I've been looking for a while and haven't had any luck in finding a way to import adobe premier pro sequences into after effects without having to import a whole adobe premier project a second time.
Right now my workflow goes edit the video sequencing in adobe premier, go to after effects, import a premier pro project open the sequence and presto theres everything and it works great.
The problem is, if i go back to premier and I make a new sequence, and then i want to bring that sequence to after effects but still in the same project, then just to get that premier sequence I have to import the whole premier project a second time. Then it re-imports all the footage and graphics and such into the after effects project a second time. With all the video linking to the second instance of importing the project.
Even if I just "select a sequence to import" when importing to AE, it still ends up re importing all the video clips again, just without the folder they would have been in had I imported the project again.
This gets very cumbersome when editing series pieces over a week at a time having 5 copies of the same premier project in AE to load up.
Is there an easier way to do this? I mean when I'm in premier, if i import another premier project into another, and the video clips are all the same, i can choose to import just one sequence, and it automatically links all the video to whats in my current bin as long as the clip names match.