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    You can import FLA into AE from Animate 19 to AE 16 so i suggest do that - it gives you now much more flexibilty.
    More on that : Integration of Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects with Animate CC 

    But as you said you know that.
    So try to maby export SWF wit and without Advanced Layers mode on and try if any of those will work.
    You can change that mode by going into Modify > Document…> Mode

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    That all depends on what you wish to ahcieve but as time is of the essence and as you are not familiar with AE at all. Just export each of your short animations into a movie clip and then import all of them into one new photoshop file and scale and place each of those in places where you wish to see them - after that go to File>Export>Save for Web and from there Gif/Loop


    Or even faster... make each of your Ps animations into smart object and copy/paste your smart objects in new (final) file - after that the same as in previous example - scale, place, export.

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  • 11/27/18--22:46: Re: Multiple Comps video
  • Just make one main/final composition and just put all of your compositions one after another on AE timeline and export. Here quick example:


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  • 11/27/18--23:19: Re: Multiple Comps video
  • You can also select a bunch of compositions in the Project Panel then press Alt/Option + \ or select File>New Composition From Selection, or right-click or drag all comps to the Create New Comp icon at the bottom of the Project panel. You will be given the option to create one comp from all selected comps or footage. If the comps have different dimensions you can choose one of them to be the master. You can also choose to overlap and create a transition between comps.

    CScreenshot_2018-11-27 23.03.40_7O88gB.png

    One more important thing to remember when using this efficient technique. If you hold down the Ctrl/Cmnd key while you select you can arrange the comps in any order you like. This is what happened when I selected layer 4, 1, 2, 3 and set overlap to 15 frames and cross dissolve between layers.

    Screenshot_2018-11-27 23.04.43_J2Qazn.png

    I use this technique fairly often. It's a lot faster way to create a comp from multiple sources than the suggestion that imeilfx posted. I use this technique fairly often when I'm doing dynamic text animations or similar motion graphics sequences. It is important to remember After Effects is not an editing app and trying to cut sequences into a story can get incredibly cumbersome very quickly, but your workflow of creating a comp for each shot and then assembling them into a sequence is a pretty good idea more often than not.


    If your comps are really complex then I would suggest rendering them to a suitable digital intermediate (DI) using a visually lossless format. These formats are often called Mezzanine Formats. The Render Cue / Output Manager is the best and fastest rendering tool for that kind of work. All of my complex projects are finalized in Premiere Pro, the audio is polished in Audition, and AE is used for effects and graphics that I cannot create directly in Premiere Pro.


    I hope this helps.

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    Everything that you see moving is a separate layer. There is no one technique. The only common element in all of those shots is that they were all made up of multiple layers that were moving. If I were to recreate that video almost every shot would be a separate composition and the final editing would be done in Premiere Pro. I would not create any motion graphics sequences that were longer than a sentence or phrase of voice over.


    Everything from position and scale animation to shape layer and text animation are used to create the project.


    If you are new to AE you should expect to spend about 20 hours getting familiar with the UI, techniques, and workflows required to do a project like this. It's going to take some time and some practice to get the timing down and make the moves look good. I suggest you start here: Basic AE


    Let us know if you run into any problems you cannot figure out on your own. Unfortunately, there is no single tutorial I can point you to that will explain everything you need to do to recreate that video. I suggest you pick out one shot and try and break that down into its component parts.

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  • 11/27/18--23:36: Re: Multiple Comps video
  • You are wight - technique of selecting bunch of comps is much faster - especially when you have them by the number of by alphabet in project panel but the reason why I did not suggested that because I figured that brandonp2662 is not sure in what order he wish to put them and he is not familiar with any comp nesting and puting comps int comps. Of course he can reorder them as he wish in either method.

    Besides that - now he have two ways to do that without using separate program for rendering several comps into one.

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    Thanks for your reply. Just tried rendering as an image sequence but unfortunately I still got the same result

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    I have an issue where the data paths have been changed to a new network location where I store my data. I have fixed this previously by reloading footage and it fixes the relative path to the new location. This time however, the paths are reflected as being the same but there is a different data mapping to a new disk which is not reflected in the path name.  I am still trying to find out exactly what has changed as I did not make this change myself.


    I have tried copying the missing files to a new location which is on a different network disk.  The files are scattered in a variety of folders and I have reproduced part of this folder structure. AE is still crashing when I try and replace the original missing files.  I was wondering if the best way to resolve this would be to put all the files into one folder - as it does not seem to be resolving the disk paths correctly...

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    HI. first i am sorry my English level low. but i need my problem solve.

    An error occurs during rendering in After Effects.

    I looked at the AE Project Logs.

    After Effects error: crash occurred while invoking effect plug-in “Keylight (1.2)”.

    I want to solve this problem.


