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    Hi Matt,

    Thanks for your request and agreed!! There is a way to cheat this a little bit in Mogrts using the Media Replacement workflow, but it would be limited to a selected blendmode.

    Media Replacement allows you to create an Essential Property control from an image, video, .psd, or .ai layer in AE. Using this control in Premiere allows you to them drop new media into the control in the EGP and have that media render via the Mogrt, i.e. all blendmodes and effects in the Mogrt will be applied to that new media. Here's a few images of a Media Replacement mogrt that I built with a blendmode on the shape layer. I combined other controls like the Fill Color to change the look of that blendmode as it relates to the new media in Premiere.

    You can't change the blendmode once you're in Premiere, but you could have a couple of versions if you needed it.

    Here's a rad tutorial from the incomparable, EC Abrams on the feature.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AVqpj6kGDY

    Thanks again for the feature request!
    Dacia

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    Thanks for reporting this, Nic... also HI!!!!

    I'm not seeing a repro on Mac or Win with the latest Beta builds. I'm relinking to cloud-based files on Mac and local on Win.

    Would you mind installing the latest Beta and seeing if you can reproduce the issue? I'm hoping that it's been fixed since 15.4.1 but also worried that it's a bug lurking under certain conditions.

    Thanks,
    Dacia

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    AdminDacia Saenz (Quality Engineer, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Hi Frédéric,

    Thanks for the request.

    Do you want the script to change the duration of the Primary comp that the layer the Media Replacement control is created from is in, like I decide to use a 10-second clip instead of a 5-second clip and I want that to change the comp settings?

    Or do you want to change the duration of the comp that is created when you use Media Replacement in an Essential Properties workflow, and change the media via Essential Properties in the timeline?

    Thanks,
    Dacia

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    Hi Paul,

    I'm not exactly sure what your set-up is but I ran a quick test with what I think you're describing and the Media Replacement workflow totally honors the Multiply Blend Mode (and others) when a shape layer is over the new footage in Premiere once it's replaced in the AE Mogrt.

    Here's a screen recording of the basic workflow. (too big to attach)
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bwekx1ycQh6b8EVBqA4xM-vEPAYt-9qu/view?usp=sharing

    I also attached a few stills from the video here for a quick view. But in order for AELib to "see" the footage in Premiere, that footage has to be replaced in the Mogrt itself. The Mogrt can't act like an adjustment layer over footage in the PR sequence itself, since all of that is invisible to Tiny Inception AE™️ inside of Premiere

    Please let me know if I misunderstood the request though. You have my email as well, so please feel free to send over the Mogrt that is not behaving as you expect and I can see what's going on.

    Cheers,
    Dacia

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    Hi Paul,

    I'm not exactly sure what your set-up is but I ran a quick test with what I think you're describing and the Media Replacement workflow totally honors the Multiply Blend Mode (and others) when a shape layer is over the new footage in Premiere once it's replaced in the AE Mogrt.

    Here's a screen recording of the basic workflow. (too big to attach)
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bwekx1ycQh6b8EVBqA4xM-vEPAYt-9qu/view?usp=sharing

    I also attached a few stills from the video here for a quick view. But in order for AELib to "see" the footage in Premiere, that footage has to be replaced in the Mogrt itself. The Mogrt can't act like an adjustment layer over footage in the PR sequence itself, since all of that is invisible to Tiny Inception AE™️ inside of Premiere

    Please let me know if I misunderstood the request though. You have my email as well, so please feel free to send over the Mogrt that is not behaving as you expect and I can see what's going on.

    Cheers,
    Dacia

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    We've also added the ability to swap out logos, images, and video in Mogrts with a feature called Media Replacement https://youtu.be/r2anF8xLDH4

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    Hi Gregory,

    Thanks for reporting this. I'm going to try and repro in-house, and get back with some more details shortly.

    Cheers,
    Dacia

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    Hi Casey!

    This is an awesome Feature Request and one of my biggest dreams too! We've got it on the backlog, but are underway with some other top priorities at the moment. Thanks for the feedback though, and so happy to hear you're rocking Media Replacement out! Its been my favorite feature to work on in the last few years!

