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Da Vinci Resolve
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Adobe Premiere Pro
We have updated completely our Adobe Premiere Pro review.
Premiere Pro does not support MKV file format, unlike Da Vinci Resolve, which supports natively MKV files since version 18.6 released late 2023. But we explain how to use Adobe Media Encoder to easily convert that MKV format, and also other free plugins, so you do not have to switch programs.
Premiere Pro instead, supports MOV files. Users of these files have found problems with the MOV glitch. We explain how to solve that issue easily as well.
There are no issues with WebM format files in Adobe Premiere Pro. If you receive footage in that format for digital video editing, you will encounter no problems.