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Eport an after effects film to premiere or to a dv camrecoder

Eport an after effects film to premiere or to a dv camrecoder

Eport an after effects film to premiere or to a dv camrecoder

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is it possible to export an after effects film to premiere or to a dv camrecoder, I couldn't figure out how to do so, and it is possible to do the contrary, so why not ?
thank you

RE: Eport an after effects film to premiere or to a dv camrecoder

As far as I can tell, no, it can't be done through After Effects. You have to bring in your resulting final footage into premiere to do so.

RE: Eport an after effects film to premiere or to a dv camrecoder

Yes you can create a "movie" for out put to DV & Premiere from within AE.
Make sure your program is created at PAL or NTSC DV dimensions, (depends on where you are and what your standards are).
When you have finished editing, render out the project using the DV codec. You can then take this straight into premiere and send it to your camera via firewire.

Cheers
Tony Gay

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