Allow .mogrt files to export with adjustment layers to affect video clips in Premiere.
I use a lot of the same graphics for multiple "Projects" and wanted to create a template in After Effects for consistency and lessen the workload. But It part of that graphic is to turn part of the video clip black and white I need to use an Adjustment Layer. Allowing Adjustment Layers to port over with .mogrt files would make things much easier for me and I'm guessing others as well.
Its now possible to add videos to the Mogrt from within PR so that any of your effects and blend modes will be applied to the video you feed the Mogrt.
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!
Adam D commented
Yes! I have a "side third" mogrt file with protected in/out regions so I can stretch it as long as I want in Premiere. It's GREAT but would love if it could push/pull the video layer without having to manually keyframe and adjust the curves in Premiere every time I use it... especially if I have to reposition it on the timeline after it's set. Would love to bake that adjustment into the mogrt somehow.
I also back this. + make that expression controllers do not break the collapsed transformation on precomps, cause there's no need, they are not affecting pixels, why do they break it then?
Thanks for the good suggestion. I'll make sure the Motion Graphics team sees it at least.