You can keyframe any element of a mogrt created in PrPro in the ECP.
Each element will have it's own line there to work with.
Ahhh ... Mogrts created in Ae are more "locked down" ... they only user adjustable parameters are those added to the exported UI EGP panel in Ae. So, in Ae you should be able to alter that. And to get control in PrPro, you need to drag the item from the effects layer listing for the comp in Ae up to the EGP panel. Then the PrPro instance will be able to change that bit.
I don't think until now you can keyframe mogrts coming from AE.
They are meant to provide you with controls over the animation and
not actually customizing or altering the keyframes inside the animation.
Mogrts were designed to smooth the workflow between motion designers using AE
and video editors using Premiere Pro. a video editor will not bog herself down with
keyframing techniques, she would just change colors, alter the design elements,
change text (although font change is still missing), change position rotation and other
properties without affecting the essential animations and motion keyframes.
you can always still alter the motion and transform properties of the mogrt clip
itself in the 'Motion' menu and add an additional 'Transform' effect on it with all
possible keyframes that you can work with inside premiere.
Hope this helps
Yes, got all that. I was just hoping the opacity slider would be keyframe-able so I could change the duration of a fade in.
I guess you can write an expression for opacity duration and attach it to another
slider controller inside AE if I got you right, can help you out with some expressions
if you share screenshots of your workflow on AE
You can check with whoever created that Mogrt.
C'est moi, unfortunately!
@carlosz13485882 -- I have that in place, I was just hoping that having opacity available would mean no more workarounds. I had three sliders in place for Scale, Y position and start of opacity ramp. This new release let me kill two of the three. Just being greedy!