The only way I can think of is to work on each clip in a separate AE project (or maybe just a separate comp will work). Do a "Replace with After Effects Composition" on every clip you want to adjust, but only one clip at a time.
Ok, that was a bit of a headache, so i think I am going to render them all out to make things neat and tidy...
Now what export settings to use?
Video Co-Pilot recommends Photo-Jpeg...?
It's gonig back into Premiere (as mentioned) to be edited into the video I actually want and then exported as a DV AVI at the end.
Currently the footage is HDV.
I have about 140gb of space left, but ideally it wouldn't take up all of that!
I've used Quicktime Animation for a long time, but now I agree with Mr.
Kramer - I export Quicktime intermediate files as Photo-JPEG .mov
files. It's faster and produces smaller file sizes with no appreciable
loss in quality.
Cool, I will try that.
I am still working on stabilising the footage.
i think I am going to render them all out to make things neat and tidy...
That seems a waste of time to me if my ealier advice was followed. The clips in Premiere are ready to work with, no rendering out required. That's the advanatge of Dynamic Link.
I did follow your advice.
I am talknig about getting the files back across to PPro...
I managed to get the sequence into AE and I am now working on that, its the workflow thereafter I am concerned with now.
If you followed my advice, the files are already in Premiere Pro. They were replaced with AE comps that reflect any work done on the clips in AE.
I ended up exporting each clip as Quicktimes in the Photo-Jpeg codec.
This wasn't the quickest, but at least my edit was alot quicker and I now have separate origianl rushes and new stabilised clips to back-up separately.