    Thanks,
    Dacia

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    Hi Casey,

    I think what might be happening here is a collision between 2 features. The Media Replacement feature has some hard rules around time, dimensions, and frame rate that were needed to make it work. Whatever layer you use to make the Media Replacement control in the EGP, essentially sets the "container" of time, dimension, and duration for any media that is replaced later downstream.

    If I'm understanding what you're describing correctly, then that's likely why you aren't able to trim that layer.

    Duration is a tricky one though, because if you use a still image as the MR control which has no intrinsic duration, then the duration is set by the parent comp.

    The comps that are created when you replace media via Essential Properties can be accessed to then make custom changes to but within these constraints, which in this case I think would require you to make timing changes with stretch or expressions.

    Alternatively, nesting the MR Contol in another comp and adding the Responsive Design-Time at that point in the hierarchy might be a possible workaround.

    It would be easier for me to try to figure out a workaround with a sample project and a screen recording of what you're trying to do though. I'm going to email you now and hopefully, we can find something that works!

    Thanks,
    Dacia

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    Hi Glenn,

    I've been replying to users who are complaining about this issue for while, and no one will share any of their files or reply back. This makes it incredibly difficult to narrow down what might be the cause of the slow down.

    Mogrts can be slow for a multitude of reasons-- expression-heavy comps, lots of render-intensive effects, etc. There are also ways to optimize them to make them more nimble.

    It sounds like the Mogrts you are working with were performing better in previous releases?
    Can you please share what version your Mogrts were performing well in, what version they started slowing down and your system specs please?

    It's also way easier to help repro a potential bug or help give guidance on how to optimize your Mogrts if I can check them out myself. If you could share them with me that would be super helpful.

    I need some help to try and help. So, if you could please send me a few of your simple mogrts, your system specs, and maybe if you're up to it, a screen recording of what you're experiencing, we can have something to go on, and get to the bottom of things.

    Will you be the gem that gets back to me finally?

    I hope so!

    Thanks,
    Dacia

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    Hi Aya,

    I'm sorry you're experiencing that. Sharing your files will definitely help us diagnose what the issue might be. Can you please also let me know what version of Premiere Pro you're using and what your system specs are?

    Thank you so much!
    Dacia

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    Hi Sophie,

    Mogrts can be slow for a multitude of reasons-- expression-heavy comps, lots of render-intensive effects, etc. There are also ways to optimize them to make them more nimble.

    It sounds like the Mogrts you are working with were performing better in previous releases?
    Can you please share what version your Mogrts were performing well in, what version they started slowing down and your system specs please?

    It's also way easier to help repro a potential bug or help give guidance on how to optimize your Mogrts if I can check them out myself. If you could share them with me that would be super helpful as well.

    Thanks,
    Dacia

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    Hi Dixon,

    That sounds super frustrating. Would you be able to share the Mogrt via Dropbox or Google Drive?
    Or if you can change the extension for the mogrt file to .zip, then attaching it will work. This forum doesn't allow .mogrt files to attach, unfortunately.

    Thanks,
    Dacia

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    Hi Joshua,

    Would you be willing to share some of the Mogrts that are giving you grief? You mentioned that they are slow in the newest version of PR. What version are you on, and were these same Mogrts running smoothly on in older versions?

    Thanks,
    Dacia

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    Hi Y'all,

    Would y'all be willing to share some of the Mogrts that are painfully slow. There is a known lagtime between Premiere Pro and the Tiny Inception After Effects™️ inside of Premiere that can get bogged down when there are a ton of expressions, render-heavy effects, and anything 3D, but simple Mogrts shouldn't be slowing you down too excessively.

    It would be super helpful to get some examples in-house and compare performance to older versions of Premiere as well. It is always possible that some gross bug has made it into newer versions and is mucking things up.

    If you could also please share what version of PR you're using and system specs that would be rad!
    I noticed the original poster, Dan is on Mac 10.13.6 which is a few versions back and may be contributing to the issues.

    Thanks so much,
    Dacia

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    Hi Johnathan,

    There are a few examples in this community link about how to achieve this:
    https://community.adobe.com/t5/after-effects/link-a-keyframe-to-slider-control-without-affecting-other-keyframes/m-p/9887407

    Hope that helps!

