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Sep 14, 2020

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I often run in the case that i have some music in my PP timeline, when then taking a clip to AE to apply for example a Timeremapping effect i can't time them easy to the music. I wonder how the PROs doing those task ?

 

Are u taking parts of the Music into AE ? 

 

I also dont like that theres no easy way to make Markers visible in AE (when PreComposed) i need for timing.

 

I never found anything useful about this topic beside those super simple tutorials (which do not precompose).

 

Any thoughts on that ?

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Music timing

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I often run in the case that i have some music in my PP timeline, when then taking a clip to AE to apply for example a Timeremapping effect i can't time them easy to the music. I wonder how the PROs doing those task ?

 

Are u taking parts of the Music into AE ? 

 

I also dont like that theres no easy way to make Markers visible in AE (when PreComposed) i need for timing.

 

I never found anything useful about this topic beside those super simple tutorials (which do not precompose).

 

Any thoughts on that ?

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I usually use Audition to add markers to audio tracks. Save the WAV file and the markers and labels all show up in After Effects and Premiere Pro. I always bring in all critical audio and video tracks. If you have markers on your audio track and you want to time remap the clip that is above it in the timeline you can put a cut at each end of the audio track, select both the audio and video sections, and create a new comp using the dynamic link. If the AE Comp is going to get complicated I always change the color of the cut and change the label before I create a comp from the selected, then after the comp is created and saved, I return to Premiere Pro and undo the dynamic link. When the work in AE is done I render a production master DI using a visually lossless codec, never an MP4, and just drop the video above the cut that I marked. My PPro project has a separate media folder just for VFX shots. I never dynamically link an AE comp that is going to take longer than 3 or 4 frames per second to render. DL is not up to the task reliably working on complex comps. I create comps all the time that take more than a minute a frame to render. Those would kill PPro.

 

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