online docu states that premiere and AE will read xmp data, but this seems to be restricted to meta information like author etc.
does anybody know a hack how to make Premiere or AE interpret adjustments to a jpg file?
steps to reproduce:
1. take any jpg
2. open it in bridge -> camera raw
3. apply a drastic change (i.e. exposure -3EV)
4. click done in ACR
5. (the -3EV adjustment is now saved inside the xmp data inside the jpg file)
6. preview in Bridge will show the changed file
7. import the jpg into premiere or AE
8. none of the xmp adjustments are honored
is there a hack, and a way around this (without rendering a new jpg)?
this would be a big help for all time lapse shooters out there.
There's a difference between reading the XMP metadata and using it to apply image adjustments. If you open the Metadata panel in After Effects, you'll see that you can read the XMP metadata for a source file there.
Yes, I am totally aware that meta data like author and similar text is importted into AE. I mention this in my post.
My question was about image adjustments in the xmp data.
My point is that the documentation says that the application will read the metadata and can show it in the Metadata panel. After Effects doesn't use the XMP metadata to apply image adjustments.
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