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After Effects-made .MoGrT not working in Premiere Rush

Community Beginner ,
Apr 23, 2024 Apr 23, 2024

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Dear Community,

I've found several posts on mogrts not working in Rush. Depending on versions the correct answer was different – either the software needed to be updated to the latest or downgraded to version 15 from 22 on from where mogrts created in AE were not supported anymore.

It would be crucial to be able to create on-brand, custom-made (simple!) mogrts in AE for Rush and no matter how simple I go with the mogrt (currently it's a text field's Source Text pulled into the Essential Graphics as the only dynamic element) I can't import it into Rush. The message is the infamous "We couldn't save this graphic to your library" error.

I'm on the latest OSX (Sonoma 14.4.1 on an M1 MBP, AE 24.3.0 (Build 50) and desktop Rush 2.10.0 (Build 30).

Is there a way to use custom-built mogrts in Rush?

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Adobe Employee , Apr 23, 2024 Apr 23, 2024

Hey @andras.olah 

 

It used to be possible to create mogrts for Rush in only Premiere Pro, versions 15.4 and earlier. Sorry for any frustration.

 

Theresa

 

 

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Hey @andras.olah 

 

It used to be possible to create mogrts for Rush in only Premiere Pro, versions 15.4 and earlier. Sorry for any frustration.

 

Theresa

 

 

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