Exporting clip metadata from Aframe for use in Adobe Premiere CS6 couldn't be easier.
Here's a list of the information you can port over:
Edited clip titles
Edited clip summaries
Comments, Tags & Logs
To get this information out of Aframe and into Adobe Premiere, here's what you have to do:
1) Select your chosen clips for export in Aframe. You can select single clips, multiple clips, whole collections or even entire projects.
Once you’ve made your selection, click on ‘Export’ and select ‘XML for Premiere’ from the drop- down. A new window will load, giving a brief description of your selection and link to manually download the XML, should the file download not automatically commence.
Next open up Premiere. Click on ‘File’ > ‘Import’ and select the XML file you’ve just downloaded. Premiere will import the file and by default it will ask you to locate the media for the clips listed. Go through the file picker window and locate the files you need, select them and click ‘Open’.
You’ll end up with Premiere displaying a folder labelled just the same as your XML file. That folder will contain subfolders, depending on whether or not you exported any Collections, and within these subfolders you’ll have all of your exported clips, along with all of their associated metadata in the form of markers, subclips, clip titles and descriptions.
Adobe Premiere Pro is pretty open platform it supports most media formats including
MXF. However, for our initial release we will not be supporting XML export for multiasset material
such as P2 camera rushes. Files need to be selfcontained, with all video and audio tracks incorporated.