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Resolve to After Effects issues: won’t display channels with multiple clips

New Here ,
Feb 24, 2024 Feb 24, 2024

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Hey all!

I use DaVinci to colour and edit and I am looking to add some more effects within AE.   
I primarily use a MacBook Pro to edit.  I have rendered my DaVinci project as a Premiere XML then saved the Premiere file so I could load to after effects.  For some reason both Premiere and AE does not recognize when I have layered multiple clips on top of eahother.  It ends up blacking out what ever clip is underneath. 

 

does anyone know what I can do to make Premiere/AE respect the layers and play them all together?

 

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Community Expert , Feb 25, 2024 Feb 25, 2024

Check to make sure that the rendered footage has an alpha channel. Select the footage in the Project Panel and look at the info to the right of the preview thumbnail at the top of the panel. Your problem footage probably does not have an alpha channel. They should be showing something like this. 

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Feb 25, 2024 Feb 25, 2024

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Check your footage interpretation.

 

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Feb 25, 2024 Feb 25, 2024

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Hello,

thank you for your quick response.  I am a complete Adobe (premiere and AE) beginner.  My footage is a mixture of .png/jpegs, stock footage, and self-shot video footage.  All of the video footage ranged from 23.976 to 30fps and the Davinci Resolve timeline I imported was 24fps. I interpreted all the video footage as 24fps; however, it is still running into the same problem.  Any tips?

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Check to make sure that the rendered footage has an alpha channel. Select the footage in the Project Panel and look at the info to the right of the preview thumbnail at the top of the panel. Your problem footage probably does not have an alpha channel. They should be showing something like this. 

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THANK YOU SO MUCH.  That did the trick.  I ended up having to re-bounce my Davinci renders in Quicktime - gopro cineform-rgb 16 bit.  Then it allowed me to choose an alpha out.  Unfortunately, it does not appear that Apple Prores allows for an alpha out in the free version of Davinci.  Now I see everything perfect.

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