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Dynamic Link. That way no rendering.
I gnerally make sure that the clips I want to work with are all on one track. I then duplicate that track and delete everything except that track. I can then import the sequence into After Effects, do the work, then use Dynamic link to bring it back in. Or, depending on the material, I just export a file out and use it to replace the original material.
Thanks again for your help Steven.
Here, I still don't understand. I use Dynamic Link to make motions graphics in AE and bring them back into Premiere. Everything works great and I love it.
However, what I am trying to do now is edit my video clips in Premiere (you know, trimming and arranging my "story" in the timeline) then I want to send specific clips to AE for effects like color correction, compositing, keying, etc.
My trouble is that if I import a sequence into AE, I get the whole Sequence, even the parts that I don't want to affect.
When I import a clip into AE, I get the whole clip.
I only want the "trimmed" part of the clip. Then I want to bring them back into Premiere and replace only the "trimmed" clip at its specific position in the timeline.
What am I missing?
Here, I finally found something:
The part where he says
"double click on that sequence file (important: do not move it into the timeline, just double click). and all you separate scenes/shots/files (cut in Premiere Pro) appear in the timeline in AE as sepparated layers. . ."
Was not obvious in any of the Adobe Manuals.
I would still be interested in anyone's workflow ideas in this regard.