I did a video project for a friend a while back in which I used PS to create a 3D object layer, then imported it to PP. I was somehow able to rotate the object on the x,y, and z axis, and it maintained its extrusion depth and other shape properties.
The first problem is that I forgot how I did it, and am trying to do the same thing with a new project. The second problem is that I deleted that old PP file (but kept the final clip), so I can't go back and, in essence, reverse engineer the process.
I have attached a link showing the old final clip.
If anyone can help me figure out how to recreate this effect, it would be greatly appreciated.
Premiere Pro can`t do that. Maybe you can save the logo in a .ai from illustrator, and export it to After Effects. In Ae you can create a new composition, import the file.ai, able the 3D Layer and change renderer from classic 3d to Ray Traced 3D.
And you will able to add extrusion depth and rotation from z,x and y.