How To Edit INSV Files With Proxies In Premiere Pro

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Does Premiere Pro lag when you edit INSV files? It’s really frustrating. But today I am going to share with you how to edit INSV files flawlessly with Proxies on Premiere Pro.

How To Edit INSV Files With Proxies In Premiere Pro

STEP 1: DOWNLOAD INSTA360 STUDIO FOR X

This software contains the Premiere Pro plugin which allows you to import INSV files into Premiere Pro. Visit Insta360 One X downloads and download the latest version of Studio For One X.

STEP 2: INSTALL INSTA360 STUDIO FOR ONE X

Right click the installation file, and click Run As Administrator. Click OK for English language. Studio will install in this directory. Click Next. It’s going to overwrite the files already in this directory from the previous version. Click Yes. A shortcut will be created. And click Next. Here is the Premiere Pro Plugin. It is checked by default. Click Next and Install. Once that’s done, agree to the terms and click Install. If it fails then don’t worry. It will still work. No need to launch it. Uncheck it and click Finish. Now you will be able to import INSV files directly into Premiere Pro.

STEP 3: CREATE PROXIES IN PREMIERE PRO

A Proxy file is a smaller lighter version of the original file. This will let you edit your 5.7K video flawlessly on computers with less processing power. Open Premiere Pro. Create a New Project. Give it a name. And choose a folder for your project.

In Ingest Settings, click Ingest, and Create Proxies. In Preset, select VR 2048 by 1024 Monoscopic. Now when you import a 5.7K INSV file into Premiere Pro, it will automatically create a 2048 by 1024 version of the same video. Premiere Pro will now edit your video using the smaller video file instead of the original 5.7K INSV file. And now you can import your 5.7K INSV files into Premiere Pro for editing.