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Ryan Rapaport
After Effects linked with Prem pro (cs5.5)
on Aug 17, 2011 at 7:39:52 am

Hi Guys,
So I have a Prem Pro project that I finished with almost every shot linked to AE for text effects etc.
I am now have to go back to all projects and change all text to german and french because our company is going multi-languae.
I would like to save each Prem Pro project as "project_1_english" "project_2_german" etc.
My linked AE clips are to a specific AE file. as soon as I save as the AE file to "AE_project_german"
the link breaks. is there a way around this so i can have one AE file for each PP file?
Thanks so much
Hope I made this clear enough!

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Dave LaRonde
Re: After Effects linked with Prem pro (cs5.5)
on Aug 17, 2011 at 3:18:06 pm

There are a few important things you don't mention.
Is this a total re-edit with the new language, which means different timings?
Is the original edit going to subtitling insterad of re-editing?
How does AE figure into this project? How are you using it?

Dave LaRonde
Sr. Promotion Producer
KCRG-TV (ABC) Cedar Rapids, IA

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Ryan Rapaport
Re: After Effects linked with Prem pro (cs5.5)
on Aug 18, 2011 at 5:59:12 am

sorry about that:)
nope this is not a total re-edit.
each video is different some have text in english that needs to be changed some have voice overs that need to be changed some have interviews that will have subs put in.
I use AE to color grade/ add text / put effects etc.


in this example I have changed all the text to german. and I used AE to put in the maps/text/stadium shot I shot in the day, needed to be a night shot, had to add in all the lights etc etc.

I can save my Prem Pro file as: cape_town_video_english and cape_town_video_german
but the linked AE file is still the same for both. So would love to have separate files in AE too.


Hope its a little clearer now:)

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