The quickest way would be to download and install the free 30 day tryout of Premiere Elements 13 and determine the compatibility of these formats first hand in your computer environment. What computer operating system is involved?
Premiere Elements 12 and 13 have export for XAVC-S.
I am currently looking at the Premiere Elements 13 tryout from Adobe. If you post samples of your video in a Dropbox link in a reply in your thread, I will offer to determine if I can import them into my Premiere Elements 13 Windows tryout.
Please let us know the outcome.
But I suspect that Elements will not import the XAVC-I and XAVC-L codes, as these are 10-bit, 4:2:2, whereas the XAVC-S is a consumer only 8-bit, 4:2:0 codec.
I'll probably need to step-up to the Cloud version of Premiere Pro in order to import and edit these codec's. Shame, I was hoping Elements would keep me from having to rent the Pro version. <SMILE>
Thanks for the reply.
If I can find some online samples of video with XAVC-I and XAVC-L codecs, I will give them a look out of curiosity.
Best wishes. Please let us know if we can be of assistance moving forward.