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They're 2 different tools with different purposes. AE is for compositing and premier is to edit. You'll need all three to construct some good menus.
I have a freind the has AE and I tried to play around with it and I could not understand it. I work with Photoshop well and I have used Premier also. So it seams to me that Photoshop-Premier will do just fine for what I want.
Thank you guys for the input. It will make my decision a little easier.
More comments are welcome about other programs as well.
I don't mean to hijack this thread, however could you answer a question for me please. In order to create a quality menu, would I do all of this at the correct resolution in a single Photoshop file with many layers. Thus, buttons, backgrounds, overlays, etc. will all be within one file. Can I then import this .psd into Premiere & add links, etc. onto the correct buttons (layers)?
I guess what I am asking is, does Premiere understand Photoshop layers or do i need to import each graphic (button, background, etc) seperately as .gifs/.jpgs into Premiere?
I'm experienced with Photoshop but have as yet not touched Premiere (or AE)...
Originally Posted by EViS