You can copy and paste layers and assets between Adobe After Effects and Adobe

You can copy and paste layers and assets between

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You can copy and paste layers and assets between Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro: From After Effects, you can copy footage or solid layers and paste them into an Adobe Premiere Pro sequence. From Adobe Premiere Pro, you can copy assets (any item in a track) and paste them into an After Effects compo- sition. From either After Effects or Adobe Premiere Pro, you can copy and paste footage to the other’s Project panel. Note: You can also paste assets from Adobe Premiere to an After Effects composition. You can’t, however, paste footage from After Effects into an Adobe Premiere sequence. If you want to work with all clips or a single sequence from an Adobe Premiere Pro project, use the Import command to import the project into After Effects. Use Adobe Dynamic Link to create dynamic links, without rendering, between new or existing compositions in After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro. See also “About Adobe Dynamic Link (Adobe Production Studio only)” on page 158 Copying from After Effects to Adobe Premiere Pro (Windows only) You can copy a layer containing footage from an After Effects composition and paste it into an Adobe Premiere Pro sequence. Adobe Premiere Pro converts footage layers to clips in the sequence and copies the source footage to the Adobe Premiere Pro Project panel. If the layer contains an effect that is also used by Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro converts the effect and all of its settings and keyframes. You can also copy nested compositions, Photoshop layers, solid layers, and audio layers from After Effects to Adobe Premiere Pro. Adobe Premiere Pro converts nested compositions to nested sequences, and converts solid layers to color mattes. You cannot copy text, camera, light, or adjustment layers to Adobe Premiere Pro. When you paste a layer into an Adobe Premiere Pro sequence, keyframes, effects, and other properties contained in a copied layer are converted as follows: After Effects item Converted to in Adobe Premiere Pro Notes Transform property values and keyframes Motion or Opacity values and keyframes The keyframe type—Bezier, Auto Bezier, Continuous Bezier, or Hold—is retained. Effect properties and keyframes Effect properties and keyframes, as long as the effect also exists in Adobe Premiere Pro Adobe Premiere Pro lists unsup- ported effects in the Effect Controls panel as offline. Audio volume property Channel Volume filter Stereo Mixer effect Channel Volume filter Masks and mattes Not converted
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ADOBE PREMIERE PRO 2.0 User Guide 157 To copy from After Effects to Adobe Premiere Pro (Windows only) 1 Start Adobe Premiere Pro (you must do this before you copy the layer in After Effects). 2 Select a layer from the After Effects Timeline panel. 3 Choose Edit > Copy.
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