Export From Maya Into Premiere
Before you export please make sure that your Maya animation project is at least 300 frames and that your animation does something interesting or engaging.
(You can see the pictures better by clicking on each icon).
Make sure you are exporting your pictures as TIFF files and that name.#.ext is used.
Also, don't forget to change your starting and ending frames.
You can export four different camera angles so that you can change angles in Premiere.
You will need to export four different times to get each angle.
First, click Rendering in the upper left hand corner:
Your images will show here:
Next, open Adobe Premiere.
Create a new Sequence that is DSLR 1080p24
Go to the Adobe Premiere User Preferences in the upper left hand corner of the screen and click 'General Settings'. Please change the still frame duration to one frame:
You will need to import each angle separately. Make sure each angle is in a different folder.
You will Next, add music and sound effects as needed.
Don't forget to create a title and credits at the beginning and end.