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Migrating Text/Graphics Layers from Premiere to After Effects?

Engaged ,
Aug 27, 2023 Aug 27, 2023

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Hi Everybody,

 

I'm primarily an After Effects person tasked with the freelance request to size some social videos, no biggie, right? 

 

Well, as I get into this comp and start resizing elements, the fonts change scale with the comps while the vector doesn't, I can't grab more than one layer without my motion attributes disappearing. Now I'm eyeballing everything a layer at a time in what I consider a sloppy and clunky mess with operation/click rates like 4 or 5 to 1 what I would do to group/align/scale assets in After Effects. I'm meddling and not working. 

 

So...in the past I've made a few MOGRTs in AE, and I get the general idea behind dynamic linking, but the editor already did all this work in Premiere without a real 'graphics cut' or stage. It's all manual on the fly. So I have to migrate the graphics/text back into After Effects, and THEN template. 

 

Ugh...is there a fast way to do this? lol 

 

I feel like if I want to do that with these elements that I'm going to have to start from scratch, all to resize to 1080x1080 and to 1080x1920. Is there a ways to get this stuff into AE like the way we can Dump PSD/AI files? 

 

Thanks for reading and sorry if this should be in the AE community.

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LEGEND ,
Aug 27, 2023 Aug 27, 2023

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IF that graphic is already a mogrt, then you can open the mogrt in Ae directly.

 

But you'd probably need to use the commands in Pr to make that into a mogrt ... that's in a Library or local folder ... then open that in Ae.

 

Neil

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Aug 27, 2023 Aug 27, 2023

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Hi Neil,

 

No, these graphics were just placed on the fly in PR. No templates. If there was a way to make a library/composition of these elements that was exportable and importable to AE, that would save some time for sure. Then I wouldn't have to spend time making guide layes and re-aligning everything.

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