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    Jake Sherlock commented  · 

    I have been going in circles. But as of this moment, the best solution that I have found - maybe new? Maybe not? - is to use 'Remux' in OBS under the file menu. I'm not sure if it is an OBS MKV format only thing or if you could use any MKV? My issue has been importing MKV from OBS to Premiere. This is the quickest method I've found so far.

    I tried the renaming method found on YouTube etc. (change extension .mkv to .avi) but maybe it's an OBS MKV only issue it didn't work.

    I've been struggling with using my Canon 600D (T3i). Recording more than 12 minutes at full res or beyond a 4GB file limit is impossible (firmware/canon BS)! I installed Magic Lantern. ML works great. It can record unlimited length in MLV RAW. However, the resolution is sacrificed to compensate for the camera's slow systems (Sensor to processor to SD card bottleneck) and, of course, Premiere doesn't like MLV files. A one and a half-hour recording were 30 files totaling 118GB. BUT!

    I am now using OBS to record from the camera over USB. Canon has a 'Webcam' driver for most cameras and thus OBS can record at full res, 24fps into mkv. I remux it and BAM!

    I sincerely hope this helps at least one person.

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    Agreed

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