Use System Browser for Dynamic Link Import Dialog
The built-in file browser for File > Adobe Dynamic Link > Import Premiere Pro Sequence... doesn't show Windows shortcuts or OneDrive folders. We should be able to browse using the system file explorer.
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Ásta Soffía Pétursdóttir commented
The pain is real.. but you can also use the Media Browser to import the Linked comp (that also linkes the sounds from AE).
Ian Richens commented
yes please, I keep working files in a sharepoint folder, and i can't dynamic link a premiere file to an AE file /in the same folder/ because i can't browse to it.
just using the system browser would fix this, it's all stored locally so there shouldn't be any issue once the files are actually found
Kerem Floor commented
Same thing happened to me on Windows. Ondrive folders shows in dynamic link on mac though, so I was able to link there and the links were retained when opening the project back in Windows" ..but this is of course not a viable workaround for most and time-consuming. But it shows that dynamic link actually sees onedrive folders..
I am pretty sure that dynamic link to/from/and within Onedrive folders used to work in Windows earlier.