Ability to replace Media without After Effects in *.mogrt templates
Ability to replace Media (like videos or photos) from Essential Graphics panel in Premiere Pro in *.mogrt templates
This feature is now in public beta in AE and Premiere Pro.
Here’s more info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Akp8aXF-iwM&feature=youtu.be
Let us know what you think!
This is a really great request, and one I'm personally advocating for this as well.
In the meantime, my suggestion would be to use 2 different Media Replacement controls and to offset the beginning of the clip of the 2nd one in AE (not trim but move the true in-Point of the layer). Maybe this will help a bit?
Thanks so much for the Feature Request. Its always more impactful to make the case with user feedback.
Jason Hearne commented
AE markers need to show up in Premiere templates
If I make an AE comp with timeline markers, I am using those for timing. Which will also be used in Premiere.
For example: I am making a 'transition' in AE
1) I have set up visual cues on certain frames (text)
2) 1 cue for Clip 1 Footage OUT and 1 cue for Clip 2 Footage IN
3) This tells me where I need to trim my Clips to line up with my edit.
This would be much easier if Markers indicated my INs and OUTs
Jon Davis commented
In addition to allowing editors to replace template media in Premiere, could the template detect and place incoming, and outgoing footage for a transition, when placed in the timeline? This would completely automate the process for custom transitions, and remove the additional task of selecting the media.
Samuel Vanwalleghem commented
This is great news!!
Is it possible to add footage's from the timeline so you can make a custom transition between A & B. With the same possibilities as a wipe/dissolve? That would be really nice.
Carlos Ziade commented
Great and extremely useful feature! Adobe Stock mogrts will witness loads of traffic when this feature is past beta
Pierre Louis Beranek commented
This seems incredibly promising! It could perhaps somewhat reduce the pain of working with Premiere Pro's awful Track Matte effect?
Any chance the Track Matte could finally be fixed though? i.e. have it work logically, the way it does in AE, whereby changing the Motion properties of the matted clip does not change the properties of the matte as well? Being able to do this without having to resort to the current workaround of nesting the clip(s) and applying the track matte effect to the next would be a godsend since it would allow editors to edit motion properties in context of their master sequence rather than inside a lonely nest completely devoid of any visual/audio cues for context. All that's needed to fix this is a simple little checkbox!
Michael Szalapski commented
Check out the public beta for After Effects and Premiere Pro. The feature is currently in development and they need our feedback.
Caio de Oliveira commented
Yes please! add this feature! it is extremely necessary!
My best recommendation is for you to head over to the Creative Cloud Desktop app and get involved with the Beta Prime apps. I can't say much more than that, but I can assure you, you'll be pleasantly surprised very soon if this is the sort of thing you're looking for.
Brian Y commented
Is this still not a thing yet???
angel villadiego commented
We’re gonna need some more votes here people! Encourage your colleagues!
Jacob Brissee commented
FCPX and Motion are so well integrated, It's very easy to make adjustments to an *instance* of a graphic without having to go back to Motion and make adjustments to the master file. Essential Graphics and mogrts have not quite solved this lack of functionality because these placeholders (necessary for transitions) are not there. Give me a diagonal wipe that I can add graphics over please! With Motion there is even a specific project type for transitions. It's so easy. With Premiere and AE I just end up working exclusively in AE and avoiding Premiere altogether (what's the point, really?). It's a huge step backwards. I regret every single day since I switched over to a PC and no longer have a Mac or FCPX. Sure there are things that we can do in AE that aren't possible in Motion. I still feel like I set myself back at least 10 years. Premiere is still functioning like it's FCP7. I for one don't miss how we were editing back in 2006. It's not just about user-friendliness, it's about lacking basic functionality.
Anyway, I wouldn't wait around for Adobe. If you have the need for this, and you have a Mac, just switch over to FCPX. Your edits will go twice as fast, believe me.
If I only wasn't bound by blood-oathes of secrecy to Adobe then we would both be able to nerd out about so many things I'm sure 🤣.
All I can say is this... download our Beta Apps and keep your eyes on the prize 👀🏆!!
Our latest features will always be announced there first and its an awesome way to share your feedback before things get released in the wild!
You can navigate to the Beta Apps tab in your Creative Cloud Desktop app to download. Once you've got AE and PR open, then you can click on the little beaker in the top-right corner to see what's new. This intel is updated often!
Christian Simpson commented
Any updates on this? I've been asking for this feature for years in various forms or another.
Ryan Fritzsche commented
This would be HUGE. Please work on this, adobe!
Enzo Fiorello commented
Eduardo Covello commented
pleasee!!!! add this featuer @Adobe
Ricardo Borges commented
We need that
Sagor Sur commented
I could get more clients if this featchers added. Please please please add this feature on tge next update.
Christian Simpson commented
That's wonderful news Annika, you're making me very excited with that!!!! It will truly be a game changer for us and many others.