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Dynamic link issue when linking clip with transform effect

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Jun 13, 2024 Jun 13, 2024

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I edit vertical content, im given the raw footage which is shot at 4k resolution and is shot in person vertically. The footage imports horizontally since when the footage is taken its obviously just being physically turned vertically. My workflow is change sequence settings to vertical (9:16) then add a transform layer to all clips that turn it 90 degrees. Now when I try to dynamic link one of the clips, what happens is that in after effects, the composition is vertical, but the clip imports as horizontal and cuts off, making it impossible for me to use the feature. Now when I want to use after effects I have to render the clip individually and then import it seperatley into a new project which is way more time consuming, and long term has been effecting my projects. Is there a fix to this? I can't seem to find any information? I've tried nesting the clip before linking and it still has the issue. Other things to note, im on most up to date versions, I'm normally editing in 60fps(59.94), on macbook air m2

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Jun 14, 2024 Jun 14, 2024

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Hi Cory,

The Transform effect does not translate well when going from Premiere Pro to After Effects. I would recommend using the Rotation setting in the Motion effect instead.

Cheers,
Paul

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Jun 15, 2024 Jun 15, 2024

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I hope Paul answered your question below.

 

Out of curiosity: why are you  shooting & editing in 59.94 fps?

 

Usually you shoot something in high framerate to use it as a slow motion clip in a regular timeline of 29,97 or 23,96 (USA) or 25 fps (EU), depending on where you are in the world.

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