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Are Effects Inserts considered renders or pre-renders

Participant ,
Sep 07, 2022 Sep 07, 2022

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Hi everybody,

 

I have an edited project, I exported the sequence to After Effects, I did all the things I need to do with Subtitles, L3RDs, graphs, transitions etc. Now I need to export those pre-comps back into Premiere to layer them on top of the edited sequence. 

 

How should I organize that sort of thing and/or what is commonplace? As transparnet MOV files I imagine they could be considered renders or pre-renders to some degree. How are FX/Titling inserts foldered and labeled within project structure? 

 

Any suggestions or feeback at all are very much appreciated, thanks!

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Sep 07, 2022 Sep 07, 2022

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If the sequence can't simply be Linked into PPro due to complexity and slower playback, then I've always considered anything rendered from AE then imported into a timeline, as rendered.  If its something simple like titles or basic motion graphics, no point in rendering anything that will run in realtime.  

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Sep 07, 2022 Sep 07, 2022

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Yeah, I'm currently on my back-up MBPro with a 1.5 GPU so I'm just doing drag-and-drop at low rez replay. I should look into linking the two though if I can get the chance.

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Sep 07, 2022 Sep 07, 2022

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In my experience, any "complex work" done in Ae is best exported from Ae as a full media file. Then import that file into Premiere, and use it to replace the space of the comp on the timeline.

 

Use something like Cineform or a good Q ProRes or DNx variant.

 

Neil

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Sweet, I'll try using those output formats, thanks you guys!

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I agree with Neil, anything significant I export as a CineForm. For titles, which I love working on in AE, I just import that comp into PP and use that as the title of whatever footage from PP.

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