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Kevin MonahanRe: PP CS6 3rd Party Transition effects support between clips??
by on Jun 26, 2012 at 10:09:13 pm

[Matt Stoltz] "Kevin

thats all fine and dandy but what happen to communication between you and bigger companies like Genart to make this right. Ive spent good money on these plugins just to find out that it takes me about 5 steps to put a nice Genarts glow between 2 clips in PPro when it only takes me one step in FCP 7.


We have no control how foundries choose to create their plug-ins. And yes, it is possible for them to make a transition the standard way, but they chose not to. Most plug-ins based on Apple Quartz Composer have limited capability, and these are the ones you mentioned. This is a beef you'll have to take up with plug-in companies.

[Matt Stoltz] "Its a real big disappointment for me not to use these plugins quickly. I love your guys products-I use AE and photoshop daily. I was was thinking giving premiere a really good shot but this is discouraging. If ADOBE wants to be the top dog in the market-this has got to be an easier fix than you make it out to be. "

There are plenty of plug-ins that operate the way you're used to, so choose those. If you've spent good money on plug-ins, but you don't like the way they work in Premiere Pro, be sure to let the plug-ins foundries know that you're disappointed and file a bug report with them.

Kevin Monahan
Sr. Content and Community Lead
Adobe After Effects
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Systems, Inc.
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