Edit original opens the default program for the file. It does the same thing as double clicking the file outside of Premiere.
You can either change the default program to AE, or open the AE project manually.
Like i said the desired behavior (Listed above) worked in CS6, when "Project link" was ticked in AE at render time
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The answer is doubtful. Popped open an MOV file with a hex editor, it appears the information for the source AE project location is part of XMP metadata but it's a fragile link (move systems, or move the AE file to another folder/drive and it'll break it seems), and neither Premiere nor Bridge will display it as a metadata field. I suggest filing a feature request.
I didn't think to look in the MOV file - It's the logical place to search, Well done Angelo
I guess the problem resides in PPro then, as you say the 'info' is being written to the MOV file by AE.
As this worked in CS6 and now not in CC, should this be a Bug report?
"Bug Report"... Sent.
Hopefully this can be resolved quickly
Not too sure if I'm supposed to hear back from a 'Bug Report' But, Nothing yet