Add the ability to keyframe an imported After Effects MOGRT
It would be extremely useful to be able to keyframe the controls in Premiere Pro for a MOGRT (Motion Graphic Template) created in After FX. I create a template in AFX, add it to CC libraries, I can import this into Premiere and adjust the controls, but I can't keyframe them. This would take the power of MOGRT's to a whole new level.
I have extensively documented the process I'm trying to do here: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/255599
Mahmud Syed commented
Adobe Getting on my NERVES.
Stefan Gruenwedel commented
Is there a compelling reason why keyframes cannot be carried over into a mogrt for use in Premiere Pro? Seems to me this breaks a required aspect of the workflow.
(This thread need to be filed under After Effects, not Premiere Pro.)
Blows my mind that this doesn't work in Premiere. When you create an animation with keyframes and set it up inside the essential graphics panel in AE, you can add the position in that panel that has the keyframes and it works perfectly. The second you save it to a .mogrt file and try to use it in Premiere, the animation is static and doesn't work. I guess everyone here is saying the same thing, but for importing back into AE..
Arthur Hakhverdian commented
I remember how shocked I was to discovered that you couldn't keyframe the parameters.
The only workaround for me at the moment is to export from PPro, import to AfterFX, animate the motion graphic there, and pull the comp into PPro again.
Need this so much. Within AfterFX, expressions can be made to make seriously advanced and responsive MOGRT's - just need to be able to keyframe them in PPro for another level of advancement. I use AFX Mogrt's for loads of graphics now, and keep running into situation where keyframing would take this to a whole new level.
Yes please! We need keyframes so bad!
This would be incredibly useful in our use case where I want to create templates in After Effects and set parameters for a list of bullet points that come on screen in time with a presenter (in a presentation style).
Although I know this can now be created in Premeire with the basic transform options, I have created a template where I have linked an animated element to a slider, which would be amazing to keyframe within Premiere and would save a ton of time.
This would be fantastic
Franck Payen - fr32c commented
Another thing that I miss when importing mogrt from Ae is the ability to see/visualize the responsive time frozen zones, so that I know if I have enough space around and can reserve a "reading time".
Kevin Monahan commented
Good one. Thanks for making the request!
Tom Morton commented
Sorry the link I posted is slightly incorrect. It should be: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2555991