Learn the ins and outs of Dynamic Link between Premiere Pro and After Effects in this Cinecom.net with host Jordy Vandeput. First, at 1:36 Jordy shows how to import a Premiere Pro sequence into After Effects so that it appears as one Dynamically Linked clip, when a change is made to the sequence in Premiere Pro, the clip will update inside After Effects. This a good workflow for color grading in particular. At 3:51 Jordy demonstrates the more common Dynamic Link workflow of Replace with After Effects Composition. This sends selected clips from Premiere Pro to After Effects, and replaces them with a Dynamically Linked clip. Assuming you're finished with your After Effects work, Jordy shows how to Render and Replace the Dynamically Linked clip at 7:12.
Fast and user friendly workflow between Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. Learn how to use Dynamic Link and render and replace. —Cinecom.net