Thanks for all the feedback. It’s pretty clear that we’ve got to look into the workflow using this format more closely, there are enough reports about gaps at this point to reopen this item. I’ll post more info about next steps shortly. In the meantime, a couple of questions are easy to answer:
- The plugin is designed for Premiere Pro. It currently doesn’t provide support for After Effects.
- It does work with AME, so if you want to use it for batch processing, that’s very doable
- If you’ve started a project with Autokroma, there’s no easy way to transfer it to be running with the new plugin.
Thank you for your feedback. This is under review.
An error occurred while saving the commentCostis Mitsotakis commented
Exporting timeline as individual clips and at the same time retain all attributes (speed alteration, position, stabilizing, size, etc...) in order to import in Davinci for example with Edl or pre-conformed edl instead of a single clip the entire timeline, is not possible.
Its doable only as a single clip (retaining attributes) for the entire timeline, but this is time consuming depending the duration of your timeline, especially lets say you need to correct just one or a couple of clips.
It should be an option in media encoder.
I’m happy to share that the team has been implementing folders (aka bins) for organization as part of a larger workflow initiative. We should be able to make this available in the public beta builds later this year with the official release following.
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