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    Is there anyway to open a video using VC-1 in Adobe Premiere with out re-encoding the video? I read online that you could maybe remux it into a MOV file and it would work, but not really sure how to go about that, since none of the tools i use allow MOV output.
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    Give XMediaRecode a try.
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  3. VC-1 is a microsoft codec, so for sure remuxing into the apple based MOV will not work . It's only compatible in .asf (wmv) and transport streams, and PP doesn't have a wvc1 decoder

    One option is to frameserve in with avisynth and avfs, but the scrubbing performance will be low compared to as if you used a proper editing intermediate
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  4. Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    It's only compatible in .asf (wmv) and transport streams, and PP doesn't have a wvc1 decoder.
    Actually it's also compatible with AVI, Matroska, and MP4.
    Last edited by Marsia Mariner; 18th Jun 2017 at 20:22. Reason: remove pleonasm :-/
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