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  • Elias Huch

    March 4, 2021 at 1:10 am

    The first issue I see is that your Particular layer eyeball is turned off, which means the visibility is off. Try turning that on first. Then report back.

  • Elias Huch

    February 13, 2021 at 8:03 pm

    I would report this to Adobe. However, in the meantime you can simply use the nudge tool

    (Option/Alt + , ) for left

    (Option/Alt + . ) for right

    to nudge the clips back into place.

  • Elias Huch

    February 12, 2021 at 7:28 pm

    Can you post a screen shot of your timeline? Also, you are saying export and import. Are you using Dynamic Link or importing the Premiere file directly into AE? Also, are your versions matched up? i.e. AE 19 PrPro 19 I have intentionally stayed away from 20 and 21 due to their bugginess in both softwares so if the solution below doesn’t fix your problem, I’d highly suggest downloading version 19 of both and making it your default. However, before that…

    I would try the following:

    Open your Premiere Project

    Duplicate the Sequence you are trying to work with in AE

    Open the new Duplicate sequence

    Select all clips in the sequence

    Right click on any clip in the timeline

    Select “Replace with After Effects Composition” near the top

    This will open a fresh AE project and should maintain all of the properties inside of your Premiere project.

    Please let me know if this works or not.

    ?

  • Elias Huch

    July 14, 2015 at 4:07 pm

    What I did is Duplicated another script file (.jsx) from inside the script folder (Applications/After Effects/Scripts) in text edit. Replaced all of the text in that file with the script info above. Then saved it into the scripts folder. That did the trick.

    Elias Huch
    Motion Graphics Designer
    Reelvizion Productions

  • Elias Huch

    June 28, 2012 at 2:20 pm

    In my experience with X over the last year I’ve found that the trick is to use Motion for this type of compositing. It appears that X is not really happy, as was stated above, with having to render multiple frames with several stacked layers (Tiff or not). However, when using a motion Generator my rendering is easy and quick like the simple Generators in X. I have always been an AE guy for graphics, but I’ve found that the “sort of” round tripping with X and Motion is actually pretty seamless. There are some challenges like publishing parameters in the right order, but if you publish the image to be changeable in motion and then duplicate it several times, you can do all of the compositing back in X with no trouble. It’s all a bit cumbersome, but the ability to not have to fully re-render is worth the trouble.

    Elias Huch
    Motion Graphics Designer
    Reelvizion Productions

  • Elias Huch

    June 11, 2012 at 6:15 pm

    OK, So I am in the same boat, sort of. My event got corrupted, so I deleted it and created a new one. All was fine and good. Reconnected and everything came back online. However, SOME of my clips are black, the waveform is still there, but no video or sound. If I open it in the timeline it works fine. Any ideas?

    Elias Huch
    Motion Graphics Designer
    Reelvizion Productions

  • Elias Huch

    February 21, 2012 at 3:14 pm

    It is still flickering. I am going to start over and create a new material to see what happens.

    Elias Huch
    Motion Graphics Designer
    Reelvizion Productions

  • Elias Huch

    February 21, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    I am planning to add dust when the words hit, would you suggest I do it in C4D or After Effects?

    Elias Huch
    Motion Graphics Designer
    Reelvizion Productions

  • Elias Huch

    February 21, 2012 at 2:42 pm

    Thanks Justin, I will take a look and report back.

    Elias Huch
    Motion Graphics Designer
    Reelvizion Productions

  • Elias Huch

    February 20, 2012 at 9:52 pm

    So I am having a similar issue, but all of the things suggested here aren’t working, can anyone take a look at my file to decipher what I am doing wrong?
    3738_legacyendfinal1.c4d.zip

    Elias Huch
    Motion Graphics Designer
    Reelvizion Productions

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