How To Add Adobe After Effects To Premiere

If you’re interested in video editing, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects. These two tools are highly regarded in the realm of video editing and special effects. While Adobe Premiere is great for trimming and modifying footage, Adobe After Effects is the preferred tool for incorporating captivating effects that can elevate your videos.

The amazing thing is, you can combine both of these tools to make your video editing process even smoother. In this blog post, we will show you how to add Adobe After Effects to Premiere.

Step 1: Create Your Composition in After Effects

The first step is all about creating your composition in Adobe After Effects. Open up the program, and create a new composition by clicking on the Composition menu and then New Composition.

Step 2: Add Your Effects

Now that your composition is ready, you can start adding your effects. This can be done by selecting the layer you want to add effects to, and then going to the Effect menu and choosing the effect you want to add.

Step 3: Save Your After Effects Project

Once you’ve added all of the effects you want, it’s time to save your After Effects project. To do this, go to the File menu and then Save As.

Step 4: Import Your After Effects Project into Premiere

Now it’s time to switch over to Adobe Premiere. Open up the program and go to the File menu. Select Import and navigate to the After Effects project file you just saved. Open it up, and it will be added to your project bin in Premiere.

Step 5: Add Your After Effects Composition to Your Premiere Timeline

Now that your After Effects project is in Premiere, you can add it to your timeline. Simply drag and drop the composition from your project bin to your timeline, and you’re done!

And there you have it! You’ve successfully added Adobe After Effects to Premiere. By combining these two powerful tools, you can streamline your video editing process and create stunning videos with ease.