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You can get your projects back on track if you try Dacia's suggestion of turning your AE comps into .mogrt files.
Open AE, right-click the comp you normally edit in Premiere, select "open in Essential Graphics", then from the comp timeline drag the parameters you want to be able to edit in PPro up to the Essential Graphics panel. Once done, from that same panel export the .mogrt and save to your library. Now in the Essential Graphics panel in Premiere you will be able to drag the mogrt down to your timeline as a clip and edit as required.
Apologies if you already knew this workflow. I'm just excited because not only has it got my projects going forward again, but it's smoother in Premiere and more easily shareable to my wider team members that use the same template graphics.
Thanks for your reply and the good news that it's a recognized bug that's being addressed.
I'm taking the opportunity to follow your suggestion and use my AE templates within the Essential Graphics panel. However, I'm experiencing a problem with that workflow which is making it unusable.
I've documented the problem here: https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/essential-graphics-template-colors-changing/td-p/10883486?page=1
If you have a moment to take a look I would be most appreciative.
Another update - this time to Premiere 2020 - and the problem hasn't been fixed. Making windows stay where you put them is not considered worth Adobe's time, I suppose.
Six months later, and despite a big Premiere update this bug has not been fixed.
I'm experiencing the bug as well. For me I've only noticed the project window not saving to my desired location; however, it very well could be other windows too...it's just that I specifically want the project window in a certain place but am unable to save it there.
Once a project is started and windows are arranged, the windows remain in location upon re-opening the project. But when I start a new project and choose the custom workspace, the project window is reset to the lower left corner of my left monitor (where I don't want it).
This is under review for future release.
With the update to Premiere Pro 2020, AE 2020 and AME 2020 I can confirm that this bug is now fixed.
@Philip - The bug is still present with AME 13.1.5. It is not yet possible to export a Premiere sequence with open captions via Media Encoder IF THE SEQUENCE CONTAINS A DYNAMICALLY LINKED AFTER EFFECTS CLIP.
Yes, just the fact that there's an AE comp makes it fail. Follow the steps below and see if the same happens for you:
1) Create a new Premiere Pro project
2) Create a new sequence within that project.
3) Create a new open caption asset, then place that caption asset within the sequence. You'll now see "Type Caption Text Here" in the program window.
4) Press Ctrl+M, double check that "burn captions into video" is selected under Captions/Export Options, then click Queue.
5) When Encoder opens, click the green Start Queue arrow. Video file is created with open captions reading "Type Caption Text Here" visible.
Good news. Now, let's add an After Effects file...
6) Open After Effects and create a new composition which matches the settings of the Premiere Pro sequence. You don't have to put anything in this composition...just create it and save.
7) In Premiere Pro, use Media Browser to find the After Effects comp created in step 6 and import it.
8) Drag the imported comp to the timeline and place it directly after the open captions asset which is already there from step 3.
9) Press Ctrl+M, double check that "burn captions into video" is selected under Captions/Export Options, then click Queue.
10) When Encoder opens, click the green Start Queue arrow. A video file is created with NO CAPTIONS VISIBLE.
I'm trying to get open captions out of a Premiere sequence containing a dynamically linked AE comp exported with AME.
If you check out my entire original post, you'll see that I've already explored the Import Settings window. The problem is the background colors options in caption Import Settings are limited to 22 options, none of which conform to my company's brand requirements.
Am I missing something?
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This problem is independent of any asset format/codec. If you've followed my steps, then you'll see that everything I've outlined is independent of an actual clip of any size/wrapper/codec, etc.
Kevin Monahan verified the bug at the following link: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2638080
Can you really not recreate this? When you follow my steps exactly, you get open captions burned into the exported file via AME?
Please let me know what you've found.
A clarification I've noticed regarding issue 1 from Pierre's list:
With Premiere 13.1.3 it's still not possible to export a sequence with open captions using Encoder if there are any dynamically linked AE clips in the sequence you're trying to export.
Just confirmed with Premiere 13.1.3 that it's still *not possible* to export a sequence with open captions using Encoder if there are any dynamically linked AE clips in the Premiere sequence you're trying to export.
We anticipate resolving this problem in an upcoming release, and I will update this UserVoice item to “Completed” when the new functionality is fully tested and available.
With newer Apple systems, especially those based on the T2 chipset, many previously singular states of the Built-in audio interface are now exposed as completely different virtual devices by MacOS. One used to be able to plug in a pair of headphones and let the OS re-route the output automatically. Now, this either requires a manual change, or utilizing new frameworks for the same functionality.
Thanks for your feedback, and please stay tuned.
I zoom in on the timeline when I'm cutting specific sounds from a clip. Zooming in to the waveform of a few words, as well as expanding the audio track height, gives me a really good look at what I'm hearing.
Does this not work for you?
Ctrl+S saves my project. No clip colors change.