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  1. MOGRTs support blending modes set inside AE when creating them

    I have created a style look in AE that uses blending modes on solid layers with generators. They look great in there when I add a clip under the design and use pass through in the layer settings. However when I export them as a MOGRT they break when trying to use them inside of Premiere because Premiere does not support using the blending modes set inside of the AE project. This is a big snag because now the only solution I can find is to recreate the look in Premiere and save it as a project so that our…

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  2. Adjustment layers in After Effects authored mogrt files.

    For titles or graphics that sit on footage, I often apply tints, blurs and other effects to obscure the background image.

    Currently, as I understand, adjustment layers do not have an effect on media outside of the mogrt.

    It would be fantastic if we could include adjustment layers in AE authored mogrt files, which then effect the footage on layers below when used in Premiere.

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