Premiere CC 2019 won't read .prproj created by Vegas Pro 16.

Norbert wrote on 5/5/2019, 2:34 PM

I wanted to export a project from Vegas Pro to Premiere CC 2019 but Premiere crashes when I try to open the file. I found out that an .aaf file can make the magic trick but messes up the soundtracks, every stereo is read as mono and Premire creates lots of new soundtracks for no reason. I have to change the sequence' resolution, too because it's read incorrectly.

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Norbert wrote on 5/5/2019, 2:52 PM

Okay, I've found that aaf doesn't support stereo tracks

"Any track that has mono and stereo audio will be ignored; the AAF format does not allow mono and stereo audio on a single track."

wjauch wrote on 5/6/2019, 7:20 PM

FWIW last year I tried loading a Premier Pro project into Vegas15, that didn't work either.

 

Norbert wrote on 5/9/2019, 11:48 AM

At least with AAF it works...

tdfilmstudio wrote on 12/17/2019, 9:21 AM

I have been waiting for this problem to be solved for a long time. Exporting Vegas projects in .prproj format does not work in new Adobe Premiere or After effects. No explanation given by Vegas pro Team, and no assurance regarding possibilities of a solution in future versions.

joost-berk wrote on 12/18/2019, 2:07 PM

The best way (for me) to import or export between Vegas and Premiere is to use .XML files (Final Cut 7/DaVinci Resolve). You won't get your effects with this methode. But at least you get Premiere to work with Vegas Pro and vice versa.

Vegas Pro user since version 1.2

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Audio: M-Audio M-Track Eight ASIO

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