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The right edge of my After Effects Composition is appearing on the Left side in Premiere

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Jul 21, 2023 Jul 21, 2023

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I'm working on a project in Premiere that uses a number of After Effects compositions. While I'm in After Effects the compositions look fine, and the settings seem completely normal. But when those compositions are in Premiere the right edge of the After Effect Comp is moved to the leftside of the monitor. And this isn't just a visual glitch because when I exported the video the error transferred over to the final product. 

The first picture shows what my After Effects Composition looks like while in After Effects, and the second shows what it now looks like in Premiere. I'm using the Geolayers3 plugin, but this same problem is happening with my AE comps that aren't using Geolayers3 as well. 
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Jul 21, 2023 Jul 21, 2023

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There is a position offset bug affecting Windows machines in one of the AE 23 builds. It has been reported many times when rendering. This looks a lot like the same bug. I suggest you open Creative Cloud, go to the Apps page, right-click on the three dots to the right of the After Effects Open button, and select the Other Versions menu to roll back your AE version by one build. Dynamic Link to Premiere Pro should still work unless you roll back to the previous version of AE.

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