I currently speed ramp GH4 96fps footage in premiere up to 1000% on multiple clips in a timeline, then select all the clips and send to AE via right click "replace with AE." As soon as I'm in AE, I check all my clips and occasionally there is a clip that blacks out, when there should still be frames. These clips are already in a pre composition for some reason, when the rest are normal just mov files, even though some of the rest have pr ramping as well, so it seems totally random. I have no idea how to solve this and it is halting my workflow completely. Any help appreciated. I am on a PC platform running up to date PR and AE, with Nvidia and CUDA up to date.
When you say, "normal mov files", what do you mean? MOV is just a container format. There could be any of dozens of codecs inside an MOV container.
I meant mov file without being precomposes, sorry. Im going to try nesting the ramped clips in Purtnear first, hopefully that eliminates the movie clipping in aftereffects
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Answering my own questions a year later...
Make sure not to select "Scale to frame size" in Premiere, instead select "Set to Frame Size" before sending to AE or else it is placed in a composition in AE.