Insufficient media error / repeated frame after creating After Effect compostion from Premiere Pro

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Feb 02, 2021

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Hello,

Here is my case. I want to upscale 2 clips using the upscale effect from After Effects. To do so I replace each individual clips in Premiere Pro with an After Effects composition and use the upscale effect. Once I am back in Premiere Pro I "render and replace"each clips. The issue is that I would like to use a film dissolve transition between the 2 newly upscaled clips. I then get an error saying their is insufficient media and that frames will be repeated.

I understand the problem, but is there a way to tell Premiere Pro to export the clip and "some extra frames" to After Effects when creating the composition so that when I got back to Premiere Pro after adding the upscale effect I have "enough" media to perform the transition?

How to you solve this in practice?

Thanks in advance.

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Ann Bens Adobe Community Professional , Feb 02, 2021
Copy / paste clip over original and extend (butt and head) to make handles, then replace with AE comp. Back in Pr. Render and Replace. Trim back the socalled handles: add transition.

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Copy / paste clip over original and extend (butt and head) to make handles, then replace with AE comp.

Back in Pr. Render and Replace. Trim back the socalled handles: add transition.

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Thanks @Ann Bens! I figured it out and used the same method as you mentioned at the end. Was just wondering if there was a simpler way to do it without having to extend first and then trim back but it doesn't look like it!

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I find the copy/paste superimposed a good workflow for me because if i dont like it after a while I still have the 'orignal clip' in the timeline.

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