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    Hello, i wanna do some easy set-up, when i want just apply to one layer some FX like:

     

    Transform

     

    -blending

     

    Transform

     

     

    i just wanna apply two transform effects to the same layer but not to be affected to each other but to be blended to each other with different settings, is there some way how to do it? I do not want to have two layers with each transform effedct on each other...


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    Hola, ultimamente estoy teniendo un problema y es que cada vez que exporto un video en after effects, me cambia completamente el color. La imagen sale lavada, como si estuviera desaturada. He probado de todo y no se que hacer.

     

    En illustrator y en After Effects los colores con los que trabajo son correctos, no me los cambia cuando importo los archivos de AI a AE. El problema viene al exportar, que es cuando me los cambia. He probado en exportar en h.264 y ProRes 244 y me da el mismo resultado. Estoy trabajando con este ajuste de color, que es con el que he trabajado siempre.

     

    Captura de pantalla 2018-12-28 a las 11.54.10.png

     

    Tampoco hago nada raro en ajustes de exportación.

     

    ¿Alguien sabe que puede estar pasando? Ya no se si es algo de que tengo que cambiar algun parametro en illustrator, after effects o hacer algun ajuste de color general en bridge.

     

    Así es como debería verse (captura sacada desde el mismo after effects)

    buena.png

    y así es como me saca el color

    mala.png

     

    Gracias de antemano y un saludo


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    Yes, After Effects is the right application for animating Illustrator artwork.

     

    You’ll want to learn about keyfames and Keyframe Interpolation options so that you can control the change from A to E.

     

    You’ll want to explord the Effects that come with AE as well as 3rd party effects available for AE to be aware of how A might change into E.

     

    You’ll want to explore how to copy and paste AI object to AE Layer Masks.

     

    You’ll want to explore how to promote AI objects to layers at the root level of the document and then how to convert AI Layers that have been imported to AE into AE Shape Layers and then drill down into all of the Shape Layer options.  (Maybe put this one at the top of your list.)

     

    As you get better in AE and want to move more quickly between AI and AI, definitely check out Overlord (http://www.battleaxe.co/overlord/ ).

     

    It’s also worth spending some time use on the After Effects side learning what’s possible with Masks and Shape Layers.

     

    With all that said, you might also want to spend some time in Adobe Animate CC (formerly Adobe Flash CC).  You might really enjoy the “tweening“ options for vector based artwork.

     

     

     

    -Warren

     

     

     

     

    P.S. Definatly read up on the Continuously Rasterize Layer Switch.


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    ProRes 4444 has a target bitrate of 330MBps at full-HD. An 11 second clip would be 3.6GB.


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    Is this any closer to what you're going for?

    Hi for milesm92390681 Comp 1_1.gif

     

     

    -Warren


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    Just adding some more options:

     

    a. In the After Effects Render Queue, use the "Lossless with Alpha" Output Module instead of the "Lossless" one.  The file size will still be large.

     

    b. (Important note:  this approach is by no means ideal and should be avoided, but...)  Send the Comp to Adobe Media Encoder and then click the Add Output button so that you've two outputs for the Comp.  Set the 1st output to H264 Match Source - High Bitrate.  Set the second output to the same thing, but click on Match Source - High Bitrate and check "Render Alpha Channel Only" in the Render Settings.  This will give you two files: the video and its corresponding "hold out" matte.  It's pretty old school to do it this way and H264 is a terrible format for it.  But, compression generation loss and interframe compression issues aside, it'll work (assuming the person you give it to knows what to do with a hold out matte (a.k.a. Luma Matte).


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    yes that's the pure math. an estimation. doesn't mean the file will actually be that size, especially when animation and transparency is concerned. Quicktime Animation will produce a larger file size. ProRes will be most of the time smaller file size than animation. that 11 second clip could be half or even third of that QT Animation file. it all depends on the pixels, the animation/video changes over time , and transparent areas.


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    Use Handbrake. It is about 12 MB.


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  • 12/28/18--06:01: Flipping a Keyframe Chart
  • I need to flip my keyframes for opacity.

    I am using the graph to align the keyframes and I need to flip them all to exactly their opposite values.

    So all the ones on 100 percent opacity need to go to 0, 90 to 10 etc.

    The reason it has to be flipped precisely is because it is coordinated with other animations.

     

    I am quite new to after effects.

    I would appreciate any help, thanks.


