You got the problem Premiere Pro CC doesn’t show any video with AVC/AAC MP4 60 fps? Hope you can find answers in following page.
Today here we will have a short talking about the easy workaround to import and edit AAC/AVC
MP4 footage in Premiere Pro. From the forum online we knew that it seems there’s something wrong when importing AVC/AAC MP4 60 fps to Premiere Pro like the example showed below:
‘I have a BIG problem with the latest version of "Premiere Pro CC 2014 - release 2014.0.1"; I can't work with AVC / AAC video file with extension .mp4 at 60 fps. When I import the file into my "AVCHD 1080p 60fps" sequence, the video has only 1 "green" frame, and the video file doesn't show properly. With the previous version of CC, the 7.7.2. version, the same video works perfectly.’
Surely, it is normal with the update of the Premier Pro version, it is hard to import AAC/AVC MP4 as before. On the other hand, instead of MP4, MPG, MOV and WMV are the best for Premiere Pro. Maybe here you can have the MP4 to Premiere Pro Converter for Mac to have a try. It is a strong converting tool not only for Premiere, but also for FCP,iMovie, etc.
Any ways of using this Program?
When you have successfully downloaded the program, directly drag your MP4 files to the interface or by two buttons named ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’. On the ‘Format’ list, ‘Adobe Premiere Pro’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg), follow this item to get the best output video for Premiere Pro CC.
Can I adjust my personal settings in this program?
Before you start your conversion by ‘Convert’ button, in ‘Settings’ interface, we can do more adjustments like , video size, frame rate, or bitrates in default. In addition, in ‘Streaming ID’ you should select one to ensure the audio exists with output videos.