Make sure you SAVE in AE before toggling back to PrP.
Delete the render files and re-rendered the entire sequence.
Hope it helps
Thanks for the suggestions. I do save before toggling (mainly because if you don't and then quit the Ae project without savinging you have a big mess on your hands), even though in Pr 5.5 with Ae 5.5 that wasn't realy necissary. The changes just updated like magic.
The workaround for this problem is to manually delete the render files and rerender everything. I think the idea was that you would just need to render the changes.
I'm guessing that the new "global performance cache" funktion is causing the problem. It looks like Pr is not getting the information about the changes from Ae. A classic case of a good function turning into a good headeche. The function is causeing exactly the type of delay it was designed to eliminate.
It would benice to know if others are having the same issue. It could be just me... ...!
Test again in a new project, not one created in 5.5.
Dynamic Link CS5.5, is not compatible with Dynamic Link CS6. You can import an AE CS5.5 legacy project into PR CS6, or open a PR CS5.5 legacy project that contains comps from an AE CS5.5 project in PR CS6. But if you want to make changes in AE, and have the PR project update to reflect those changes, you need to overwrite the legacy AE CS5.5 project. For example, open the PR legacy project, in PR CS6. Select one of the AE comps, and choose edit original. When the AEP opens, save it using the same name, to replace the 5.5 version with a CS6.
Here is another workaround that may be a bit easier.
Add an adjustment layer above your AE comp in PPro, and add an effect to the adjustment layer (three-way color corrector is a good one that won't make any actual changes to the adjustment layer, unless you actually change settings). This will force the layers below to unrender, and allow you to see the updated AE comp.
I'm too seeing this issue.
However I found a faster workaround than deleting the files fro their actual locations, if you close the sequence and open it again, the revised parts will show unrendered.
I have experienced this issue as well.
My workaround so far has been to change the opacity value of the clip in question and then reset it to its original value. Way faster than deleting and relinking any files and seems to do the trick for me.
~joris, I agree it's easier to just make an adjustment like opacity or adding an adjustment layer. I'm sure we'll see this addressed in some sort of update.