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How do i save a Video Alpha Channel

How do i save a Video Alpha Channel

How do i save a Video Alpha Channel

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what is the best way to save a video alpha channel in after effects?  every time i save it and transfer the file as a layer in premiere i lose the transparency on the animation.
Any help would be appriciated...

Thx

RE: How do i save a Video Alpha Channel

export it as uncompressed with alpha... or aparently there is a quicktime codec with alpha.

You'll see the options for Alpha when you are adjusting your outpu options.

For more info read the manual

John

RE: How do i save a Video Alpha Channel

You could simply precompose your footage and just use it again in After Effects.

Cheers,

Edward

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