Supported file formats Learn about the latest digital cameras and broadcast formats that Premiere Pro supports. Transferring and importing files In this in-depth article you'll explore the different ways of importing assets into your projects in Premiere Pro, including transferring assets from popular file-based media and other computers. Importing sequences, clip lists, and compositions Learn about the efficient workflows Premiere Pro offers to import sequences and clips from other Premiere Pro projects, including importing After Effects compositions. Importing still images Learn how to import individual still images into Premiere Pro, or import a series of still images as a sequence from other Adobe applications such as Photoshop and Illustrator. Importing digital audio Importing audio is a common task in post-production. Learn how to import digital audio clips in Premiere Pro while keeping quality as high as possible. Importing assets from tapeless formats Learn the essentials of importing assets from tapeless formats using the Media Browser in Premiere Pro. Importing XML project files from Final Cut Pro Import projects, selected clips, or selected sequences exported from Final Cut Pro as XML files. Learn easy it is to do it in Premiere Pro. Capturing and digitizing footage An important step before editing is capturing and digitizing footage. Explore the different ways in which you can capture and digitize footage from your device or card into Premiere Pro. Batch capturing and recapturing Learn about batch capturing, a technique that lets you log In and Out points for a number of clips at once in Premiere Pro. Working with timecode Learn about applying timecode to video in Premiere Pro, choosing the display format, and different ways of viewing the timecode. Setting up your system for HD, DV, or HDV capture Tips, tricks, and best practices to set up your Premiere Pro system for HD, DV, or HDV capture. Capture HD, DV, or HDV video Learn how to capture audio and video from an HD, DV, or HDV device into Premiere Pro. Support for growing files Do you have video files that are growing in duration after they are ingested? Premiere Pro supports growing files. Learn more in this Help article. Digitizing analog video Wondering if you can edit video shot in analog format? Learn all about digitizing analog video in Premiere Pro. Create clips for offline editing Learn how to create low-resolution clips for offline editing, which you can replace with high-resolution clips for online editing. Some content linked from this page may appear in English only.