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sebastienlavoie

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  1. I have written a little about how to use a checkbox expression to hide a layer (or maybe an effect in this case). You can get the article here: http://keyframed.tv/using-checkbox-expressions/. Is basically says to use this expression: (comp("the-comp-name").layer("the-layer-name").effect("the-checkbox-effect")("Checkbox") == 1 ? value : 0) Maybe you could use it on your effect's complexity property or just add CC Composite effect on top of roughen edge and hide the CC Composite when you want the roughen edge effect active.
  2. You may want to have a look at video.js, it's a really good full featured video player with a powerful API, letting you bind events with simple calls such as myPlayer.currentTime(120);
  3. I thought about releasing everything at the same time, but I preferred going slowly and releasing only this part to test and improve the core. This is coming tho!
  4. Thanks for the suggestion! I know the UI is really basic right now, it will be updated as the script improves. I will probably add a list/searchbox as we have in the effects and presets panel and I will try implement shortcuts for the ones you have "favorited".
  5. Glad to know you guys like it! About the keyframes vs seconds, I thought about it and the reason I decided to use seconds was to make it frame rate agnostic. For example you used an effect one second long in a 24 fps comp and want to reuse it or share it to somebody which uses 30 fps, using seconds would still apply it right but not frames. Although I will keep that suggestion in mind and I will try to add a way to force the use of frames instead of seconds.
  6. Hey guys, I am kinda new here but I thought it was worth sharing. I have created an After Effects script and I would like to have your feedback about it. The script is called Hyle, you can get more informations here: http://hyle.io. It allows you to generate content from a simple and understandable text syntax and aims at giving you a way to interact with After Effects from a data-first perspective. This can be useful in many ways since it gives you the opportunity of bypassing the interface to avoid repetitive tasks. I'd really like to know what you guys think about it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyfU0DFtMuY See it on aescripts: http://aescripts.com/hyle/
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