    Dacia

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    Hi Giorgio,

    Good news!! Have you heard of Essential Properties (formerly called Master Properties)? You can add parameters from the timeline of a Primary Comp (and any nested comp within) into the Essential Graphics Panel and organize them into groups and sub-groups.

    At that point, nest the Primary Comp into a new comp and twirl open the layer. You'll find all of the groups and subgroups that you've created in your timeline! This means you have access to whatever parameters you want to focus on, AND it also means you can create multiple versions of your Primary Comp using this method too. This allows you to Push and Pull any changed values back up to or from the Primary Comp.

    Here's a little breakdown video of how these work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1ZsiQy764Q

    And check out the attached image to see how the Groups and Sub-groups look in the timeline.

    Hope this helps!
    Dacia

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    AdminDacia Saenz (Quality Engineer, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Hi Andrea,

    If you want to delete all of the Mogrts that come pre-installed with Premiere Pro (and AE), all you have to do is make sure that the .txt files in the Common / Motion Graphics Templates folder stay in the folder. (please see image attached)
    - PrMogrtInstall13-0-0.txt
    - AEMogrtInstall16-0.txt

    If these are in that folder, then the "factory mogrts" won't be re-installed at launch.

    You can add keywords to multiple mogrts at once, by selecting as many as you want in the EGP in PR.

    There are also a couple of options that we recommend for helping folks keep their Mogrt collections organized.

    You can always save your licensed Mogrts to CC Libraries, which now have the option to use sub-groups. Using sub-groups will require adding Mogrts to your sequence via the Libraries panel though.

    Alternatively, if you want to keep things managed with a little more control over the actual files themselves, you can use the "Manage Additional Folders" option in the hamburger menu of the EGP. This allows you to move collections of Mogrts into specific folders and create custom pathways to those folders, locally or on a server. You can also choose to export Mogrts out of AE directly into these folders once they are set up. You can filter the EGP by whichever folder you need to focus on for that particular project.

    Another alternative to return to having a more traditional folder structure is to install Premiere Composer.
    Mr. Horse makes this really rad free plug-in that comes with a ton of free Mogrts, but most importantly has a panel that organizes your content, including Mogrts into a more traditional folder structure.
    Mr. Horse is an incredible 3rd-party developer and has a long track record of making complimentary tools for After Effects and Premiere Pro.
    Hope this helps!
    https://misterhorse.com/premiere-composer
    https://youtu.be/CPgSPWIw1Qk

    Cheers,
    Dacia

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    Hi Joseph,

    My apologies, I just saw your response, and that means the link expired ☹️.
    I'm sending you an email now so that we can connect more directly.

    We are addressing a number of bugs with the dropdown menu, and I would definitely love to have an in-house repro for this specific issue.

    Thanks for your patience,
    Dacia

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    Hi Joseph,

    Thank you for confirming that I'm not going nuts! I ran into this a few months ago but was never able to reproduce the issue.

    Would you be willing to share your project with me? Sometimes the bug is baked into the project itself and can be super helpful for debugging. I really want to get this one fixed for sure.

    Thanks so much,
    Dacia

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    Hi Eduardo...

    Premiere can't really disable expressions because they are read by a Tiny Inception version of AE™️ that lives inside of Premiere. But expressions can break if they are written in one language and used in another, or if Unicode characters are used in the Expression Editor like umlats, accents, or special characters.
    There are ways to write the expressions so that they work in any language and across platforms, and a script that can do that for you called the Expression Universalizer: https://aescripts.com/expressionuniversalizer/

    Can you please share your Mogrts with me? I'd love to try and figure out what is failing and why.
    It would also be very helpful to know what versions of AE and PR you and your client are using, and what machines you are both using. For instance, are you on Mac and they are on Windows?

    Mogrts cannot be uploaded to Uservoice unfortunately, but feel free to send me a link to a Creative Cloud Library, Dropbox, Google Drive, or whatever works best for you.

    Thanks!
    Dacia

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    Hi Amir,

    While this feature is not in development at the moment, you have a couple of options to help you fine-tune animations in Mogrts once you're in Premiere Pro.

    There is a feature called Responsive Design - Time which allows you to change the overall timing of a Mogrt by creating Protected Regions at certain points in the Primary comp. If you want to be able to fine-tune the animation in Premiere, then setting the Protected Regions around the parts of the comp that are static will allow the timing to be squashed or stretched in the animated parts.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_mHxwJeAuY

    Or if you want to be able to control the timing of certain elements in your Mogrt, then EC Abrams tutorial on using expressions for time is a must watch!

