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Mladen Ilic
Replacing footage in Premiere with an AE composition for slow-mo (CS6)
on Oct 24, 2012 at 1:06:56 pm

I have a problem when I replace the footage in Premiere with an AE composition for adding Twixtor slow-motion effect. For example, I'm replacing an edited part of a clip whose duration is 5 seconds and goes from 0:35 to 0:40 sec of the entire movie clip, but, the instant I put a twixtor or timewarp effect in AE the timeline gets screwed. It doesn't go from 0:35 to 0:40 sec, but God knows from where, and everything becomes pointless. To tell it more simply, when I apply twixtor in AE, instead of those exact 5 seconds that I need and have sent to AE, I get some other random 5 seconds from that movie clip?!?

I found a way around this problem by exporting the clip in premiere, putting it again in premiere instead of the edited part and then replacing it, as a whole, with an AE composition...
But there has to be a simpler way to make this work?

Thanks everybody,
Mladen Ilic


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Pierre Jasmin
Re: Replacing footage in Premiere with an AE composition for slow-mo (CS6)
on Oct 24, 2012 at 8:04:37 pm

Is this Right-Click on clip in timeline and Replace with AE Composition?
Did you trim the in-point in Premiere?
You can also apply Twixtor in Premiere if you want.
http://library.creativecow.net/tutorials/revisionfx/2

Pierre



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Mladen Ilic
Re: Replacing footage in Premiere with an AE composition for slow-mo (CS6)
on Oct 25, 2012 at 7:53:09 am

Yes it is Right-Click on clip in timeline and Replace with AE Composition.
The clip is trimmed, if you mean if I edited it (using only a small part that I need).

Mladen


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