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I don't think you can - I could not find a way. In the end I rendered out the few seconds I wanted from PP and used that in AE
Copy and paste should give you the trimmed clip with where it is on the time line. All you need to do is to use your "B" and "N" short cuts in After Effects and trim to comp size. Very fast.
tried what u said but it doesn't work...
Here's what happens:
Let's say u have a 3 min subclip of 20 min piece of footage in PP.
When u copy from PP and paste it into AE...
a. sometimes, AE will take the property (3min) and apply it to the clip, BUT the clip starts at the beginning of the source clip and not at the beginning of the subclip, as it should be - so u get a 3 min clip in AE that is not the subclip u wanna work on...
b. AE copies the whole source clip - and if ur comp setting are okay (regarding the time length of your comp) - it displays all of the clip on it's timeline.
--> meaning: u have to manually set the in & out points of the subclip AGAIN, and all effects u applied in PP (although the same effects exist in AE) are NOT applied...
Anybody else with advice on how to do this ? ;)