Users can export WebM with fnord shareware. Users cannot import WebM files natively, however, which is the feature request. On behalf of editor, Carleana ♡@carleana_ ^KM1 vote
While not so many PPro users have requested WebM import support, the free plug-in from our friends at Fnordware should do the trick.
When importing captions via an .srt file, the dimensions are incorrectly swapped by Premiere. (For example, I export a .srt file from another application at 3840x2160 pixels, but it imports into premiere as 2160x3840px and has to be manually interpreted in order to be corrected1 vote
We have completely redesigned the captioning workflow in Premiere Pro version 15.0. You will see this feature as well as many other dramatic workflow improvements. Please update to the latest version.
Learn all about the new captions workflow here: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/user-guide.html/premiere-pro/using/working-with-captions.ug.html
I just tried to import a file PM4 file from my Xiaomi Yi 4K+ and I am getting this nasty error: File Import Failure. The importer reported a generic error. ImporterMPEG (Importer:39) and ImporterQuickTime (Importer:57)
I am using PC Windows 10 Pro. However, I have another laptop running the previous version of Premiere Pro CC 2018 12.1.1 and there works fine. Please fix that nasty bug!!! I cannot use my files on the main PC!!!
I am including test video file and 2 screenshots. Try this footage as well: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gud6tbatwad0vl8/YI024701.mp4?dl=05 votes
Imports fine in current version.
I have the very latest update for my Premiere pro program. It no longer supports PNG!!! That's insane. Why would you remove any file formats
It can't possibly use up any band with to retain old file formats, yet you have eliminated many. Ones like AVI and PNG are still used for many stock photos and clips. Also, you can no longer edit an audio file in Audition, it always says file not found, no matter which file you choose. Hoping this is just a glitch because it's really slowing down my work flow.3 votes
Premiere Pro definitely supports the import and export of .png files.
If you can reproduce problem using .png files in current builds of PPro, please contact Support and provide step-by-step instructions on how to reproduce it; we’d be happy to help.
Will not work with iPhone videos. Most people use there phones these days for home videos as well as vlogg. Please help.
Will not work with iPhone videos. Most people use there phones these days for home videos as well as vlogg. Please help.1 vote
PPro successfully imports iPhone videos, including those with variable frame rates.
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