Learn about how to import an animatic sequence from Premiere Pro into After Effects as a guide for production.
- [Instructor] Once your animatic is approved,…you can use this Premiere Pro project…as a basis for the whole animation.…If you want to follow along,…you can open up 05 01 import project,…and follow along with me.…So let me show you how that works.…I kind of use it as a pacing structure for my animation,…and then I send parts over to After Effects,…as in when I want to animate them.…I'm going to select this clip here,…and I want to send it over to After Effects.…Now I want to send the audio with it.…So what I'm going to do is unlock the audio,…and then I'm just going to cut the section that I want.…
The reason is I don't want to export the whole section…to After Effects.…I'm also going to cut this section here, using the razor tool.…And the next step will be to export these files…via dynamic link.…To do that, I'm going to select these two files,…and then I'm going to hold down shift…and select these two files, and I'm going to right-click…and choose replace with After Effects composition.…Now that's going to ask me to name the project,…
- Drawing digitally with the Adobe iOS apps
- Getting ideas down quickly with Photoshop and Illustrator
- Adding audio, animation, and effects with Premiere Pro
- Using Dynamic Link with After Effects
- Reviewing and approval the final animatic with Frame IO