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Time remapping and replace with AE composition problem with time matching

Participant ,
Dec 13, 2020 Dec 13, 2020

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Adobe, please fix this annoying problem that is going for a long time from one verstion to another.

For example, I'm making time remapping in Premiere clip. Then I want to add more complicated effects and do replace with AE comptosition command. Ok, now I have this clip in AE with time remapping there. But if I compare original frames in Premiere with what I have in AE, then I see some time shift. It's a small shift, may be just 1-2-3 frames but I see this problem for many times. Some clips with fast motion need to be very accurate, so I just can't say "no problem" to this small shift. So I have to go to AE and then carefully try to find what I need to change in time remapping there to get look like it was in Premiere.

Replace with AE composition is a very good tool, but I just can't trust it. In some cases (like this) it just  changing the look of my clip.

P.S. Also similar problem with optical flow interpolation. If I make replace with AE composition then this effect is just turning off. And in AE I manually have to make similar settings again. I can't belive that this can't be solved for so long time.

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Community Beginner ,
May 19, 2024 May 19, 2024

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I'm having the same problem for as long as I can remember, this is really annoying. Premiere and After Effects should have the exact same way to deal with time. I hope one day we can just edit flowlessly in a combined after effects/premiere without having to endure all these archaic bugs. Please Adobe, set your priorities.

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May 21, 2024 May 21, 2024

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Replace with AE composition is a very good tool, but I just can't trust it.

 Hi @SPfoto,

That's it mate. Replace with AE (dynamic link) is GREAT. Sadly, dynamic link has not worked for me as well. The workaround is to be precise with what you need, and shift the AE work towards the end of your workflow. This was annoying at first, but it forced me to be more organised and precise. And believe me it was a game changer, because BEFORE I even open AE, I know, almost precisely, what I need to do in AE. Massive time saver.

 

Sorry for ressponding so late, but hope it can be of some help.

 

Cheers,

Yash

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