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Coplin

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  1. One way is to enable the expression for that property then "convert expression to keyframes"
  2. "...The size of the individual files shared using the ge.tt infrastructure and uploaded to the ge.tt internet servers may not exceed 2GB." via terms of use. I'm gonna give it a try.
  3. This is a good place to start: http://www.dmala.org/
  4. I've looked into something like this in the past... the best I came up with is the "email notification after render" script and even setting it up as a text message notification to my cellphone.
  5. maybe try going to file>project settings and check "Match legacy After Effects QuickTime Gamma Adjustments"? I usually have luck with that.
  6. They have an excellent UI script in this package: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/exchange/inde...p;extid=1698043 . It's called "active shutter" I'm sure if it's what you're looking for but I find it very helpful... it let's use interactively adjust the comps shutter with a slider to find the motion blur you're looking for.
  7. yep, object buffers are the way to go and here's a great tutorial that explains how to set up your scene: http://www.cineversity.com/tutorials/lesson.asp?tid=1183 you'll probably have to set up an account (it's free) if you don't already have one.
  8. I've read the first edition, loved it. It's one of the books in the compositing community known as "The Good Book of Brinkmann"
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