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MOGRT won't import

Community Beginner ,
Nov 13, 2019

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I'm using the latest version of Premiere Pro 2020 and latest Premiere Rush update on OSX.  I cant import any MOGRT that have been exported from Premiere Pro.  I get an alert message saying that the 'template was made using features that are not compatible with Rush' - however i've tested this by opening Rush templates into Pro and then re-exporting them without changing anything.  Any ideas how to workaround this?

Hello, 

 

Sorry for the confusion. Currently, Rush does not support mogrts created in Premiere Pro 14. For the time being, please use mogrts that created in Premiere Pro 13.1.5 or earlier. Note: You can have both Premiere Pro 14 and 13.1.5 installed at the same time. 

 

Sorry for the inconvenience. 

 

Peter

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MOGRT won't import

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I'm using the latest version of Premiere Pro 2020 and latest Premiere Rush update on OSX.  I cant import any MOGRT that have been exported from Premiere Pro.  I get an alert message saying that the 'template was made using features that are not compatible with Rush' - however i've tested this by opening Rush templates into Pro and then re-exporting them without changing anything.  Any ideas how to workaround this?

Hello, 

 

Sorry for the confusion. Currently, Rush does not support mogrts created in Premiere Pro 14. For the time being, please use mogrts that created in Premiere Pro 13.1.5 or earlier. Note: You can have both Premiere Pro 14 and 13.1.5 installed at the same time. 

 

Sorry for the inconvenience. 

 

Peter

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Nov 14, 2019

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I've same problem on Windows

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Nov 14, 2019

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Hello, 

 

Sorry for the confusion. Currently, Rush does not support mogrts created in Premiere Pro 14. For the time being, please use mogrts that created in Premiere Pro 13.1.5 or earlier. Note: You can have both Premiere Pro 14 and 13.1.5 installed at the same time. 

 

Sorry for the inconvenience. 

 

Peter

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Wow.  It's ok.  I only wasted the best part of a day trying to work out what i was doing wrong.  Yeah I guess the 'confusion' was that I hadn't accounted for Adobe two latest versions of Premiere products can no longer share the same files.  Maybe you should include this great new feature in your update log?   

So the workaround is that I should uninstall the current version of Premiere Pro and try and find an older version? 

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Hi jimm,

 

Again, I'm very sorry for the hassle. There should be some kind of clear messaging about the compatibility issues between the current versions of Rush and Premiere Pro. 

 

It's not ideal, but the good news is you can have both Premiere Pro 14 (current version) and 13.1.5 installed at the same time. So there's no need to uninstall the latest version of Premiere Pro. 

 

I hope that helps!

 

Peter

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Hi Peter,

 

I have the same problem as jimm and I have both versions of Premiere Pro installed (13.1 and 14).

 

I spent a day creating my custom-made .MOGRTs in Premiere 2020 (version 14) and now I see no option to open my project in Premiere 2019 (13.1). How can I open my already created .MOGRTs (created in Premiere 2020) in Premiere 2019 and save from there for Adobe Rush?

 

kind regards

Marc

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Adobe Employee ,
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Hi Marc,

 

I'm really sorry to say but opening your mogrts that were created in PPro 2020 in PPro 2019 and re-exporting them will not allow you to use them in Rush. You need to create the mogrts in PPro 2019. 

 

We're working on getting a compatible version of Rush. Until then, please continue to build your custom mogrts in PPro 2019. 

 

All the best,

 

Peter

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