We create tutorial videos for companies on Premiere Pro. And we use titles made with Essential Graphics of pre-animated texts from After Effect. They work great and the integration on Premiere Pro is very quick.
Examples of titles:
One of our most important customer asked us if there is a way to have these title's text exported in a text file or spredsheet for quick and easy review of spelling and accuracy. Like that they don't have to go trough all the videos (~ 10min each) everytime.
I looked on the web but didn't find anything for now. I tried to anaylise the XML content from .prpoj file if I could find anything related to the text inserted in the Graphic Essential titles but I found nothing. I tired wiht the different export options (XML, Avid Exchange, ODL etc etc...) on Premiere Pro but no luck either.
I hope you can help us! Thanks in advance for your replies!
[Moderator note: title modded to be more informative of specific tech needs.]
I created a video a while back going into the process of accessing (and modifying) mogrts in the activeSequence using Premiere's API. LINK Using this you could search through each sequence in your project, and all clips on your tracks, to find your mogrts, and extract the data.
If it's possible to do that, it would have to be from some sort of script I would think. So ... I'm hoping someone with scripting background helps on this request, it's not something most of us would have any idea how to even try.