How to import 4k cinema dng on premier pro 2014

how to import 4k cinema dng on premier pro 2014 ?

Wow.  Thanks Colin.
When I follow your approach, I don't get the same "sequence preset" dialog box popping up.    
FU question, though, the motion is frequently jagged.  Is there a way to smooth out/increase the quality of the rendering?    I have 16gb ram, Mac Pro.   which is able to handle iPhone video rending fine in quicktime.   (I've tried rendering for "performance" and "memory" but both seem to produce, eh results.).
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