A Film Production, first put the footage (videos) on premiere and edit it there. If they want to put some vissual effects they put it in After effects... then i saw that they put it back in premiere and they export it in media encoder. this is how they do it to have so good quality and result? how i can put video from premiere to after effects and from after effects to premiere like a film production?
I just want to understand how they do it ...
I'm not sure if this is what you were thinking of, but one of the processes used is a feature called Dynamic Link. Its allows an editor to include projects from other applications right inside of the Premiere Pro project, like an After Effects project for example, the advantage being the editor can have both applications open and update or change the After Effects project and it is updated automatically in Premiere Pro as well.
This video shows more:
Hope that helps,
Adobe dynamic link is the service which provides you functionality to work on single file in Premier pro, Encore and After Effects at same time with out rendering
If you are working on CS5.5 or previous version then you need to install Premier Pro and After effect as a part of Production premium or master collection suite
however with CS6 you can enjoy dynamic link by installing Premier Pro and After effects individual product
You can visit following link for more information :
Not the only one, no. All I see is David's (and your) reply, way off down at the end of an empty webpage.
it's a bug Adobe Forum programmers are working on...
if the tags wrap it screws up the layout.
they are working on it.
If you resize the width of your browser it'll come good again.
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