Important fix for Premiere Pro packages

What was fixed

  1. Fixed an issue where the transition was not added to the timeline after clicking ‘Apply’.
  2. Optimized transition import process. The transition will import much faster in projects with many sequences and clips.

How to update

To update, reinstall the presets package. You don’t need to re-download the product again. After reinstalling will overwrite the old Premiere Pro script with the new one.


If your project has previously added transitions

NOTE! If your project has transitions that are added from a non-updated version of the presets package, you need to check one of the suggested solutions:

Solution 1

If previously added transitions are not needed, delete the ‘Motion Bro Folder’ from the Project panel.

Solution 2

If previously added transitions are needed, all sequences named ‘IN_SEQ’ and ‘OUT_SEQ’ in the ‘Motion Bro Folder’ should be renamed. It is enough to add any character to the name, for example, ‘IN_SEQ 1’.

25 thoughts on “Important fix for Premiere Pro packages

  1. Rubin says:

    Mam problem bowiem instaluję od nowa plugin nie działa pobieram presety i nadal nie działa ktoś może mi pomóc wszystkie wtyczki nie działają poprostu nie pojawiają się na lini czasu w premier pro wiem że naprawiliście to tutaj ale nadal mi nie działa gdy pobrałem presety oraz plugin manualnie od nowa nwm już o co chodzi pomóźcie plz

  2. Toby Fernando says:

    Hi guys,

    when I am trying to import graphic templates I keep receiving an error of “Unknown error while loading the motion graphic template” any ideas of how I can fix this?

  3. 245 says:

    I’m using the Premier 23.5 version.
    And I bought VideoLancer for Premier on June 19th
    I reinstall and use the motion bro, but it doesn’t work properly.
    It works fine on 1920*1080 It also works well on 3840*2160
    However, on 2560*1440, the screen is blinking or the front is only black
    If there is another solution, please let me know

  4. Dalibor says:

    Hi, I purchased the plugin and the 1100 free presets Version 2 (it says legacy, so…)
    But now when I add which ever transition, only wipe down is being applied. I literally go to zoom, and click Apply, and the applied transition is slide down. I uninstalled the package as advised in this thread, but it still didn’t help.
    Am I doing something wrong here?

  5. Rodrigo says:

    Hey VideoLancer, congrats for the Version 4.0 update, it’s awesome!!
    I just want to give a feedback about the previews, specifically the audio ones.
    The package I’m using is the “Toko Sound FX Pack”.
    When I try to hear the audio, do I have to keep waiting for the preview playback to reach the end and then hear it from the beginning, or does it have an option to play the preview only when I hover the mouse, just like old one? Would be great! 🙂
    And one more thing: In old version, the audios were being added to timeline on orange markers. Will it happen on this version as well someday? Next update, maybe? hehehe It was very useful to me, and I think for a lot of people too.
    Cheers!

    • videolancer says:

      Hello, thanks for the feedback. We are just working on updating the plugin, which will add a preview mode like in the previous version. And also, in general, we are optimizing the preview mode to work better on weak computers. Regarding markers, I just reported this issue to the author of the Toko package; hopefully, it will also be resolved.

  6. Marsouille says:

    Hi !
    First i wanted to say thanks for the new update !
    By my side when i want to “apply” on a sound effect nothing change the sound wont go on my timeline do you have any idea of how to solve it please ?

    Thanks 🙂

  7. Winter says:

    Hello! I just downloaded and installed the presets and extensions today, but I can’t move any of my clips in the timeline or add new clips after putting presets from Motion Bro. What should I do?

  8. Adam says:

    Went to the website today to purchase 2 or 3 Premiere Pro packs because this is the best extension I’ve ever used before! Then I saw the Motion Bro 4 update and got even more excited only to be overwhelmingly let down… It’s like they took something that was almost perfect and stripped away everything I loved about it. #1 – With Motion Bro 3 (on a mac) it was easy to add my own .mogrt and or .wav files and customize the way things were organized (now you pretty much need a PC and a degree in file structure). #2 – You could also preview animations and sound effects at lightening fast speeds by just hovering over the preview files (I could listen to 20 SFX in 5sec now it takes 20sec because you have to wait for a full loop before the next one starts). #3 – At the very least you were able to favorite your most used transitions and find them super fast by filtering for them (as of right now there is no way to favorite or sort, which everything down as well… This plugin went from absolute game changer to… game over…. I’ll be reinstalling Motion Bro 3 and hanging on to my money until they bring back the ability to your own assets with ease (on a mac) as well as bring back the SPEED. If we are going to keep up with AI we are going to need all the speed we can get lol. All BS aside, Motion Bro is a great plugin and I’m still excited to see where it goes.

    • videolancer says:

      Hello, thanks for the feedback. Some of the things you listed (regarding previews, sounds and speed) will be fixed one of these days. Favorites will be added later. In the confusion forgot about it 🙂 As for MOGRT – I don’t quite understand what you mean?

      • Adam says:

        Good to hear! As for the .MOGRT stuff, what I was trying to explain was that Motion Bro 3 made it easy to add my own folders and files within the extension (on mac). For example, I have a library of animated emojis I use in almost every video I edit. That said, finding the right emoji can take forever when there are hundreds to choose from. But, with the Motion Bro 3 extension I was able to find, preview and add them to my project faster then any other way possible which is what sets this plugin apart from any other plugin I’ve ever used. Yes, it did take me an entire day to create all the assets needed for each and every emoji animation (MOGRT, PNG, MP4) in order for it to work properly inside the Motion Bro extension, but once I got them in there and previewing properly its been a game changer for me. I guess what I’m trying to say is that Motion Bro 3 gave me the option to add my own library of assets to the plugin’s interface making them quicker to find, preview and add. As of right now, I believe you only provide instructions for doing this on a PC. There is no way for Mac users to turn a .zip into a .mbr which is what Motion Bro 4 requires to add your own assets.

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