There is no denying that Adobe Premiere Pro can complete all of the professional video editors. Easy integration with After Effects and Photoshop is a boon. However, when you import the MKV file into Premiere Pro, you may encounter many problems, such as not showing anything on the screen, or only the image, or only Premiere Pro to play the sound. So, according to Adobe, Premiere Pro only accepts AVI, M4V, MOV, MP4, MPEG, MPE, MPG, WMV files. And you can easily find that MKV is not there. Since Premiere Pro does not support MKV, in order to edit MKV video in Premiere Pro CS6 / CS5 or CC, you need to convert MKV video into Premiere compatible format before transferring files to Premiere.
To complete this work, you only need to get the Crobsoft video converter, which can help you convert the MKV to the video codec supported by Premiere Pro, while keeping video quality. In addition, it can convert all other popular video formats, such as MP4, MOV, WMV, MXF, FLV, ASF, M2TS, VOB and so on into the Premiere Pro compatible video format. Now you can easily get the tools and add the MKV file to Premiere Pro. If you want to transcribe MKV to Premiere Pro on Windows, go to video converter.
Note that this guide uses the screenshots of Video Converter Windows (Windows 8 included) version. The operation on Mac OS X is almost the same, just get the similar version.
Step 1. Add videos to the converter
Step 2. Select the output video format
Step 3. Specify the video, audio settings
Tip: You can output multiple audio/subtitle stream for mkv/mp4 format.
Step 5. Give the output file some effect
Tip: We will add more effects in the future.
Step 5. Start to convert