    MY computer os window10(64bit)

    After Effects(Adobe cs6)

    cpu : intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500 cpu @ 3.3GHz

    RAM : 8GB

    GPU : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550Ti

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    After Effectで動画を制作しております。知識はあまり明るくはないです。



    動画を書き出そうと思い、Media Encoderにて書き出しの処理を行いました。



    After Effects CC 2019

    Media Encoder CC 2019













    エクスポーターを使用して書き込み : H.264

    ファイルに書き込み : XXXXXXXXX.mp4

    書き込みファイルタイプ : H264

    タイムコードの前後 : 00:00:12:17 - 00:00:13:07

    レンダリングのオフセット : 11.745 秒

    コンポーネント : H.264 タイプ エクスポーター

    セレクター : 9

    エラーコード : -1609629695





    ・他のバージョンでも試す(CC 2017)













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  • 11/28/18--01:33: Keyboard Layout Presets
  • Hi,


    is there a way to download the Keyboard Layout Presets for different languages directly? The only way I know is to completely reinstall AE in another language and than save the "After Effects Default.txt" file, and reinstall it again in the original language. I would be nice to have a way to just download these 30KB files directly for every new version.


    Kinde regards


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    It would not surprise me at all if h.265 or some other technology replaces it in a year or two and the major streaming providers and mobile app developers completely drop their support for h.264.

    HEVC (h.265) is technically superior, but the industry tends to care more about costs than science. The patent licensing scheme for HEVC is a monstrosity; if you distribute software or hardware that uses the codec you can be on the hook for up to $40,000,000 a year in fees. Even if the software is free.


    The VP9/AV1 (webm) codec is completely free and open source, and used by YouTube so it's arguably the most popular format already. We're still subject to browser wars, but I expect that AV1/webm will become the dominant standard for online content - not least because of who's backing it.


    (Adobe is a "promoter member" of the Alliance for Open Media, but doesn't support the format. Go figure.)


    The main reason h.264 and Quicktime are refusing to die at consumer level is the mountain of devices that only record those formats. We're seeing HEVC growing thanks to the latest cellphones, but there are still millions of phones, DSLRs and CCTV cameras that keep on producing MP4 and MOV files by the truckload.

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    hi there


    i am even searching for the same ISSUE. Did u find the answer for it???


    I set up a 3d scene_put 2-3 3d text in a scene, cam move from left to right. Point light for ambient + 1-2 spotlights or point lights with different colors over the text.


    wen i precomposed a layer with light, its 3d text capabilities get killed with camera, wen i turn on collapse transformation, lights color gets killed over the text.





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    I can't seem to find any solution to this. I know the shortcut to get your anchor point centered in the middle (on the left). But in case of a triangle that is not the actual center of the shape. The one on the right is. But that is centered in the shape itself.

    How can I have the same spot on layer level without doing it manually because that's difficult to get 100% perfect?

    So I can rotate my layer and my triangle will do a perfect rotation around its own middle... Hope anyone can help me, thank you!


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    I have a huge problem! Every time I open a project AE crash! This don't appen on other machine, just on my workstation!

    I was working on this project this week!



    <system platform="Windows 10 Pro" osversion="10.0" osbuild="17134" applicationlanguage="en-us" userlanguage="en-GB" oslanguage="it-IT" ram="32699" machine="AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Eight-Core Processor" model="AMD64 Family 23 Model 1 Stepping 1" cpuCount="16" cpuType="8664" cpuFreq="2994 MHz"/>

    <crash exception="EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION" exceptionCode="0xc0000005" instruction="0x00007FF9A90D73B1">

    <backtrace crashedThread="0">

    <thread index="0">

    <stackStatement index="0" address="0x00007FF9A90D73B1" symbolname="PIN_GetSeqSpecName"/>


    Please, help me!
    Thanks a lot!

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    Whilst this request for information does not concern Ae software per se I would be grateful if someone could shed light on it. I have connected an HDMI cable from my MacBook Pro to a second monitor. As the project I am working on consists of over one hundred layers I would like to be able to use the second monitor to display the timeline while keeping the project and composition panels on the MacBook screen. I would like to know which part of the Mac Preferences section need to be amended and what additional connection device has to be added. YouTube videos mention dragging panels onto the second monitor but are not explicit about the preferences amendments or the brand and type of the connection device.

    Many thanks

    Geoff Axon

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    에펙 효과에서 영어로 검색하니까 원하는 효과가 나타나질 않아서


    앱언어를 한국어에서 국제규격으로 바꾸니까


    영어로 표시는 안돼고 한국어가 펴져서 나열되었습니다



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    First you don't any special device to do that only HDMI cable and external screen, after you connect you second screen go to mac preferences/display and be sure you use 2 screen option and not mirror option, after that open your AE than unlock your composition window and drag it out of screen to become on your second screen.

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    Create new shape layer (empty) , inside this shape layer create a new polystar, now change the points to 3 and you will get a triangle with perfect anchor point.


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