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Definitely. Just use the DV AVI format to exchange files between them.
Steve, do you know if it is easy to use?<br /><br /><br /><br /><Loretta_Zupko@adobeforums.com> wrote in message <br />news:firstname.lastname@example.orgNXanI...<br />> Can you use Adobe After Effects with Prem7?
It's not made for consumers, Loretta.
You can check with Chuck Engels over at the forum at http://www.muvipix.com He uses it. It's very powerful and can produce great results -- but it's not an easy program to master.
> Steve, do you know if it is easy to use?
I use After Effects and Premiere Elements. It's definitely powerful, but
there is a learning curve. Take a look at the free basic training video
tutorials at http://www.videocopilot.net/basic/ If you watch this set of
10 tutorials you'll have a good idea of the basics of how you work with
You can use Aftereffects and export the files and import it in Premiere Elements.
But between Premiere Pro and Aftereffects, you can even import the Aftereffects sequences in Premiere pro.
So YES, you can use any editing and compositing application with premiere elements, as long as you are exporting the output in a format that is acceptable by Premiere Elements, but you cannot import the sequence or timeline of any other application within premiere elements as you can do with some other interoperable applications.