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    This is very easy to do with the command "Time-Reverse Keyframes." You can select your keyframes, right-click on one of them, mouse down to "Keyframe Assistant," and choose "Time-Reverse Keyframes."

     

    This command doesn't have a keyboard shortcut assigned to it by default, but you can add your own by going to the Keyboard Shortcut Editor (Edit>Keyboard Shortcuts), searching for "Time-Reverse" and applying one. I use Cmd/Ctrl+Shift+R.


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    I dont use any Plug-ins and never installed any. I just use the basic After Effects CC19 with nothing else

    .


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    Appreciate the help mate but as far as I am aware that is only changing the x values so its putting the end to the start etc. (I think)

    I need the Y values themselves flipped and the X to stay the same, do you know of any way to do this?

     

    I am unsure if flipped is the right word.

     

    Like for everywhere it is at 90 percent opacity. I need it to be 10 on the same x point.

    For everywhere it is at 14% I need 86%. With x point remaining the same.

     

    Appreciate the help.


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    not such a feature in Ae in a native way.

     

    you can do this with an expression, but it will apply to all the keyframes in that property.
    type: 100-value in the expression text field.

    if you need certain keyframes to do that, you can do this manually or create/find a script that does this.


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    Can you post a screenshot of what you have? If you're only dealing with Opacity and you want one set of keyframes to go from 100%-0% while the other goes from 0%-100% then Time-Reverse Keyframes will do the trick.

     

    You can also do this with the Linear expression which would allow you to not have to make multiple sets of keyframes. You put the expression on the opacity property you want reversed and say "hey, when this defined layer goes from 0-100, I want you to go from 100-0" That would look like this GIF.

    2018-12-28_10-16-48.gif

    If you copy the keyframes from layer 1 to layer 2, then perform the Time-Reverse Keyframes command you'll get the screenshot below.

    AfterFX_2018-12-28_10-18-13.png

     

     

    If you're trying to do something else with Position or Scale (I'm not sure because you mentioned the X and Y values separately) then let me know and I'll show you how to flip those values via the Graph Editor.


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    I also had this error:

    After Effects warning: Unknown BIB Error. AGM internal: Out of bounds, BRV, 0 (83 :: 3)

    And fixed it by uninstalling the last font installed on my system.

    (Windows 10, 32GB RAM, 64-bit, x64-based processor)


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    Unninstall and install de GPU Driver, not only update. 


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    Hi All,

     

    Fairly new to AfterEffects but not new to Adobe products.

     

    I want to apply more than one effect into a single text layer but I can't figure it out. For example, I have created a sale graphic where the text uses a 'Fade In' animation but after a couple of seconds I want the '50%' layer to have a new animation where the size will be emphasised (repeatedly growing and shrinking or similar). Every line of text is on a separate layer so the '50%' has its own layer and can be manipulated individually. I'm guessing i can maybe insert some sort of new keyframe or something similar but i'm literally stumped as to what to do next?

     

    I've trawled the tutorials and Google but can't seem to find the answer. Many thanks in advance for your help.

     

    Seasons Greetings,

     

    Dave


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    Lo primero que debes hacer es ver qué perfil de color estás usando en Illustrator. Ese mismo perfil de color debes usar en After Effects y donde sea que trabajes ese archivo. Uno de los más conocidos es este de mi captura de pantalla, intenta con este o asigna el que tenga Illustrator.

    Captura de pantalla 2018-12-28 a la(s) 11.04.06.png


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    The above poster seems to work, I just did it all manually in the end as it was only a practice project so it did not need to be exact.

    It was for a flickering effect with a lightbulb and rays coming out of it, the rays were visible at the start whereas the light from the bulb wasnt and both should not have came in for a few seconds.

    More of a design flaw in photoshop, that I was trying to fix without going back to photoshop.

    However it was a non-linear flicker that I created manually again, so using time reverse did not work as it was out of sync with the other one then.

    Probably well over complicated, but as I said I am new.

    Thanks for the help.


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    As you can see in my screenshot, each of the transformation properties is independent of each other, so you can animate each of them without worrying about the keyframes that you put on the other. So if you already made a Fade In (position) animation in the same Layer you can add keyframes to animate the size (scale) of your graphic. This you can do with the 5 transformation properties in the same Layer, at any time of your Timeline.

    Captura de pantalla 2018-12-28 a la(s) 11.16.25.png

    https://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/how-to/creating-animating-text.html?playlist=/ccx/v1 /collection/product/after-effe…


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