support AAF export in PPro silicon version (nothing in 22.2.0 beta)
Impossible for us to send to studio mixing4 votes
When i open an aaf with embeded audio, the clipnames are always wrong. i see completly random clip names from my premiere project.
aaf export without "breaking out to mono" doesnt work at all.15 votes
My AAF exports consistently fail with the error 'AAFRESULTINSUFFTRAN_MATERIAL". I had to export an XML, open that in premiere 2017, and export the AAF from there.
Additionally, the AAFs apparently are not accurate once opened in Pro Tools.
Premiere Pro 2018 needs to be updated to resolve this.30 votes
Sorry you had this trouble.
If you can reproduce this behavior in current versions of PPro, please contact support, and provide a project (with media) which reliably reproduces the issue.
An essential part of offline editing is delivering audio to sound post. Premiere has made it more and more difficult to interact with Pro Tools. AAF stopped working in 2018 and their suggested workaround was to go to previous version of their program - or export omf but when working with feature lenght project omf very difficult since it has 2gb size limit.5 votes
Professional export of AAF for Protools! with original file names! With out this feature Premier is NOT a PRO application. AVID es the only real PRO editing app now.23 votes
PPro does export AAF with original filenames, and supports professional inter-operation with ProTools.
I record in 32bit audio now for commercials and films. It would be AMAZING if when we had to the option to export the AAF as with 32bit audio files, giving the audio mixer an AAF with the benefits of 32bit audio.3 votes
Wow first time here, ton of topics on AAF and not a single ADOBE reaction!!!!
Really Adobe?6 votes
AAF export is basically broken in premiere 2018.
My sound engineer either gets missing audio clips in my aaf's or the timeline will sometimes consist of 4 clips under each other that have no audio in them.
Also, fix the audio metadata issue with merged clips ;-)17 votes
When i export a AAF from Premiere 12.1.2 with XAVC Intra 100 material and import it into Avid. Avid recognizes the video as DV25P 420 (PAL). Is this a problem with your AAF export code?9 votes
Would be great in a future update:
1. You can choose the mixdown video settings when making a AAF file. And therefore not a mixdown video of the default sequence settings format (in my case 4K, so huge mxf file)
2. A possibility to make a AAF of nested sequences. Now Premiere Pro exports the audio of a nested sequence into two mono files (left and right bounce) instead of all separate audio files in the main sequence.1 vote
this is one massive problem that's a huge handicap for working together with the Sound Department.
When exporting an AAF from merged Clips, the original Audioclip name (e.g. T_31.wav) gets rewritten to something like "730a1070-9de4-xxxxx.wav"
There is no chance to reconform to the original Audiofiles with which the Sounddepartment is already working.
Could you make sure the Filenames stay as the original names.
That's really important for a professional workflow!19 votes
It used to be as simple as File > Export > AAF but it's gone. I talked to support and they said use the old version.1 vote
Actually, 15.4 can import AAFs on Intel Macs, or on an ARM (M1) Mac, when PPro is running in Rosetta2 mode.
Since the 2018 update, most of the AAFs and some OMFs I import into ProTools will have delayed audio clips. Usually the clips are in relative sync, but occur several seconds later in the sequence than they should. This is a bug that used to occur before the 2017 update and largely seemed to be fixed, only to return again in 2018. Whatever you changed in 2018, it broke AAF/OMF export again.29 votes
It would be grand if it would be possible to export time-remapped / speed altered clips in a sequence as an AAF or MXF. This is causing me long work around issues when trying to export my sequence to grade in another software (davinci).6 votes
On AAF export settings there is only an option to export a mixed down video track. Can the export be extended to allow for consolidated clips with handles be built for each video edit in the sequence.1 vote
Could you expand on exactly the behavior you’d like PPro do display?
What does ‘consolidated clips’ mean, in that context?
AAFs that are exported in 2018 do not work when imported into Pro Tools. To fix this I have to downgrade the PP project to 2017 and then export from there. Please fix.11 votes
Sort out your ******* export of AAF metadata to Pro Tools.14 votes
help me export sound for pro tools24 votes
PPro’s OMF and AAF exports can be successfully imported into ProTools. If you encounter specific problems, please contact support.
aaf exported out of premier 2018 with embedded audio can't read the audio when premier tries to import it
If you export an AAF out of Premier 2018 with embedded audio. Then try to import it back into premier it doesn't extract the audio and you just get a bunch of audio files that won't link.10 votes
The AAF export video mixdown function has no settings or options available and makes bad automatic decisions
If one attempts to create an AAF of a sequence and also chooses the videomixdown feature, there is currently no method of control over which codec is chosen. I gather this is to try and guarantee compatibility with Avid products as the automatically chosen output is always part of the Avid family of DNX codecs, however I am attempting to do an AAF export of a sequence with video mixdown where the source media is 10bit 4k material. This should mean that I would need DNXHR HQx or better selected, however it automatically chooses DNXHR HQ which is an 8 bit codec. This makes it useless for my purposes.
Improved automatic decisions would be good but ultimately, at least some control over the output would be good. What if for example, I only wanted a low quality codec like DNXHD36? I would have no option and have to go with the more resource hungry DNXHR HQ codec in this case.
If one attempts to create an AAF of a sequence and also chooses the videomixdown feature, there is currently no method of control over which codec is chosen. I gather this is to try and guarantee compatibility with Avid products as the automatically chosen output is always part of the Avid family of DNX codecs, however I am attempting to do an AAF export of a sequence with video mixdown where the source media is 10bit 4k material. This should mean that I would need DNXHR HQx or better selected, however it automatically chooses DNXHR HQ which is an 8…5 votes
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