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Mocarg
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Can i somehow convert AE presets to Premiere presets? I am trying for a month now and no luck…. A lot of customers would like my presets for Premiere also but i just can’t do the trick :/

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Daniel_R
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from what I know, you can’t. I’m very good with Premiere, and would love to see them implemented as well.

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flashato
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what very few people know is that almost all the effects of AE works in Premiere.
Copy all FX from AE plugin folder and paste them PP plugin folder.

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Mocarg
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what very few people know is that almost all the effects of AE works in Premiere.
Copy all FX from AE plugin folder and paste them PP plugin folder.

Thanks man! And congratz for Golder Paw! :D

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froztbyte80
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what very few people know is that almost all the effects of AE works in Premiere.
Copy all FX from AE plugin folder and paste them PP plugin folder.

Well I “play” with Premiere for about 5 years now… and didnt knew that. Thanks Flashato for sharing this with us :-)

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VProxy
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As far as i know Premiere, you can’t save more than one effect as preset, as you do in After Effects. You can save single effect presets only in Premiere…

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Daniel_R
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what very few people know is that almost all the effects of AE works in Premiere.
Copy all FX from AE plugin folder and paste them PP plugin folder.

Man thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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flashato
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what very few people know is that almost all the effects of AE works in Premiere.
Copy all FX from AE plugin folder and paste them PP plugin folder.
Man thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
glad to help kid ! ;)
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stanlay
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hi, I am work whit FC how I use this

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flashato
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Final Cut will not allow you to use adobe effects, but FC will do something that Premiere doesn’t. In FC you can apply a group of effect to a clip, and save this group of effect as a preset.
Let say you apply hue and sat,level,tint, you can select the 3 effects and save as a group in order to use them again (like save animation preset in AE) Hope that s help :)

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