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>1)Now, is there a way to copy the settings I've already made for the
>other shots I need?
Simply select the effect and copy&paste. If some parameters don't come over when copying from the effects control window, try the alternative method. Hit UU to see all modified parameters in the timeline and thne select each of them, then copy&paste.
>2) Once I finish the clips from #1, how the heck do I get these shots
>back into Premiere Pro for editing?
You can render them to a format that supports Alpha channels (Quicktime Animation, Image sequences or use Dynamic link to import your stuff.
When I rend the clip I am working on to AVI it says it is going to take about an hour! I have about 20 clips I need to do this to, there isn't a faster way aside from buying a better computer?!?!
I was hoping there was a save feature similar to what you can do to update an audio clip in Soundbooth straight back into your project in Premiere Pro.
You can either copy from AE to PPro or export. Both methods are described in the manual:
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- Jonas Hummelstrand
I have imported one film into after effects and I want to cut some pieces from it and then merge them into one. How can I do it?
Please consult the manual on how to set in- and outpoints, trim layers, split layers and then render the composition to create the final output.