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Dynamic Link and Adjustment Layers

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May 24, 2017

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Ok, so i am currently working on a project in premiere. I am using dynamic link to add charts, lower thirds, and kinetic typography with after effects. However, I am still doing colour correction with adjustment layers in premiere.

Because the new effects are now below it as an AE linked clip, it is applying the colour the footage and the graphics, making them look ugly and over exposed. What is the workflow solution to this? In only want the colour changes to effect the footage.

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Render out the AE animations & graphics, import them into PP, and put them on a layer ABOVE the PP adjustment layer.

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Dynamic Link and Adjustment Layers

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Ok, so i am currently working on a project in premiere. I am using dynamic link to add charts, lower thirds, and kinetic typography with after effects. However, I am still doing colour correction with adjustment layers in premiere.

Because the new effects are now below it as an AE linked clip, it is applying the colour the footage and the graphics, making them look ugly and over exposed. What is the workflow solution to this? In only want the colour changes to effect the footage.

Thank you.

Render out the AE animations & graphics, import them into PP, and put them on a layer ABOVE the PP adjustment layer.

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Render out the AE animations & graphics, import them into PP, and put them on a layer ABOVE the PP adjustment layer.

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Hi!

I know this quite an old feed, though i have a better solution for people who might run into the same problem, as rendering out the AE comp is lowering your final quality.

You can just put the 'Track Matte' Setting in AE into Alpha Inversed and put it above your adjustment layer in Premiere.

This way, your color grade does not affect the graphics and you work losslessly. I hope that helps - i had the same problem and this works for me.

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