Outtro doesn't work with essential graphics
Great, you added protected regions. BUT, they don't work great.
You can't control where the region goes, which I've seen Some people post somewhere, but I couldn't find it (which is why this voting system kind of sucks), but the Outtro doesn't work at all.
Please SHOW where the protected region is, in premiere. This will help us know what's happening. It doesn't seem like you're Actually defining a protected region as intro/outtro though. It might just be a faster way to help AE assume where you're putting it? Not sure about that, but anyway, if a region is at the beginning or end, they need to stick there. The other regions, you should be able to drag them around a bit in Premiere. Otherwise, we're stuck slicing it up in order to get the timing right. And if there are changes after you've done that, you may have to repeat the change 3 times, since it was sliced, unless you precomposed the title. Why would you precompose a title!?!? That's basically what essential graphics is supposed to have done.
If you can't tell, I'm pretty annoyed that Adobe added this in a Very beta sort of stage. It's like they didn't even test it before putting it in. And the help file is hardly useful regarding protected regions. (probably because they don't really work)
Eduardo Asta commented
Responsive design is totally broken
sometimes, when people are so angry it makes it hard to fully comprehend what they are saying. But I am curious, so I want to give it shot to ask you some questions.
1. You are seeing an issue with the Responsive Design --Time feature for Ae Mogrts, correct?
2. You want to see the protected regions when you import the mogrt into the timeline in Premiere, correct?
3. The part I do not understand is why trimming the mogrt is not working for you to make "the timing right" and why you are being forced to slice the mogrt up. Please elaborate.