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Are you referring to CS4? Then probably not. However, in CS5 this is a shared setting between the programs and should thus provide full features in both...
See this page for an overview of ways to move things back and forth between After Effects. There are many ways, each of which have pros and cons.
> Premiere allows me to adjust ISO metadata settings, AE doesn't (or did I miss how to?)
Please explain exactly how you're doing this. I'm not aware of any difference between After Effects and Premiere Pro in terms of what changes you can make to the ISO metadata for source files.
This page describes how to work with XMP metadata in After Effects.
> AE lets me output at a resolution that Premiere doesn't
What frame dimensions are you exporting to?
In Premiere if you go to source settings you get a panel that allows you to adjust the ISO. In the camera this is purely metadata with no affect on the RAW image, but in Premiere changing this affects the output. In AE the metadata panel only seems to allow for the input/changing of 'passive information' like the name.
Dynamic Link did the trick. Cheers!