Can anyone confirm that if you speed up a video clip in PP and export it to AE via Dynamic Link at least half or more of the frames are blank.
The "Linked Composition" shows the correct duration in the Project window, but the timeline has a LOT of frames missing.
Mac OS X 10.6.6
Thanks for your help to confirm this while I find 'yet another' work-a-round.
Message was edited by: Pharther Phurther
This doesn't happen for me. If you encounter something that seems like a bug, please submit a detailed bug report.
If you want some assistance on this forum, please provide much more information. What versions After Effects and Premiere Pro? Have you installed the recent updates? What kind(s) of source footage? Has what you were trying to do ever worked before? What, exactly, are you doing? What other software are you running? Do you have any third-party effects or codecs installed? Tell us about your computer hardware. Does the problem only happen with your final output, just with previews, or both? What are your memory and multiprocessing settings?
If one has a "linked composition" via AE Dynamic Link .. always open it first before adding another one to a Premiere Pro Sequence in a new session.
If you don't and add another linked composition with a new filename it loses most of the previous AE linked compositions upon quitting and starting Premiere Pro .. at least for me.
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