If you are a Premiere lover, you must be wanted to import and edit Nikon D3200 MOV videos in Adobe Premiere, right? Apparently, no matter import Nikon D3200 MOV video to Adobe Premiere or edit Nikon D3200 MOV video in Adobe Premiere, it's not an easy thing.
At the spring of this year, Nikon unveiled the striking D3200 camera. The D3200 is great for amateur users because of the lower price and higher pixels. It's easy to take photos and record videos by the excellent DSLR. Have you encountered Nikon D3200 and Adobe Premiere importing and editing issues?
You may be a Nikon fan like me, and you have got a D3200, it's great for us to take photos and record videos when we traveling. D3200 supports full HD videos recording, and recorded video format is MOV with H.264 codec. Nikon D3200 video format is good to record videos but is not easy to use in editing software, like Adobe Premiere in Windows. Premiere supported best video format is WMV format, so it's a good choice to convert D3200 MOV to WMV for Premiere with Pavtube HD Video Converter, you can follow the steps below.
Easily loading Nikon D3200 MOV to Premiere Pro
Step 1. Download and install Pavtube HD Video Converter
It's excellent software which can convert D3200 MOV to Premiere, more output formats are also supported, such as MKV, AVI, MP4, etc. Import the D3200 MOV video you want to convert by clicking "Add video" or "Add from folder" button.
Step 2. Click format column to choose the best video format for editing in Premiere
Click and choose "Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas...">"WMV (VC-1) (*.wmv)".
Step 3. You can customize output parameters as you want
Adjust the resolution, bit rate, etc according to your need; you can also keep the parameters as original.
Step 4. After these steps above, click "Convert" button to start converting D3200 MOV to WMV for Adobe Premiere
This D3200 MOV Premiere converter will help you convert videos with best quality, and then you can edit D3200 MOV in Premiere as you want with no codec problems.
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