Lumetri color adjustments in Premiere will come through into After Effects now in the latest versions.
You could do your edit and a color grade in Premiere. Then bring it into AE.
I usually choose the Import Premiere Pro Sequence option in AE. That brings the Premiere sequence into AE as a composition with each cut on its own layer. You can precompose a cut if you'd like and AE's new feature can make that comp the same length as the clip (or clips). It's handy.
Thanks in advance for your quick answer!
I've already tried to import a Pr sequence in to Ae. But I can't understand few things (maybe you explained it well and is is just my english fault!).
The first point Is true. Once the Premiere sequence is imported in After Effects I can see some infos about lumetri in the project panel. So far so good.
I don't uderstand the second point.
If I import my whole sequence with many cuts inside it, in ae I have just a comp with just one layer! Or you mean to make in premiere a pre-comp (Pr sequence?) of each cut and to export each one of those in AE?
I hope you got my point!
To the second point, I don't mean to choose Import and then navigate to your Premiere Project. There's actually a menu command in After Effects to import a Premiere Pro project and, if you use it, it brings in a composition that has many layers.
I did what you said but I am still gettin one comp with just one layer
I took some screenshot so that we can be sure of what I am doing.
this is my Premiere sequence.
I save the project.
I open After Effects and go to file/adobe_dynamic_link/import_premiere_pro_sequence
then one window pop up asking me which sequence I want to import
after I choose the sequence I get this
Where are my cut/layers?
What am I doing wrong?
You don't want the Dynamic Link option. More like File>Import>Import Premiere Pro Project
Ok, thanks szalam, now I see.
I already tried this option in the past but I forgot to try it again!
So now my worlflow will be, assembly, cut and color correction in Premiere.
Then I import that to Ae to do all the stuff, tracking, 3d, titles and color grade!
Does this sound right to you?
Thanks in advance Szalam!
That's the kind of workflow I would probably do although I might do the full color grade in Premiere. My workflow is a bit varied depending on the project I'm working on. Honestly, what matters most is if it works for you!