2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 5, 2011 11:14 PM by kdoc2

    After Effects with Premier Pro

    kdoc2 Level 1

      I've been using PrP 5.0 for 1 1/2 years now, but am new to AE. I do light documentary work and  productions for small non-profits-- and am just beginning. My question relates to what AE adds to what is now a very robust NLE in PrP. I can see a few additions like Warp Stabilizer and Lens Blur. But overall there seems to me to be a great deal of overlap, especially since I don't do Green Screen, Illustrator-like work etc. I'm not trying to be argumentative here, just asking where, once I've begun working in Premier (and Auditon or Soundbooth), when would I likely gain a benefit by jumping over to AE? Are there more or better effects? Do I need to learn Expressions, etc? I'm asking so I can concentrate on what to study in AE. Or, is it possible that PrP has gotten so good, that AE has become less essential for the likes of work such as mine?


      Thank you,