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Lesson 7. Integrating Adobe After Effect... > After Effects and Photoshop “inside”...

After Effects and Photoshop “inside” Premiere Pro

It is very straightforward to import a clip rendered in After Effects into Premiere Pro. That would not give you, however, much of a look at its potential. To gain insight into how After Effects differs from Premiere Pro, you'll build a scene with many clips in the “After Effects style.” Using a different track for each clip in the sequence, you'll create transitions and effects using keyframes.

Adobe Photoshop is used widely by artists of all disciplines. Photoshop files are implemented into Premiere Pro as either flat or layered compositions. Depending on whether or not the Photoshop file has layers, or mattes, or is a flat bitmap file, you can use it for masking superimposed clips.


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