Hi, guys, do you know the two popular editing tools called Avid Media Composer and Adobe After Effects? Two excellent editors which have own special characteristics or common points in editing world. So someone may ask for different usage in different occasions, we may choose one as our best. Could we move projects from Avid MC to Adobe After Effects for another editing?
Here we got two solutions to the questions below, any one you can select to meet your needs.
Solution 1. via AAF-— the simplest way to transfer projects from Avid to After Effects. Some details are provided here, you can take a reference. Select the sequence you want to export and go to File > Export….
In the Export As drop down, choose AAF:
The primary reason one exports from Avid to After Effects is to add effects and filters to footage. You don’t want to transcode media or reduce its quality in any way. For this reason, I recommend you select ‘Link to (Don’t Export) Media in the Export Method drop down (as shown above). However, if you’re moving from one computer to another, then it might be a goo
d idea to select ‘Copy All Media’ instead. This way, your clips travel with the AAF file.
As far as audio is concerned, it is pointless to export multiple audio tracks to After Effects. Better to mixdown the audio to one track and export that single track if necessary. If you’re only exporting clips or portions of your sequence, then uncheck Include Audio Tracks in Sequence.
In After Effects, go to File > Import…> Pro Import After Effects…. Click on Modify Settings…:
If you are failed with method 1 above, Here we also get the method 2 instead.
Solution 2. Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate—convert any projects from Avid MC to After Effects.
Supported for any video formats output from Avid MC, we can encode them with the most compatible videos for After Effects. Load your output files from Avid MC to the program Avid to After Effects Video Converter, we can choose the suitable output format such like ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg)’, then click the ‘Convert’ button to start your conversion. Finally transfer your output projects to After Effects with ‘File’>>’Load files’…More details about the conversion you can take the following picture as a reference.
Which one do you like better? Obviously, the second one may attracts your attention with easy operation and multiple functions, am I right?