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  • MotionVFX and mFlare in Premiere

  • jerry wise

    June 19, 2018 at 4:09 pm

    Bought mFlare for Premiere a few years ago. i worked well on my older versions of Premiere. Yesterday i wanted to use it again but it didn’t work in my CC version 2017.1.2. filed a report to MotionVFX and below is the response.
    But it works in After Effects and Final Cut X. Weird.
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    Zbigniew Jaroszek, Jun 19, 11:11 CEST:
    Hello Jerry,

    I’m afraid that, due to low demand and very high support complexity (Adobe seems to mess a LOT of stuff in their updates) we were forced to drop our support for their apps nearly 2 years ago.

    If you’ll have any further questions, don’t hesitate to ask!

    Regards,
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    Zbigniew Jaroszek
    motionVFX.com
    MotionVFX – Original Home of Apple Motion Templates and FCPX Plugins
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    jerry wise, Jun 18, 19:27 CEST:
    I open Premiere CC 2015.2 release and MFlare works.
    But of course I have to use the 2017 version.
    What can be done to resolve this problem.?
    Thank you for your help.
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    jerry wise, Jun 18, 18:34 CEST:
    On MAC OS X EL CAPITAN 10.11.6
    Premiere CC 2017.1.2
    I have not used MFlare in a while. So when I used it today it didn’t show up on the background I placed it on.
    I am able to go to the edit screen and I can click “show background” and I can see the flare.
    But it does not show up on the program monitor.
    I can see the Light and Center icons on the program monitor…..but there is no flare.
    I noticed you only make MFlare for FCPX.
    Has Premiere been dropped.?
    Thanks for your help.
    Jerry Wise
    KTVT KTXA-TV DALLAS-FORT WORTH

  • Stephen Smith

    June 19, 2018 at 7:07 pm

    Luckily it still works with After Effects and the round-tripping is easy from Premiere and back.

    Stephen Smith

    Utah Video Productions

    Check out my Vimeo page

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