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Animation doesn't work in .mogrt

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Jan 24, 2020

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Hi,

I'm making a lower third graphic that I exported as a .mogrt (from Ae v17). It has a solid rectangle that I applied a Multiply blend mode, and a Fast Box Blur (so it would have a feathered outer edge) and it animates out horizontally to the right, text pops up, then the text goes away and the rectangle collapses back to the left to disappear. I set up the text and the rectangle to be editable in the Essential Graphics panel. Everything works great when I test it in AE, however when I import it into in Premiere Pro CC 20 via Essential Graphics, the rectangle is fully visible the entire time and doesn't animate.  Any thoughts?

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Animation doesn't work in .mogrt

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Hi,

I'm making a lower third graphic that I exported as a .mogrt (from Ae v17). It has a solid rectangle that I applied a Multiply blend mode, and a Fast Box Blur (so it would have a feathered outer edge) and it animates out horizontally to the right, text pops up, then the text goes away and the rectangle collapses back to the left to disappear. I set up the text and the rectangle to be editable in the Essential Graphics panel. Everything works great when I test it in AE, however when I import it into in Premiere Pro CC 20 via Essential Graphics, the rectangle is fully visible the entire time and doesn't animate.  Any thoughts?

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Jan 25, 2020

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And that rectangle is created and animated how exactly? You left out the most critical info.

 

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I created a solid layer then drew a rectangle mask on it. I applied the blur to the rectangle mask, then animated its X scale between 2 keyframes.

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If you've set the rectangle to be editable in Premiere, then you would have to do the animation in Premiere. (Unless I'm misunderstanding what you're doing.)

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I exactly have the same problem. The animation I set with the rectangle (coming in from left to center) in After Effects does not show up in Premiere (Essential Graphics). The rectangle simply shows up without any animation.

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It's not possible to provide any assistance without more details.

 

1) have you used any Expressions?

 

2) how are you animating your properties? Transform>Position or Effect>Distort>Transform>Position OR something else?

 

 

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No expressions.

 

I created a solid layer then drew a rectangle mask on it. I applied the blur to the rectangle mask, then animated its X scale between 2 keyframes using transform position.

 

I have since figured out a work-around (not sure it's the best solution):

 

To have keyframing in a MOGRT, then you need to apply the keyframes to individual PreComps. And, if you want to be able to resize the bar’s length in Premiere, then use the Transform>Scale (or any other Transform setting like position) from the Shape Layer’s Contents Transform Rectangle setting and not the Comps Transform settings.

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