pmooney wrote on 4/23/2008, 7:53 AM
kentwolf wrote on 4/23/2008, 8:08 AM
The short answer, as already detailed, is no.

I know what I do on occasion is export what I need, take it into AE or whatever, do the FX, then take it back into Vegas.

It's a pain to do, but if you really want the AE effect, whatever it may be, this does work.
UKAndrewC wrote on 4/23/2008, 3:35 PM
You can use most AE plugins via Boris FX.

Grazie wrote on 4/24/2008, 12:18 AM
How about Satish's FrameServer? Use this to import into AE?

Cunhambebe wrote on 4/24/2008, 3:01 AM
I don't think so Grazie. I've already tried that using an old version of AE (6,0) and it fails. Maybe someone is lucky enough to try it with the new verions ($$$) ;-) Anyway, why someone would try to export the timeline or an event to AE? Isn't it easier to do it all in AE once and for all? For instance, I don't see the same options for alpha channel in Vegas and I really don't think Vegas can replace AE, since Vegas, as Premiere Pro or CS3 or whatever, is just a NLE and AE is for Visual Effects :-)
RNLVideo wrote on 4/24/2008, 7:12 PM
Actually, I've had luck framserving from Satish's plugin from Vegas to AE CS3. I do that rather than render from Vegas, do FX in AE and then render again to import back into the Vegas timeline. Basically, I'm saving the time & space of the first render.

An example would be to use AE's motion tracking.... frameserve it out to AE, render the tracked vid (usually uncompressed) & then bring it back in.

Rory Cooper wrote on 4/24/2008, 10:36 PM
hi UkAndrewC

this is good news never tried it before. How? I dont see them in fx panel

Thanks everyone all your comments are much appreciated

UKAndrewC wrote on 4/24/2008, 10:53 PM
Just put your AE plugins in the borisplugins folder and it wil load them.

apit34356 wrote on 4/25/2008, 5:05 AM
"Just put your AE plugins in the borisplugins folder and it wil load them." Thanks for the reminder! I must made better notes for when I'm away from editing for a while. Again, thanks for pointing out the Boris plugin.