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When I make my duration to 5 minutes (example) on AE and then drag a clip from PP that is let's say sitting on minute 55 (+ -) then my duration on AE completely messess up and end up being the exact amount or more like the clip from PP. Please help me.

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When I make my duration to 5 minutes (example) on AE and then drag a clip from PP that is let's say sitting on minute 55 (+ -) then my duration on AE completely messess up and end up being the exact amount or more like the clip from PP. Please help me.

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Adding footage to a comp will not change the duration of the comp. You can set in and out points for footage in the Footage panel. I'm not really sure that I understand your problem. If you add footage to a comp, you are going to have to set in and out points for the footage unless you want to have the footage start at the first frame of the video.

 

If you copy and paste a shot from Premiere Pro to AE, the In and Out point will be maintained, but if you just drag the copied footage to the timeline you may or may not have the first frame of the video line up with the first frame of the comp.

 

It sounds like you need to spend 20 minutes working through the Learn Workspace or spend some serious time with the User Guide.

 

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you can copy paste (ctrl+c, ctrl+v)  instead of dragging, this will put the clip in the exact time it was on premiere. if you wish in Ae to paste where your current time indicator is, use Ctrl+Alt+V. 

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