1 In the Premiere Pro timeline, select the clips for which you want to apply the transition.

2 Right-click and in the context menu select “Replace With After Effects Composition” – this action will launch After Effects.


3 Once After Effects is running, save the project file. This file will use Premiere Pro via the Dynamic Link option.

4 The footages, that you selected in Premiere Pro, will be imported into the After Effects  composition.
Using the Motion Bro extension, insert necessary transitions between the footages.

Done! Now, all changes created in After Effects – will be automatically sent to Premiere Pro via Linked Comp.

Solving the problem with the sound FX of the transitions.

By default, sound from After Effects is not sent to Premiere Pro. To fix this, try one of the following solutions:

Solution one

1 Find the Linked Comp in the project panel. To do this, in the sequence, right-click on the Linked Comp clip and in the context menu select – Reveal in Project.

2 Drop this Linked Comp into the sequence, with the replacement of the Linked Comp.

Solution two

1 In After Effect, open the composition of preset and copy [Ctrl + C] the Sound layer.

2 In Premiere Pro, press Ctrl + V – the audio track is imported to Premiere Pro timeline.

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