I have been searching for months on end trying to find decent plugins for Premiere Pro CS. This is the only place that is near appropriate as far as I know to post this. If you have a repository or if there is a site of working plugins that are free for Premiere Pro please share the links, thankyou.
Since PPro5 is brand new (new code to make it 64bit) that means everything has to be rewritten to work
You might ask in http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere/premierepro_current/sdk
So none of them will work? or are there ones that are able to work on older versions of it but still compatible with CS5? Because I found one package with like 5 effects and it worked. I just read that some after effects plugins are also compatible with premiere so i'll try that also. I'm just aiming it build up a collection of plugins since I'm an effects man.
Well, specifically I was looking for ways to motion track. I looked at Icarus and VooDoo but couldn't find any way to get the data from them back into PPCS5. But besides that, by decent i mean not things like "change the brightness" or "fade transition" because it already has things that do those. The very little that I have found, they are all useless. I'm looking into pricing stuff for boris FX, I might save up for it even though it seems way expensive, for a indie.
What else can a 15 year old do
Be real nice to your uncle.
BTW: if I was your uncle..I would tell you to learn to "walk before you learn to run"
You have heaps to learn in PPRO before you need AEFX or any plugins.
Here are a few free plug-ins for Premiere Pro CS5:
Red Giant Quick Looks Limited - http://www.redgiantsoftware.com/downloads/quick-looks-limited/
Cartoonr from NewBlueFX - http://www.newbluefx.com/
Sometimes BorisFX gives away single effects as Continuum Units. You can subscribe to their newsletter to be notified when any become available.
For Mac only, Omino Suite - http://omino.com/pixelblog/omino-ae-plugins/ - These have only been tested with AE as far as I know. So your mileage may vary in PPro.
Wow! Thank you very much! I've started looking into the premiere pro apis for making plugins since i'm a programmer as well. Hopefully I can start to contribute to the community with plugins. Wish me luck, haha!
As Bill said, there is an SDK for Premiere Pro, with many different plug-in types. But for effects plug-ins in particular, you'll see in the Premiere Pro SDK that it is recommended to use the After Effects SDK for cross-product compatibility with both Premiere Pro and After Effects. So if it's effects plug-ins you're interested in, you can grab the AE SDK here: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/aftereffects.html
And the AE SDK forum is here: http://forums.adobe.com/community/aftereffects_general_discussion/afte reffects_sdk That forum covers using the AE SDK to build plug-ins for both AE and PPro.