I think I know the answer already, but is there any way to automatically run a script as soon as an AE project is loaded (on Mac)? I know there's a script flag you can use that works for Windows, but last time I checked, the feature isn't supported on Macs.
Is this still true for AE CS6 and CC?
My one thought for a workaround is to have a script run as part of a ScriptUI panel which is auto-loaded when AE is opened, but unfortunately, window layouts aren't saved with projects, so it would run EVERY TIME AE is opened and not just on a per project basis.
I've got a PSD I'm trying to import into After Effects and it's giving me problems. One of the layers of my PSD is from an imported video, so PS CS6 put ALL of my layers into it's handy new Video Timeline and all of my layers now have video properties (in points, out points, duration etc.) Not a big deal until I try to import it into AE. Now all the layers in the comp are being treated as video layers with their properties carried over from Photoshop. I've gotta go back and manually reset the ins and outs to where they should be, and if I want a layer to be longer than it's imported duration, I've gotta time remap it. It's a pain.
Does anyone know how to remove the timeline properties from the PSD or at least get AE to ignore them??