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Chapter 2. Importing Footage into a Project > Importing Premiere Projects

Importing Premiere Projects

Because After Effects can import projects from Premiere 5 and later, it's now simple to move work from Adobe's nonlinear editor for treatment in the company's advanced animation/compositing/effects program (and vice versa).

The Premiere project appears in After Effects as a composition (in which each clip is a layer) and a folder of clips. In the composition, After Effects preserves the clip order, duration, and in-and-out points, as well as marker and transition locations (Figure 2.65 and Figure 2.66). Now that Premiere 6 includes many After Effects filters, any effects shared by the two programs will also be transferred from Premiere into After Effects—including keyframes.


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