 4D 6K RAW recordings into Premiere Pro CC, convert RAW files for editing in Final Cut Pro X. Now download the software on your computer and follow the guide below to start ProRes RAW to Premiere Pro CC native editing format conversion.
How to Convert DJI Ronin 4D 6K ProRes RAW to H.264 codec for Premiere Pro CC?
1. Load RAW files to converter
Run the top DJI Video Converter and you can import RAW clips to the program through “Add file” button or just drag and drop the files to the program.
2. Choose output format
Just click “Format” menu firstly and then follow “Editing Software” to set H.264 MOV format for Premiere Pro CC which are specially designed for Adobe editing software.
Advanced Settings: If the default settings do not fit you requirement, you can click “Settings” icon to and enter “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channels.
Edit RAW files: If you want to get 3D video for playing and sharing, you can click Edit icon to add 3D effects onto your loaded DJI Ronin 4D files. You can also do some editing on the file you want to convert, like cropping unwanted frame from clips, trimming the length of the file, merging separate videos into a new one for your smooth editing.
3. Start conversion
Click “Convert” button to start encoding MDJI Ronin 4D 6K ProRes RAW to H.264 MOV for Premiere Pro CC. When the RAW to Premiere Pro CC conversion task is finished, click “Open” button to get the exported files for transferring to Premiere Pro CC without any issue.