Welcome to the forum.
With out ADL (Adobe Dynamic Link), I would edit in PrPro, and then Export the Timeline in Lagarith Lossless, or UT Lossless CODEC (on the PC), or MOV Animation, or Photo-JPEG (if on a Mac). Create a matching Comp in AE, Import that file, do the CC, and then Export as the same format/CODEC. Import that into a new PrPro Sequence, or Project.
ADL does eliminate much of that Export/Import, but is only available if one has a suite with both PrPro and AE in it.
If all you're doing is color correcting, I recommend doing that right in Premiere Pro. There are plenty of built-in effects, or you can add something better like Colorista II.
thanx for your reply but i dont see anything about lagarith or ut lossless. i guess i have the
demo version i guess. this is really starting to agri
thanx for your reply, im using downloaded presets and i dont see any options to use those in prpro.
Does anybody else have any solutions??? I know im not the first person with this
problem. Help a rookie out please.
Here you go.
As a "rookie"... I suggest you should avoid After Effects for a while and until you get a handle on using PPRO.
PPro can do everything you probably need meantime (including CC).
EDIT in PPRO, FX in PPRO and CC/Grade in PPRO
Simply put...AEFX is un necessary (and not an obligatory) part of an editing workflow.
Many experienced users here have never used a PPRO / AEFX workflow.
Now..if you are determined to expose your self to the wonders of AEFX...you can use an "intermediate workflow".
Take a source clip into AEFX...do what you will ,with it ...then export an "intermediate clip" out of AEFX and import that to PPRO.
Thanx for reply, but as i said earlier im trying to use pre made presets that ive downloaded. The presets are downloaded in AE but i cant find them on PrPro.And ive literally been trying to get them on PrPro all day long. If theres a way to get them on PrPro please let me know. And please be specific if theres direction to doing it, i can navigate around in premiere but somethings i dont know what some people are talking about when they use abbreviations and stuff. Ive only been editing about a month and ive already done two music videos so i know a little but im sure i dont know much. And thanx again for replying. hope to hear back from you.
What are these "downloaded presets" that you are talking about?
What are they for?
Show us where you downloaded them from.
sorry i didnt mention that. they are color correction presets. Like cinema looks presets. These presets are my main objective right now. They are in my animation presets in AE. I cant remember where i downloaded them.
SO ...do these presets have a name?
Did they have an installation (.exe) procedure?
Are they for AEFX and Premiere Pro?
Is it a plug-in? (Paid / free)
(Infos all a bit vague and therefore difficult for us to find something that you have lost)
BTW: Has your original workflow question been answered?
The made up name for the presets are just the name someone made up so you wouldnt find any information about or nothing. I guess i could i say yes you did answer my original question but, my main objective was to get the presets to work in PrPro or get them to work by going back a forth between PrPro and AE. I found someone thats suppose to explain how to get them in PrPro so i think ill be alright. But thanx for your reply and input & it means a lot to a rookie like me thats only been editing for a month. And if you get a chance check out my first full length music video, it would mean a lot to hear from someone with more experience than me about my progression. I dont know if you like this kind of music because i guess you could say its considered gangsta rap. but to me its more about my editing than the music, so check it out if ya get a chance heres the link.......http://<iframe title="YouTube video player" width="1280" height="750" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/pJHThKKRoQY?hd=1" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>