Im using Premier Pro CC 2015.3 (just updated) and it now seems to load X5R files directly after using DJI Camera Exporter without the need to use SlimRAW (which I just purchased a few days ago). Just use Media Browser, click on file and drag into project, nice.
I have a simple question about the Adobe Premier Pro workflow.
I'm not sure if I'm doing right. I use the DJI Camera Exporter to export the RAW footage to my PC. It creates a directory with a lot of single RAW files inside.
When using Adobe Premier, I import the whole directory on "media import" and after that I paste it to my timeline. All individual frames are now shown there at the timeline (not like a movie file).
The odd thing is: the time of the footage is completely wrong. Instead of 30 seconds it'll show hours...
Am I doing it right? Is there a way to import the media as a video file (like an MP4)?
It would seem that actually getting the files into Premiere is no longer a problem - individually! My current gripe is that I have a project with about 40-50 RAW clips that I want to import, and I can only import them individually. That's a SERIOUS pain in the ***. Has anyone found a way to bring them all in at once, like Resolve 12.5?
I have a vague recollection that somebody solved this problem by running the DNG files through SlimRaw.
Damon Cooper is the one to ask about this.