In this page, we will offer a simple solution to edit Sony PXW-Z190 XAVC S files in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Sony’s PXW-Z190 4K 3-CMOS 1/3″ Sensor XDCAM Camcorder continues the fine tradition of the XDCAM series of cameras. It captures 4K at up to 60p, relying on three 1/3″ Exmor R sensors that provide improved low-light capability when compared to standard sensors. The camera integrates a 25x optical Sony G zoom lens and an electronic variable ND filter. The camera supports a variety of codecs out of the box, with an optional MPEG HD license enabling you to shoot HD video.
To transcode Sony PXW-Z190 4K XAVC S for Adobe Premiere, here we highly recommend UFUSoft XAVC Converter for Mac to all of you which not only can deal with Sony PXW-Z190 4K XAVC S files to Premiere affordable video format, but also supplies other powerful video codecs for NLEs, such as Apple ProRes for Final Cut Pro (X), DNxHD for Avid, AIC for iMovie and so on. Moreover, this ideal converting tool is equipped with basic editing functions including trimming, cropping, adding watermark, removing audio and more. If you are a PC user, then please turn to UFUSoft XAVC Video Converter Windows version. Now, download the software and follow the guide below to start conversion.
How To Convert Sony PXW-Z190 4K XAVC S To Adobe Premiere Format?
Step 1: Add original files
Run the video converter, then click “Add File” button to import Sony PXW-Z190 XAVC S videos to this powerful program. Or you can simply drag the videos directly to the software.
Step 2: Choose preferred format
Click “Format” pull down list to select Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas> MPEG-2(*.mpg) as the best video format for Premiere Pro. WMV, MOV formats are the good choice as well.
Tip: Click the “Settings” button, you are able to enter the “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video and audio parameters for the converted files, including video size, bit rate, frame rate and more.
Step 3: Start conversion
Click the Convert button to start transcoding Sony PXW-Z190 4K XAVC S to MPEG-2 for Adobe Premiere Pro.
Once the process is at 100%, click “Open” button on the main interface to find the generated videos, then you can transfer the transcoded videos to Premiere easily and quickly.