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> Hi guys,
> Hopefully this is an easy problem as it's my first time exporting from After Effects (CS3) to Premiere (CS3). I keep getting a 'load project' box and it tells me that all my filters are missing; keylight, hue and saturation, choker, fill etc. and the project doesn't open then.
> Can anyone tell me what i'm doing wrong. Thanks for your help. Forums rule!
How are you getting it to Premiere? You should be able to use any AE
Composition in Premiere (CS3 and higher) through Dynamic Link.
Hi mate. Literally saving exporting my comp in AE to Premiere Pro. Nothing happens automatically, I open Premiere from my applications and import the project. I've always used final cut so this may be why I sound a bit slow.
Thanks for helping me out.
> Hi mate. Literally saving exporting my comp in AE to Premiere Pro. Nothing happens automatically, I open Premiere from my applications and import the project. I've always used final cut so this may be why I sound a bit slow.
> Thanks for helping me out.
From Livedocs CS3
If you do File, Export, Adobe Premiere Pro Project, Live Docs says
Premiere will use the settings from the FIRST composition in the AE
Project for all subsequent sequences.
If using Dynamic Link, from Premiere, choose File - Adobe Dynamic Link -
Import After Effects Composition. Choose the appropriate AEP file and
then choose one more more compositions.
Drag an AE Comp to the Premiere Project Panel
File - Import, choose AE Project, click Open and follow any dialog prompts
Drage a whole AE proj file to the Premiere Project panel and follow any
Nice thing about Dynamic Links is if you want something changed in the
AE Comp, you simply change it in AE and any change will ripple right
through to Premiere. In CS3 you can only go AE to Premiere, but starting
in CS4 I understand you can go both ways and take a bit of Premiere
footage or even just a range of that footage, and shuffle it off to AE
without the intermediate render step.
Thanks so much for your detailed response. Seem to have it sorted now, thanks again. If you ever need any advice I'm really good at cooking curry, so if you need any curry related questions...I'm your man.