How can I make a transition in after effects more general, so that I have not to inklude the video stuff in after effects.
You can't. That's just how it works. Your comp in AE simply becomes a clip in Premiere and by its nature a clip is a flat stream. Any work to edit such stuff therefore relies on doing it in AE. Of course you can get crazy and build all sorts of templates and mattes and employ every trick in the book to use them in premiere, but why woulkd you? The facts won't change - some stuff is simply too complex and requires AE.
thanks I am understanding what you are meaning.
But how does such greenbox transitions works?
I see some templates/animation where pictures can be replaced by using a green box like here:
I gues that I make green boxes in after effects, but how do I insert real pictures in premiere pro?
Do I use object tracking in premiere pro?
I do not understand the magic yet :-)
Many thanks in advance.
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None of that stuff will require any keying at all. you simply build it and use AE's ability to generate a proper Alpha transparency, which Premiere will fully use and recognize. Then it's merely a matter of adding a second video track below.
OK thanks for your help. I will try to find some tutorials regarding to your keywords.