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You may want to purchase Color Finesse for PPRO. That way, you won't run into any of these problems.
That, or have you used Dynamic Link to get your After Effects material into Premiere Pro?
actually, it looks like your after effects plugin would work in premiere pro. just copy the plugin file for Color Finesse and paste it in your adobe premiere plugins folder, and see what happens. I'm guessing it will work just fine.
Thanks for all the suggestions guys, all good ideas.
Aanarav, Your idea to just get Color Finesse for premiere I suppose I could do. It's $545 which isn't exactly pocket change, but it would probably be worth it, if there is another way other than breaking the bank book for software I already own i'd like to try to get away with it.
Dynamic link is unfortunately a feature only of the production studio package which is like $1100 upgrade from what I have...so that's kinda out of the question for me.
Great idea here. I really thought it might work since premiere seems to use what are called after effects plugin files too. But after copying and pasting for a while it doesn't look like it actually sees it as a plugin anywhere I paste it. :( If anyone knows of a way to get that to work I would be seriously grateful!
I guess it sounds like the only way out is to spend cash, sigh such is so often the case is seems.
Name: Bob Currier
Date: Jul 7, 2007 at 11:34:37 am
Subject: Re: Plugin that came with CS3 Prod Premium
Yes, as in After Effects 6.5 and 7.0, the bundled copy of Color Finesse is the "LE" version, which works only in After Effects, and only in the version it is bundled with.
Unlike 6.5 and 7.0, After Effects CS3 contains Color Finesse 2.1, a greatly enhanced version compared to Color Finesse 1.5 which shipped with 6.5/7.0.
If you want to use Color Finesse in other host applications (such as Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro) , you'll need to upgrade to the "PI" version of Color Finesse. We do offer a discounted deal for the "LE to PI" upgrade; the cost is $375.
More information on Color Finesse upgrades can be found here.
Just wanted to let you know that if you apply the three way color corrector in PPRO and then open the timeline in AE, the color corrector filter carries over. It doesn't have the color wheels, but it still works. You can even save the color corrector as an animation preset in AE so that you can apply it to new footage in AE. Hope this was what you were looking for?