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Import AEP files into Adobe Premiere to stitch together

Import AEP files into Adobe Premiere to stitch together

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i'm trying to import clips into adobe premiere that i edited in adobe after effects.  however, it appears that i cannot drag and drop unless i use dynamic link which requires adobe production premiere (which i do not have, only regular AP CS5).  i have also tried file-->import but the file seems to get corrupted after i close AE for some reason.  i am attempting to stitch together short video clips which i edited in AE....thought it would be as easy and dragging and dropping in sequence to the timeline.  any suggestions or is it simply not possible to do this in AP without upgrading to production premiere?

RE: Import AEP files into Adobe Premiere to stitch together

Yeah, I just render everything.
 

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