Influx will allow you to import all kinds of audiovideo files directly and natively into Premiere Pro, Media Encoder , After Effects and Audition
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Technical Specifications

Requirements :

  • macOS Intel and Apple Silicon : 10.14 to 13 (Ventura)
  • Microsoft Windows 10 and 11
  • Adobe 2019 to 2023 included (Premiere Pro, Media Encoder, After Effects, Audition)
  • One license is for the same user on up to two computers not used at the same time

Notes :

  • Suffix your video files with .influx to import them with Influx instead of natively by Adobe, this way you will know for sure it's not Adobe decoding the files. Could be useful for troubleshooting Adobe and working around its bugs. BEWARE : if Adobe is able to import one stream but not the other (example AV1 incompatible video stream and AAC compatible audio stream), it will import it on its own without calling Influx, possibly rejecting the file (or for example only showing an audio track) ! This is an Adobe bug that we can't get around for now. Another solution is to use the "Overload Adobe" option in the Settings.
  • A file can contain multiple audio stream and each audio stream can have multiple channels, e.g. Stereo and 5.1). In Premiere Pro, if your first audio stream is shorter than your video track (for example a slow motion video), it will get silenced until the end of the video track length. If your first audio stream is longer than your video stream, it will get cut off at the end of the video track length. If you dislike this behavior which is similar to official Adobe importers, please contact us !