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William McQueenPasting CS 4 Premiere Clip into After Effects CS4
by on Dec 23, 2012 at 7:12:43 pm

In the two camera shoot there was one camera which was exposed correctly, and the other not - about 1.5 stops too high.

Originally, the edit was to switch from a wide shot of a stage of dancers to close-ups. Back and forth.

I locked the entire wide steady shot above the good exposure camera, and picked some transitions that I thought might work if I could "fix" he exposures of the wide shots.

The event was about 40 minutes in length and each camera was running continuously. So I matched the overexposed video above the good footage and cut out 6 short sections of the overexposed footage, with the intention of exporting them to AE for colour correction.

I followed the instructions in the "help" guide and copied the clip from the Premiere time-line and then pasted it into a new AE composition, but every time I do it I don't get the short clip I sculpted out, but get the entire 40 minutes clip. I just want to do basic correction in AE.

I've come to this "basics" group, and realise that I'm just a neophyte in learning the basics of AE and appreciate your patience and helpfulness. I just don't want to disappoint the dance group and don't want to bother you all too much.

Thanks,
Bill in Toronto


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Stefan HinzeRe: Pasting CS 4 Premiere Clip into After Effects CS4
by on Dec 23, 2012 at 8:12:49 pm

Hey Bill,

first of all, did you try to fix it in Premiere?
Use the RGB-Curve! (and the RGB-Scope)
Maybe thats what you are looking fore and you can leave AE and the whole work!!

I hope this was helpfull!


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Vishesh AroraRe: Pasting CS 4 Premiere Clip into After Effects CS4
by on Dec 24, 2012 at 3:50:04 am

Bill

I agree with Stefan on this point to CC the footage right in Premiere.

If nothing works, then export the clips as Lossless from premiere and import in AE for CC.

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William McQueenRe: Pasting CS 4 Premiere Clip into After Effects CS4
by on Dec 24, 2012 at 10:40:29 pm

Thanks Stefan and Vishesh. RGB Curve helped almost enough. Didn't know where to find RGB Scope.

Bill in Toronto


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Stefan HinzeRe: Pasting CS 4 Premiere Clip into After Effects CS4
by on Dec 25, 2012 at 8:32:03 am



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