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Video Transition missing error message AE.ADBE Whip

Explorer ,
Jun 28, 2021 Jun 28, 2021

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See screen cap below. I'm using Premeire Pro 2020 CC.

 

I created a project on one iMac, but when I try to open it on a different iMac, I get this error message. I assumed the "Whip" transition was a built in/default transition when I used it. I don't really use third party stuff. There's no way for me to export it as a preset. Are these stored somewhere on the computer? I can't seem to locate it. I tried application support, the presets folder, etc.

 

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Explorer , Jun 28, 2021 Jun 28, 2021
I spoke too soon. Issue fixed! It turns out I was using a slightly older versions of Premeire Pro on the other iMac. It was 14.3. The iMac I created the project on was using 14.9. I guess the answer is just make sure you're using the latest Premeire Pro 2020, if you're on 2020 that is. I'm sure it's not an issue in 2021.

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I spoke too soon. Issue fixed! It turns out I was using a slightly older versions of Premeire Pro on the other iMac. It was 14.3. The iMac I created the project on was using 14.9.

 

I guess the answer is just make sure you're using the latest Premeire Pro 2020, if you're on 2020 that is. I'm sure it's not an issue in 2021.

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