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This is NOT your fault!! This is a definite bug that I have to keep contending with. What you need to do is open After Effects and right click on the missing files and pick replace with footage and then "file". Navigate to the folder where your files are and hit ok. They will come back on line and also they will actually remember the in and out points. PITA.
I read about your struggles in a search. My problem is a bit different since these were just segments of one single clip cut up in Premiere, and each segment was color corrected in AE.
I think I blew it by closing AE and Premiere before rendering each of the segments and saving each as a separate clip.
Next time I will know better. By the way, I have had no problem doing this and saving the corrected segments before shutting down.
>I think I blew it by closing AE and Premiere before rendering each of the segments and saving each as a separate clip.
That should not effect it in any way. That is the whole idea behind dynamic link. Moving back and fourth. Your problem is the same as mine in certain ways. You need to re link the footage.
Tried that. It didn't work. There were no files to link to in the project. I guess that is because they were all just segments of a single clip.
They were represented by the pink icon and the color bar thumb but had no link to anything. Tried dynamic linking that process again and everything worked fine--but this time I didn't close either Prem or AE. Thanks again.