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wysee

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  1. I don't know if you have access to Nuke, but looks like the new smart vector paint tool would be a perfect solution. I used it twice , it takes some time to calculate the motion vector pass but it worked great both time.
  2. Hopefully the cache will work better. I keep having ghost frames with layers that don't even exist in my comp. even after purging all memory , cleaning all cache from my computer and restarting. Really weird. Anyway, Todd thank you so much for all the good years you spent being so active in the community, talking to users especially on this forum. I don't know where you're heading to, but I wish you the best and again Thank you !!! Ben
  3. http://www.mtmograph.com/motion/ That's my favorite one for Ae. Never used the curve editor since I installed this script. KItkats. Tell me more about what you'd like in C4d.
  4. I go for inspiration. It's mostly the music and it's not like this music is new and never used before either. Animation is really different imho and yours is better.
  5. You can use the linear function in your expression. It does exactly what you want linear(0,360,0,100) will map 360 degrees to 0-100 for exemple
  6. Thanks for the tut. Although, if on your each channel you shift the other ones to full off, and choose add as compositing mode, you'll have the same result without the need of tint effect. Saving time.
  7. wysee

    GM FoldLayers

    It was a free script. I won't give it like this otherwise.
  8. wysee

    GM FoldLayers

    yep. http://cl.ly/R7ec
  9. Thank you for all the good tips!! and thank you for your great Octane review.
  10. Here is what I did : 1/ offset your animation One frame 2 Copy and paste your last keyframe to frame 0 (just for initializing the texture) 3/ on frame zero fur off your fix texture and turn it back to straight. all done. (Note that you have to render this extra frame. ) here is your modified file (R14 sorry) http://cl.ly/QKKZ
  11. I remember seeing thus yader video. Thanks for the tips vozzz !!
  12. link your scale ti you Y posisition with a linear function to clamp your Y position to 70 and 100 for the scale like this temp = thisComp.layer("yourSolid").transform.position[1]; temp2=linear(temp,0,1080,70,100); [temp2, temp2]
  13. your question is confusing, What do you want to do with your xScale? In your expression, the scale X is not linked to your expression Slider. You just add 6 to it's current value. I don't know what you really want to do with xScale. But the best way to work with 2 parameters (Array) in after effects will be to split them in 2 different variable xAdj=value[0]; /// value[0] is the first parameter so ScaleX; yAdj=value[1]; /// value[1] is the second parameter so ScaleY; [xAdj,yAdj]; It's just more clear. your expression will look like this xAdj=value[0]+6; yAdj = thisComp.layer("Null 1").effect("Slider Control")("Slider"); yResult=value[1]+Math.max(yAdj,1); [xAdj,yResult] Guessing what you want is your xScale to be your yScale + 6. You need to first set yScale and then pass it to xScale, something like this yAdj = thisComp.layer("Null 1").effect("Slider Control")("Slider"); yResult=value[1]+Math.max(yAdj,1); [yResult+6,yResult]
  14. There is no layerSize parameter on a text layer, only numnberOfCharacter. If your font has a fix letter width, you can do some math like position - ((numberOfCharacter*characterWidth)/ 2).
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