    Control Time in Templates - Adobe After Effects tutorial
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i69oa0EeJ3A

    Thanks so much,
    Dacia

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    AdminDacia Saenz (Quality Engineer, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Hi all,

    Unfortunately, the workaround solution that I wanted to propose to y'all is not going to work after all.
    The request continues to be logged, and we will definitely update this channel if there is any news.

    Apologies for getting hopes up. 😞
    Dacia

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    Hi Pierre,

    What you're requesting is the ability for Mogrts to be able to Camera Track footage and then connect your shape to one of the null targets the 3D Camera Tracker creates. This is waaaaaay more complex than having the ability to keyframe parameters once you're in PR.

    I would suggest a new Feature Request for that.

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    Hola y'all... there are some technical reasons why this hasn't been possible in Mogrts yet but we've got a workaround in the oven thats almost ready to share!

    I will update this channel in a couple of weeks or so :)

    Cheers,
    Dacia

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    AdminDacia Saenz (Quality Engineer, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Hola Marco,

    Es super facil créar titulos con textos en roller usando la panel de Gráficos Esenciales. Aqui ay un video que demuestra como convertir el texto https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayxE2mVaW-4

    Y lo unico que necesitas hacer para usar el logo es mover la imagen de la panel de Proyectos y soltarla en la panel de Gráficos Esenciales. Hasta se puede convertir en mascara el logo para las formas o texto.

    Ojala le ayuden esta informacion!

    Saludos,
    Dacia

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    AdminDacia Saenz (Quality Engineer, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Thanks so much for all the detail Vinod!

    It sounds like you're using Mogrts that were made in After Effects. I'm going to investigate this issue further and see if I can also reproduce the bug on Mac Intel and Windows. The thing that strikes me as odd in the original image that you shared is that the echoing of images is from the video image not the graphics. 🤔 Just to confirm, are you adding the Hold Frame option to the video too or just the graphics??

    In the meantime,

    You can open the .mogrt file in After Effects and add the option to change the font and add the option to add Responsive-Design Time to the Mogrt. I think this will give you the functionality of the Hold Frame option that you are looking for in a cleaner workaround.

    You can open the mogrt in AE with the following steps:

    1. Launch AE
    2. Use File > Open (this is the only way to do it)
    3. Select the Mogrt file from your desktop or downloads
    4. Follow the dialog that pops up and asks you what folder you want to extract the project to
    5. and boom you've got the .aep
    (Every Mogrt has the related .aep inside)

    To add the ability to change the font in Premiere Pro:
    1. Open the Essential Graphics Panel
    2. Find the Source Text Control and select "Edit Properties"
    3. This will open a dialog that will allow you to add the option to change fonts, change font styles, and add faux styles to your text when you're back in Premiere.

    Here's a video that will show you how to add Responsive-Design Time to the Mogrt as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kdjbd8-2ZdI

    Basically you can place the workbar over the place in the timeline where nothing is moving and right-click on it to create Protected Region from selection. You have to do this at the Primary Comp level for it to work in Premeire Pro.

    Then Export the Mogrt. Once you're back in Premiere Pro, you can stretch this Mogrt as long as you need it and whatever is within the Protected Region will "hold" in place. If you need to get rid of the outro animation, you can just slice the end of the Mogrt off.

    I hope this will be helpful to get you going while we sort out this Hold Frame bug.

    Thanks so much for reporting,
    Dacia

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    AdminDacia Saenz (Quality Engineer, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Hi Vinod!

    Whooooaa! That's really wild echoing. A few quick Q's:

    Are you using a text animation graphic that was created in Premiere Pro or After Effects?
    Are you exporting from Premiere Pro natively or through Adobe Media Encoder?

    Would you mind sharing the graphic that you're using if possible?

    Lastly, have you heard of Responsive-Design Time in Mogrts??? Adding this functionality will allow you to designate parts of your graphic to "hold" the time in just those protected regions regardless of how long you stretch the graphic.

    Thank you for reporting this and hope to get you back on track soon!
    Dacia

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