I recieved an error when trying to open up a file in Premier CS5.5 after exporting the file from After Effects CS5.5.
Below is the error:
\\?\C:\Users\Kitt\Desktop\ADOBE\Adobe Premier Work\Phi Films CS5.5.prproj
Video Filter missing: AE.ADBE SubspaceStabilizer
Here are my steps:
I originally created a file in Premier CS4. I then opened it in After Effects CS5.5
I then exported the file in After Effects for Premier.
I installed Premier CS5.5
I tried to open the file in Premier CS5.5 and get the error preventing the file from being open.
Has anyone seen this error. Thank to all suggestions in advance.
That's nonsense. You need to render your footage and import that into Premiere. If the Warp Stabilizer would exist in Premiere, you wouldn't have had to apply it in AE in the first place, would you? You seriously need to read up on workflows...
Are you working with the demo's? The export Premiere Pro Project only brings the footage into AE, it doesn't bring in cameras, lights, or AE only effects. I don't know anyone that's ever used it. The only way to get an After Effects project into Premiere Pro so that the AE project remains in tact is to use Dynamic Link and that's only available as part of one of the suites. Production Premium or Master Collection will both have that capability. Two individual products or two demo's won't work.
As Mylenium said, read up on workflows and read up on rendering.
> The export Premiere Pro Project only brings the footage into AE, it doesn't bring in cameras, lights, or AE only effects. I don't know anyone that's ever used it.
David Fincher, for one. That's how they set up their compositing pipeline for The Social Network.
David Fincher ... Didn't know that. I'd love to see the workflow. I haven't done an AE project in a couple of years that didn't involve a 3D camera. Guess that's why I've never used the feature.
Speaking of export to Premiere Pro Project, shouldn't there be a warning that certain effects, cameras and lights will not be brought into the PPro project somewhat like the warning you get with export to flash?
I think you hit it right on Rick! My ultimate goal was to correct the Rolling Shutter/Jello Effect with After Effect CS5.5's Warp Stabilization. The original videos were caught using a Canon 5DMII DSLR camera. I do not have the Master Suite, only the individual suites of Premier and After Effects. I am only familiar with Premier and new to After Effects. True, I will need to go over AE lessons and workflow. To fix the Rolling Shutter issue I thought I could just import my Premier work into AE, drag warp stabilization over and then just export it back out to export as a video. I did not know I had to render anything. It sounds like the only solution now to get the Dynamic Link installed is to install the Master Suite. There seems to be no other work around. Thanks a bunch Rick.