05-30-2019 07:45 AM
I recently bought the fusion and was working on some videos in Adobe Premier Pro 2019 with the new Plug-ins recently released. More specifically the effect I was working with was the GoPro Reframe effect.
During the whole editing process everything was working fine but at the end of it when it came time to render "pitch" and "yaw" stopped working. Even though the key frames were still there and I could see the values going up and down the video itself stopped making those movements.
I understand these new plug in updates are in beta and they may have some bugs in them. But trying to see if anyone else has encountered these issues and found a solution!
I was also trying to see if I could get the previous versions of the plugins to work on the 2018 premier pro as well so of someone could link me to that, that would be awesome!
05-30-2019 08:55 AM
The new plugin's are for Adobe Premier 2019 and can be found here:
These are fully functioning Plugin's and not "beta". The only Beta software is the Firmware 2.0 for the camera and Fusion studio 1.4.
Please note, that if you plan to use Adobe Premier 2018, you can use the older plugins which are automatically installed as part of the Fusion Studio 1.3 package. You can find them here:
05-30-2019 09:12 AM
05-30-2019 09:34 AM
Hard to say since you haven't mentioned whether you are running Windows or IOS, you also didn't know which was final software or beta, and there were some other inconsistancies in your post, so it's possible its just a simple picnic error rather than a plugin error.
The only time I ran into a similar issue was trying to use the plugins in Fusion Studio 1.3 with Adobe Premier 2019 ( by manually trying to copy them into the Adobe Effects Folder). When I did that, I found the GoPro effects showed up in Adobe Premier 2019 but they didn't function properly. For instance the very first FOV, Pitch, Yaw, Roll movement would work, but subsequent keyframes would be ignored. This sounds very similar to what you're experiencing. However for that to happen I had to manually move the effects folder from 2018 to 2019. The Fusion Studio Plugin found in version 1.3 doesn't automatically install into Adobe Premier 2019, so it's unusual that you're experiencing these issues in Adobe Premier 2019 using the latest plugin's.
You can also run both Adobe Premier 2018 and Adobe Premier 2019 on the same PC at the same time if you're having problems with the Reframe Plugin. If it works on Adobe Premier 2018, issue is solved.