Enable Media Replacement in Motion Graphics templates Feature

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Oct 14, 2020 Oct 14, 2020

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Has anyone tried this feature yet? The explanation sounds cool but I'm not sure what it means in practice.

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Adobe Employee , Oct 16, 2020 Oct 16, 2020
In the past any effects, animations, or transitions that you could create in AE had to include the final media that an editor might use in PR if they were to be packaged in a Mogrt. Lets run through a few use cases that led to this feature...users wanted to be able to create a Mogrt with a rad set of effects like Chromatic Aberration or Glitch, and they wanted the Mogrt to act like an adjustment layer on video tracks in Premiere. This approach isn't really possible given how the app engines have...

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Prior to that option, any motion media ... especially say video files ... that you included in a mogrt were not changeable by the user in Premiere. Period.

 

With this option, you can click this ... and the mogrt user in Premiere can change the motion media used in the mogrt on their sequence.

 

Neil

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In the past any effects, animations, or transitions that you could create in AE had to include the final media that an editor might use in PR if they were to be packaged in a Mogrt.

Lets run through a few use cases that led to this feature...users wanted to be able to create a Mogrt with a rad set of effects like Chromatic Aberration or Glitch, and they wanted the Mogrt to act like an adjustment layer on video tracks in Premiere. This approach isn't really possible given how the app engines have to communicate with one another, so now editors in PR can simply drag and drop the media they want into the Mogrt itself and voila! all the AE Magic is applied to that content. (The Mogrt has to be exported with the new Media Replacement Controls from AE.)

Another use case is for folks who use images or logos in lower-thirds-- like in Sportsball Broadcasts. Instead of having to render out a lower-third for each player with the correct image / video-- the editor can apply the Media Replacement Mogrt in the timeline as many times as needed and swap out the image from within PR just as easily as they can edit text in a Mogrt to customize. 

 

Lastly, I think about animated titles like Parks and Recs or the rad split-screen transitions in Homeland. You can make a Mogrt with all of the fancy motion and smooth styling with placeholder media in AE, and then bounce over to PR to drop clips in and play with which clips go into the "look" with simple drag and drops and tweaking in the NLE. 

There are SOOO many possibilities! Let us know what you think once you take it for a spin 🙂 

 

Cheers,

Dacia

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