Aescripts Influx v1.3.0 (Win, Mac): All-in-one native Importer plug-in to Adobe (Premiere Pro and After Effects and Media Encoder). A variety of codecs and formats are supported.
Some great features of Influx:
The native format is directly imported within Adobe CC Video
- There is no need to use an external transcoding application for transcoding anymore! This software saves you time and disk space, and hassle.
- Import and edit your data in Premiere Pro
- Processing your video directly into After Effects
- Download all of your PrPro as well as AEfx projects to Media Encoder, as well as transcode them directly into AME.
A wide range of formats and codecs are supported:
- Formats.MKV (Matroska Video files, for instance, recordings made using OBS Studio).WebM, Flash. FLV,OGV as well as Bink .BIK, AVI, Quicktime. MOV, Windows Media. WMV, VOB, etc.
- Video codecs: FFV1, VP8, and VP9. Canopus HQ, all commons codecs, such as H.264, H.265, etc.
- Audio codecs: FLAC.OPUS. OGG Vorbis,MKA, WMA, etc.
- The same range of features and results in the same results on the two platforms of macOS as well as Windows as well as all Adobe versions that are supported (2019 until 2022)
- macOS Intel as well as Apple Silicon: 10.14 to 11. (Big Sur)
- Microsoft Windows 10
- Adobe CC 2019 to 2022 included
- Files that had no duration in metadata couldn't be imported, now fixed (Thanks, Charwin !), especially useful for some videos downloaded from YouTube
- After Effects: the alpha channel was sometimes missing, but now fixed (Thanks, Peter !)
- Audio conforming took a lot of time in some special cases, making Influx decoding unresponsive; now fixed (Thanks, Benson !)
- Some files couldn't be decoded and were fixing the "unknown pixel format" error, which is now fixed (Thanks, Etan !)
- Some audio streams with more than eight audio channels were not properly decoded; now fixed
- Update to ffmpeg v5.1 libraries: support for decoding QOI (Quite an OK Image Format), JPEG XL, MSN Siren, GEM Raster, and Speex audio; only works if you import them with the .influx suffix extension
- macOS : minimum supported version is now 11.0 / 10.16 (Big Sur)
- Various bugs and memory leak fixes
- In some footage, Influx has difficulty figuring out the correct Range of colors, sometimes resulting in color shifts. As a workaround, for now, you can force importing it as Full Range by suffixing your file with !color_range=full.influx (or shorter !cr=full.influx). You can also force importing it as Limited / TV Range by suffixing with !color_range=limited—influx (or shorter !cr=limited. Influx). Please send us your footage with incorrect ranges!
* Influx will now reject importing some files if they are corrupted instead of importing them and then generating an error. The influx will also import video streams with incorrect duration as an Image
- Improve internal importing processes for newly imported audio-video files, improving general stability and compatibility. Previous files in older PrPro projects (before updating Influx to this version) will be kept as-is; this will only impact new imports.
- After Effects: Improved audio decoding performance for long files
- Influx Trial has been extended to all three first minutes of all files and the first 10 seconds of every minute to let you see more of your footage. This also applies to audio tracks. Before, it was 500 frames of video and 30 seconds of audio
- PrPro / AME: Media Start timecode is now displayed at the bottom right of all thumbnails decoded by Influx (formats Influx supports such as .mkv and .influx or all files when Influx is in Overriding mode)
- Better input file description inside After Effects at the top of the Project Panel on the right of the video thumbnail
- Slow audio conforming bug fix
- Memory leaks bug fix
Download Aescripts Influx v1.3.0 (Win, Mac) from the below link now!