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Alex UdellRe: PP CS6 Supported Features?
by on May 2, 2012 at 9:40:22 pm

Hi Shawn...

I myself use motion on almost a daily basis. The text publishing and parameter exposure features that Apple implemented in the Motion/FCP is one of those bits of genius that really makes that solution stand out. I agree, wish and hope that those specific features work their way over the fence into Adobe land.

However, in the history of NLE, that type of capability is a pretty recent phenomenon. Historically, there's been a pretty stark dividing line between the realms of mograh and the realm of editorial.

[Shawn Larkin] "You can create pieces of the Lower Thirds and save the text parts for the title creator in PP and just add it as a layer over a dynamic link AE file?"

Yes. Essentially that's it. I was thinking about doing a "Cowtorial" on this topic as it comes up frequently when I train ppl. Perhaps I should move fwd with that one.

Another thing you might want to take a look at is:

http://aescripts.com/compsfromspreadsheet/

If you were to do a AE dependent design...

this handy little script let's you generate versions very quickly...without necessarily forcing the artists to enter AE.

then you could bring them all into PPro as dynamic link comps too.

Alex Udell
Editing, Motion Graphics, and Visual FX


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