Aviv, You might be want t

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Aviv,

You might be want to try this too. Export your work as a Quicktime file (.mov) by using the Quicktime codec from within Premiere. Just set it to RGB+alpha (I think that’s the one), and you will get the same high quality video as an AVI file but with the transparences of the alpha channel included. I know AF and Premier can work with this format but Im not certain about that 3D/Effects app youre referring too. I have to believe that it can. In fact most of the higher end video apps should be able to work with Quicktime files by now.

After you’re all done bouncing back and fourth between programs and you have your desired video and effects laid down, just bring it all back into Premier and render the whole thing out as a final AVI file and you would be good to go from there.

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