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Should I keep my AE and PR cache in the same location?

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Aug 27, 2020

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I made custom folders to seperate my PR and AE cache and I use them for every project from now on (it helps me keep all my cache organized). Is this good practice? Also, my cache database is the same amongst both programs, so I need to make a new Cache database folder. Any advice would be appreciated. 

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Should I keep my AE and PR cache in the same location?

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I made custom folders to seperate my PR and AE cache and I use them for every project from now on (it helps me keep all my cache organized). Is this good practice? Also, my cache database is the same amongst both programs, so I need to make a new Cache database folder. Any advice would be appreciated. 

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I don't believe you can export individual tracks separately in Premiere, you'd need to either create separate sequences and export each, or toggle on / off tracks and export each.

 

Another option is exporting an EDL or XML for editing in another app. If you're not rendering any effects on top of the video, this is the way to go.

What's your target editing application?

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yeah, you'll need to export each track.  In order to preserve any transparency on the exported graphics layer, you'll have to choose a format that supports an alpha channel and the appropriate settings can be a little tricky.  So export a short section and bring that file back in to premiere and superimpose it over some video in a sequence and make sure it's compositing properly.  In quicktime, I think you've got a choice between animation and prores4444 with alpha.  prores4444 will create much smaller files that will play much more easily the quicktime with the animation codec.

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