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Importing After Effects compositions

You can import After Effects compositions like any other supported file type by using the File > Import command. You can export a Premiere Pro project file from After Effects and open it for editing in Premiere Pro. You can also copy and paste layers and assets between Premiere Pro and After Effects. If you have Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium, or Adobe Creative Suite Master Collection installed, you can create or import After Effects compositions by using Adobe Dynamic Link. You can also select clips in a Premiere Pro timeline and replace them with an After Effects composition via Adobe Dynamic Link. Adobe Dynamic Link allows changes made to a file in either application to appear in both, instantaneously, without a need for rendering.

To move an After Effects project from another computer to the one on which you are running Premiere Pro, make sure to move all the files associated with the After Effects project.

More Help topics

About transferring files” on page 61

Copying and pasting between After Effects and Premiere Pro

About Dynamic Link (Production Premium or Master Collection only)” on page 36

Create an After Effects composition from clips in Premiere Pro (Production Premium only)” on page 40

Import After Effects compositions

1

Do one of the following:

Select File > Import, and browse to the desired AEP file.

(Production Premium only) Select File > Adobe Dynamic Link > Import After Effects Composition.

2

Select the AEP file and click Open.

If the After Effects project contains more than one composition, the Import After Effects Composition dialog opens.

3Select one or more compositions. Shift-click to select contiguous compositions. Ctrl-click (Windows), or Command-click (Mac OS) to select non-contiguous clips.

Premiere Pro imports the selected After Effects compositions and places them into the Project panel. If you selected more than one composition. Premiere Pro creates a bin with the name of the AEP file, and places the compositions within that bin.

Import CMX3600 EDL projects

You can import project files in the EDL file format.

1Select File > Import, and browse to the project file containing the desired EDL file, and select it.

2Click Open.

Importing XML project files from Final Cut Pro

You can import entire projects, selected clips, or selected sequences that you export from Final Cut Pro as XML files. In Premiere Pro, bins and clips have the same hierarchies and names that they have in the Final Cut Pro source projects. Also, Premiere Pro retains the sequence markers, sequence settings, track layout, locked tracks, and sequence timecode start points of Final Cut Pro source projects. Premiere Pro imports text from the Final Cut Pro Text generators into Premiere Pro titles.

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Note: You cannot import native Final Cut Pro project files, only XML files exported from Final Cut Pro. You can export Final Cut Pro XML files from Premiere Pro. The effects that are tranlated from Premiere Pro are the same as those that are imported from a Final Cut Pro XML f ile.

Joost van der Hoeven provides a video tutorial on the Adobe website that demonstrates exchanging information between Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro using XML projects.

For a list of items in Premiere Pro that are translated from a Final Cut Pro XML file, see “Final Cut Pro clip data” on page 75, “Final Cut Pro effects and transitions” on page 75, “Final Cut Pro composite modes” on page 77, and “Final Cut Pro Multiclips” on page 77. Also, see the PDF, “Appendix D: Working with Final Cut Pro from the Editor’s Guide to Premiere Pro,” by Richard Harrington, Robbie Carman, and Jeff Greenberg for more information.

See this blog post about the Premiere Pro CS5 (5.0.2) updates, which features several improvements to Final Cut Pro XML export.

Robbie Carman explains the process of exporting a Final Cut Pro project and then importing it into Premiere Pro in this video tutorial on AdobeTV. Information about reading errors in the Translation Report is included.

Additional resources about importing Final Cut Pro projects are linked to from this article on the Adobe website.

More Help topics

Export a Final Cut Pro project XML file” on page 444

Import an XML file from Final Cut Pro

1Export an XML file from Final Cut Pro. For more information, see Final Cut Pro Help.

2In Final Cut Pro, close the source project.

3In Premiere Pro, select File >Import.

4Browse to the XML file, and click Open.

More Help topics

Export a Final Cut Pro project XML file” on page 444

Final Cut Pro clip data

Clip data in the Description, Scene, ShotTake, and LogNote fields in Final Cut Pro appear in the clip metadata fields with the same names in Premiere Pro.

Final Cut Pro effects and transitions

Premiere Pro retains the basic motion and opacity effects, and motion and opacity keyframes, from Final Cut Pro source projects. Additionally, Premiere Pro converts some Final Cut Pro effects and transitions according to the following tables:

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Conversion of Final Cut Pro video effects

Final Cut Pro

Premiere Pro effect

effect

 

 

 

Crop

Crop

 

 

Eight-Point

Eight-Point Garbage Matte

Garbage Matte

 

 

 

Four-Point

Four-Point Garbage Matte

Garbage Matte

 

 

 

Gaussian Blur

Gaussian Blur

(provided the

 

channel

 

selection in

 

Final Cut Pro is

 

Alpha+RGB.)

 

 

 

Luma Key

Luma Key

 

 

Three-Way

Three-Way Color Corrector

Color Corrector

 

 

 

Conversion of Final Cut Pro video transitions

Final Cut Pro

Premiere Pro transition

transition

 

 

 

Dip To White

Dip To White

 

 

Dip to [color]

Dip To Black

 

 

Edge Wipe

Wipe, with the wipe direction rounded to

transitions

the closest of the eight Premiere Pro

 

supported directions.

 

 

Other video

Cross Dissolve

transitions

 

 

 

Conversion of Final Cut Pro audio effects

Final Cut Pro

Premiere Pro audio effect

audio effect

 

 

 

Audio level

Audio clip volume values and keyframes

values and

 

keyframes

 

 

 

Audio pan

Track pan values and keyframes

values and

 

keyframes

 

 

 

Low Pass Filter

Lowpass

 

 

High Pass Filter

Highpass

 

 

Band Pass Filter

Bandpass

 

 

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Conversion of Final Cut Pro audio transitions

Final Cut Pro

Premiere Pro audio transition

audio

 

transition

 

 

 

Cross Fade

Constant Gain

(0 dB)

 

 

 

Cross Fade

Constant Power

(+3 dB)

 

 

 

Other

Constant Power

transitions

 

 

 

Final Cut Pro composite modes

Premiere Pro retains the basic motion and opacity effects, and motion and opacity keyframes, from Final Cut Pro source projects. Premiere Pro converts Final Cut Pro composite modes according to the following table:

Final Cut Pro

Premiere Pro mode

mode

 

 

 

Normal

Normal

 

 

Add

Linear Dodge (Add)

 

 

Subtract

Not supported

 

 

Difference

Difference

 

 

Multiply

Multiply

 

 

Screen

Screen

 

 

Overlay

Overlay

 

 

Hard Light

Hard Light

 

 

Soft Light

Soft Light

 

 

Darken

Darken

 

 

Lighten

Lighten

 

 

Travel Matte

Not supported

Alpha

 

 

 

Travel Matte

Not supported

Luma

 

 

 

Final Cut Pro Multiclips

Premiere Pro converts uncollapsed Final Cut Pro Multiclips, with as many as four inputs, to Multi-camera sequences. Premiere Pro converts collapsed Multiclips to individual clips.

Note: Premiere Pro issues a warning when you try to import a Multiclip with more than four inputs.

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