Im using the .mogrt file provided by Adobe for "Media Replace" but it is not working in Pr Beta 18.104.22.168 - and Ae Beta 22.214.171.124. Is Adobe aware of this?
The file that Adobe provides to test out Media Replacement in Premiere Pro does not work because the feature is no longer working in After Effects Beta:
We've been having some major Mogrt issues over the last week or so and are working on fixes. In the meantime, can you try switching Premiere to Software-Only mode to see if that resolves the issue in Premiere?
Re AE: It looks like the feature is not enabled. Can you check Beta Menu > Enable Feature in the top bar and see if there is a checkmark next to Media Replacement? Please select this and relaunch the app and lemme know if that changes things. You will want to open a fresh download of the .aep though, i.e. one that hasn't been opened in AE when the feature is turned off.
Lemme know if either of those workarounds do the trick or not!
So your right about After Effects, I did not have it enabled, so I went ahead and did "Beta Menu > Enable Feature" and its now working in After Effects; however, in Premiere Pro Beta it is still not working. As you can see, the screen goes black and the position and scale controls for both media files become greyed out, so they are not able to be changed/edited.
Changing to Software-Only mode, fixed the black screen problem but didnt fix the other problems + it introduced a new screen tearing problem:
Ok cool happy we've got you mostly back on track. Unfortunately, we are still working to resolve the GPU issue. I will definitely let you know when the build with the fix is uploaded to Beta.
Thanks for reporting the issues with the Program Monitor and Software Mode. Let me investigate a bit further with the team that works on that.
So heres my most recent findings from Pr Beta 126.96.36.199: https://streamable.com/5mwfee
As you can see, the preview window is still a black screen, unless you go to the first frame of the clip, then you can see the background image but not the foreground one. Very weird.
Also, the preview window works once you replace the embedded media with your own. As you can see in video, the screen was black, but once I dragged my media to the essential graphics panel, then the mogrt previewed correctly.
I hope this helps.