Have you ever recorded some 1080/60p videos with OBS (Open Broadcaster Software)? Generally OBS saves files as MP4 or FLV. The files can be uploaded straight to YouTube or other video hosting site just fine. However, when you bring OBS recorded 1080/60p videos to Premiere Pro CC for editing goal, you may come across problems.
As we all know, Open Broadcaster Software is a great platform to broadcast live streams, so a lot of people have an idea of recording some game or match footages to their Mac as FLV files. After that they can do some changes to make them perfect through some professional editing software, such as Adobe Premiere Pro CC. But it seems that Premiere Pro CC and FLV files are not friendly to each other, this situation generally brings us bad emotion, right?
However for some reasons when I try to import OBS recorded videos to Premiere Pro CC, the video comes up black and will not function with the program. Do a Google search for “OBS recorded videos to Premiere”, some guys have offered their solutions, for example some plugins. And in this page, I will quickly walk you through the guide to bring OBS recorded 1080/60p videos to Premiere Pro CC for smooth editing and share with my experience.
To bring OBS recorded 1080/60p videos to Premiere Pro CC on Mac, the quick workaround is to transcode OBS FLV files to Premiere Pro CC natively supported formats with Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac, which is an all-in-one OBS file converter and is the first and best choice for you.
Step-by-step guide on bringing OBS recorded 1080/60p videos to Premiere Pro CC on Mac:
Step 1: Download, install and launch the smart Mac HD Video Converter. Click “Add video” or “Add from folder” button to load OBS recorded 1080/60p videos to the program. You can also directly drag the files to the main interface.
Step 2: Here, you need to choose what you want the output to be. Click “Format” drop-down list, and then select “Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas>>MPEG-2 (*.mpg)” as best output format.
Step 3: Click “Settings” button to customize the output video and audio settings by yourself. But if you are not good at it, you’d better use the default parameters, they will ensure you a good balance between file size and image quality basically. You can change the resolution, bit rate, frame rate as you need.
Step 4: Now everything has been settled, and don’t forget to set the file location. Click “Convert” button to start the conversion work and click “Open” when you finish your conversion to check your converted files.
Conclusion: Now, you can bring OBS recorded 1080/60p videos to Premiere Pro CC freely on Mac. Why not enjoy editing OBS recorded videos in Premiere Pro CC on Mac right now? During May 7th to May 14th, like our Facebook page you can get Pavtube HD Video Converter (Mac version) 50% off.
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