Darth Stazz the Powerful wrote:will we be able to transfer our projects from one program to the other and be able to resume normally with them?
This is a "yes" and "no" sort of question, depending on what it is you mean when you say "transfer" your projects from one program to the other. You are able to render the footage from one, and import it into the other, and begin working, yes.
If you are asking whether or not you will be able to transfer projects from one to the other, by way of a "Jump to" feature, or by opening a project file from one application, in the other, then the answer would be no; project files can not be exchanged between the two programs.
This is not to say the two programs do not work great with one another, but simply, you will have to render the project from one, then import it into the other to be edited, etcetera. If this is not what you intended to ask, please let me know.
As a word of advice, it is recommended to do any visual effects before any grading work, so it would be wise to do any work that requires EffectsLab first, and then transfer over to CompositeLab. Naturally there are exceptions, and this would not always be the case, but this is generally a good work flow when using the two in conjunction.Edit
: Heh, good answer Hendo, not intending to be an echo.