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4 votesNeeds More Info · AdminJames S (Adobe) (Software Product Quality Specialist (DVA), Adobe DVA) responded
This sounds like a problem we could fix relatively easily if we can get it to happen internally. But looking at your screenshot and your description, there is some missing info. Specifically:
(1) I can see the into / outro values in the EGP for your selected Graphic. But that does not tell me what about your motion design is not happening for the clip layer, but is happening for your shape and text layer.
(2) You mentioned “add video layer to the edit panels layers”. I assume you mean drag and drop a video clip from Project Panel to the Essential Graphics Panel’s layer stack, correct? Also, is it necessary to drop the video clip into the Layers pane AFTER you’ve added Into /Outro values to the whole Graphic?
(3) Any other steps you did that might help me repro the problem too?
An error occurred while saving the commentRichard Hawkins commented
Thanks for your quick reply.
yes i admit it is difficult to explain in text. here is my best effort.
1) So what is happening is that when I drag the trim tool to shorten or extend the graphic the text and shape layers adjust while still preserving the protected sections I set in responsive design. The video layer on the other hand doesn't. it remains static, and if i extend past the videos ending it simply freeze frames the last frame of video. In contrast when I do this same graphic in after effects and bring it over to premiere when i trim the video or lengthen it the protected sections remain safe while the middle time rate stretches to accommodate the new length.
This is the reason I referred to this as a bug as I was expecting similar behaviour from premiere graphics panel since i was able to add video layers to it. The benefit I would get from this behaviour in premiere is that premiere graphics are GPU accelerated (yellow line) vs AE graphics panel are not (red line).
my ultimate goal is to create a lower third with a responsive background video layer and editable text and shapes on top but are also GPU accelerated (yellow line). A happy medium between both worlds.
2) Yes that is correct I am dragging the video layer into the stack. It doesn't matter what order i place the video layer in. The behaviour is the same. I also tried making it a premiere .mogrt hoping that the behaviour might be similar to a AE .mogrt to no avail.
3) The video layer I am adding is gopro cineform with alpha video. content is that of a lower third flying in and flying out with a static middle. and I am adding a animated shape layer and a editable text layer on top. than am dragging the front and/or back ends to lengthen or shorten the graphic. I would then like to create a .mogrt so i can bring the lower third into the sequence multiple times throughout the show. that way it is editable and has responsive design on all layers but is a little more custom looking.
workaround I tried has been to add edits to the graphic at the beginning and the end of the video animation and time rate stretch the middle but the way premiere behaves with graphics is to simply start the graphic over from the beginning when a add edit is created (unfortunately not helpful)
If you have any other questions please let me know and thank you for your help.Richard Hawkins shared this idea ·