In CS6, I am working a Premiere project, but I want to make a title in After Effects. So I have a title in AE dynamically linked to Premiere. Now, I want to bring the Premiere sequence into AE to work out some timing issues, but encountered an error (5027 ::12). What specifically does that error mean? Are we not able to round trip between AE and Premiere? And if not, what is the workaround?
Import the .prpro file into AE without the linked title on it. Then you can see your footage and then edit your title on top of it. Then you can switch betwee AE and PrPro and the edits will automatically update when you switch between them.
Yes. Doing the title after your footage is edited will make things a lot easier because you won't have to keep tweeking your titles every time you make an edit. I usually edit first, then After Effects, and then render the AE file out of Adobe Media Encoder.
Sometimes you have to make exceptions but that's generaly the workflow I use.
Does it make a difference between importing and dynamic linking? The premiere sequence imports either way, but I am not able to see it under my title sequence. Mostly a bunch of markers, but no actual footage or sound from the premiere sequence. In AE, the premiere sequence should be at the bottom of the composition, correct? I am working with a template AE title sequence and there are quite a few elements in it that I don't understand. ANd I still get the error message on import to AE
Like I said, I am working with a template project from Footage Firm or something like that. Something about it keep freezing Premiere every time I playback a part that includes the title. I am not able to post a print screen on the forum for some reason
Screenshots and sample movies are often very useful in showing exactly what you're seeing, and can thus make getting an answer faster and easier. FAQ: How do I capture and post a screen shot or video?
And, with this and on another project with a title sequence, AE is re-rendering timeline portions that have already rendered. I thought that if you do a RAM preview or a spacebar playback, you should get a green bar and it should playback realtime after that.But each time the green bar goes away (without any edits done) and it has to render again
Didn't work. Doesn't matter if I delete the AE comp out of Premiere in either direction. There's something wrong in premiere and AE whenever the title sequence is being played through. So, I am removing elements of the comp until it plays normally. The template comp was pretty elaborate, and a lot of things, nulls, camera movement, focus changes. Probably a lot more than I need. It is frustrating though that AE can't play through without rendering and going through a period of 'not responding' grayed out screen. I have no idea what all the elements are doing in the sequence. As I remove elements and effects and layers, the comp becomes more like something I could have done in Premiere alone. Looks like I may not have enough cache drive space.