Use this document to understand how to work with FLV files when you are using Premiere Pro, After Effects and Adobe Media Encoder.

Issue

Adobe Premiere Pro CC does not support importing FLV files directly into your project, though you can import F4V files directly. However you can import videos in FLV and F4V formats into After Effects and Adobe Media Encoder.

Workaround

  • When you are working with FLV footage, use Adobe Media Encoder to import and transcode these files into a supported file type. For example, you can use the H.264 format to transcode these files and then import into Premiere Pro.
  • If you want to create a video to play in Flash Player, try using the H.264 (.mp4) format, instead of older FLV or F4V formats. 
  • After Effects and Adobe Media Encoder continue to support importing FLV files.

Issue

Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Adobe Media Encoder CC do not include exporters for FLV and F4V files, so you cannot export FLV files from these applications.

Workaround

There is no workaround for this issue.

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