AME not recognizing exported AE alpha mov's on Premiere timelines

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Oct 25, 2018 Oct 25, 2018

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The new version of AME is not recognizing any graphics that I have exported from AE as .mov's when I have them on tracks above video in Premiere.

I have been doing this with the last 4 versions of AME/Premiere so maybe I just have a setting messed up, but when I Export a sequence from Premiere in AME that has the described above circumstance, it exports the video as black under the graphic. So lower thirds and any titles that I have animating on that were created (and exported from) in AE that are positioned on V2 above video on V1 of a sequence in Premiere do not export properly when using AME.  The problem does not exist when I export straight from Premiere, only when I'm using AME. 

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New Here , Oct 25, 2018 Oct 25, 2018

Believe I found the solution for anyone else having this problem.

You need to uncheck "Render at Maximum Depth"

There's a glitch in the current update.

Premiere Pro CC 2019 not exporting Alpha channel that is connected directly to After Effects CC 2019. Problem with dynam…

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Believe I found the solution for anyone else having this problem.

You need to uncheck "Render at Maximum Depth"

There's a glitch in the current update.

Premiere Pro CC 2019 not exporting Alpha channel that is connected directly to After Effects CC 2019...

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