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How do you maintain versions of your PP project with a dynamically linked AE composition

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Hi All.  Fairly obvious question (I hope) - I started a Premiere Pro project which includes a dynamically linked After Effects composition.  I've finished my version 1, which might be the final version but I'd like to experiment with a few additional effects which I'm not sure I will keep (or will work).  

 

How do I save the version 1 of the project as is, yet continue working on a copy with additional effects which I might not keep (or which migh be the final version)?  It seems that if a save the project to a new name (say Version 2) in Premiere Pro, it's still referencing the same dynamically linked AE composition that I used in version 1.  And new work added in Version 2 will modify my Version 1.

 

Thank you,

Marc

 

 

 

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How do you maintain versions of your PP project with a dynamically linked AE composition

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Hi All.  Fairly obvious question (I hope) - I started a Premiere Pro project which includes a dynamically linked After Effects composition.  I've finished my version 1, which might be the final version but I'd like to experiment with a few additional effects which I'm not sure I will keep (or will work).  

 

How do I save the version 1 of the project as is, yet continue working on a copy with additional effects which I might not keep (or which migh be the final version)?  It seems that if a save the project to a new name (say Version 2) in Premiere Pro, it's still referencing the same dynamically linked AE composition that I used in version 1.  And new work added in Version 2 will modify my Version 1.

 

Thank you,

Marc

 

 

 

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no reason why you can't "edit original" by control clicking on the ae comp in the premiere timeline which will launch. ae and the project and then do a save as within ae after you've made your changes and then just bring that updated comp into premiere...

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