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Rec. 709 Profile issues from PR to AE

Community Beginner ,
Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

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Hey there!

It looks like there's an error with how Premiere Pro classifies Rec. 709 footage and how After Effects classifies it.

I created a video edit in Premiere and imported the edit into After Effects, and when I attempt to Interpret Footage, I recieve this error (screenshot 1): "after effects warning profile rec.709 is missing, invalud, ior has incorrect file permissions."

When I import the file normally, it allows me to interpret footage normally, but I noticed when I look at the settings of the shots, the String refering to their color profile is different:

1. File from Premiere = "Profile: Rec. 709"
2. File from Import = "Profile: Rec.709 Gamma 2.4"

The only workaround is to replace the footage in the comp with the newly imported file. Would love a solve on this as this is typically the way our team handles video edits with animation on top!!

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Dynamic link , Import and export , Troubleshooting , Workflow

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

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Also, adding context - the footage was interpreted within Premiere before the import happened, I'm not sure if that's where the misname is occuring or not.

 

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

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This looks like an installation issue.

 

What platform, OS version and AE version do you have installed?
Do you have AE installed in the default location?
If on the Mac, have you agreed to all the various directory permissions requests the Mac OS now requires?

You might want to attempt to reinstall AE and see if that resolves the issue.

If it doesn't then we probably need to look at the exact steps you are following in your workflow. I can't reproduce the issue on my system, but I may not be following your exact steps.

Uploading a small clip from Premiere that is causing the problem for you might also help

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

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What platform, OS version and AE version do you have installed?
This is on Windows 11, AE 24.2.1


Do you have AE installed in the default location?

Yes, C:\Program Files\Adobe


If on the Mac, have you agreed to all the various directory permissions requests the Mac OS now requires?

N/A

You might want to attempt to reinstall AE and see if that resolves the issue.

I just updated to the newest version, have stopped short of a full reinstall.

If it doesn't then we probably need to look at the exact steps you are following in your workflow. I can't reproduce the issue on my system, but I may not be following your exact steps.
Here's a full list of steps:
1. Open a new Premiere Pro file.
2. Import an MP4 into Premiere Pro
3. Modify > Interpret Footage and change the assumed frame rate of MP4 (I changed from 24 to 29.97 for sake of example).
4. Drag that MP4 into the timeline to make a sequence, save Premiere File.
5. In After Effects, File > Import > Import Adobe Premiere Pro Project. Choose the saved Premiere File, import All Sequences and leave Import Audio checked.

I think it may be the previous version of Premiere / AE that was the issue - I just reimported the same file that was causing me issues earlier and the footage was interpreted correctly with no errors. Super weird!

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