4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 19, 2013 3:46 PM by Jim_Simon

    Replace with After Effects Composition fail




      I've been working my way though the Adobe Classroom In A Book for Premier Pro CS6 (For anyone who has the book I'm on p.308).

      The book simply describes the method of getting a clip into After Effects as right clicking the clip on the timeline and selecting the Replace with After Effects Composition option from the popup menu.

      My problem is this option is grayed out.

      Now, I do have Premier Pro and After Effects both installed from Adobes Creative Cloud. I was worndering if the issue was that After Effects is in the CC version and Premier Pro is the CS6 version. Not sure if this should create this type of problem though.


      Any ideas on this problem???


      Many thanks in advance.