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My suggestion is only going to be useful if you have several minutes of subtitling to do like this: Build the subtitles first using something like Aegisub. Export them as .srt files. Import them into the pt_import_subtitles from aescripts.com This will generate all your text files for you with the lines appearing at the correct time. Then use your workflow ...


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WMV is not lossless. As all distribution formats, it's highly compressed. An AVI file can of course be uncompressed, but on the Mac version of AE, AVI is only available as a Quicktime export component (ie, it appears in File > Export) which is really not a recommended path to export video files from After Effects. Same for Flip4Mac. So, yes, exporting a ...


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Use Dynamic Link. This feature has been introduced by Adobe speficically to make it easiert to work with Premiere Pro and After Effects in combination. With dynamic link, you can replace clips in Premiere Pro with After Effects compositions and have them updated in the Premiere Pro project whenever you make changes to the composition in After Effects. You ...


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In order to get a fluid and seamless loop, it's key to enable Cycle Evolution and move the last keyframe 1 frame beyond the end of the composition. Add the Turbulent Displace Effect onto the footage Open up Evolution Options Enable Cycle Evolution Go to the first frame in the timeline Click on the stop watch of the Evolution value: Go to the last frame ...


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Depends on how much time stretch is key to synchronize the shot. In order to increase the speed of the whole layer use the Time Stretch feature (Right Click the Layer > Time > Time Stretch) Note: values below 100 increase the speed. Values above 110 often results in bad quality. To solve this, see motion calculation (3.) To vary the speed of a layer, ...


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This is not possible to do in one step, it is only possible to duplicate compositions: Select the composition in the Import Footage Panel Press Ctrl+D (or go to Composition > Duplicate Composition) As everywhere in AE, you can hit Enter on the composition to rename the duplicate When you need to copy the properties of a layer: Select the Layer Click ...


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No. Unfortunately Adobe only supports win or osx. Official forum post about Deadline: Deadline itself is a cross-platform application, but it can only render on operating systems that the rendering software itself supports. So AE and C4D will only work on Windows and OSX. Also see the manual: ...


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If you mean that you have two compositions in one main composition, and you want both to show their contents on top of each other, then I can help you. Make sure that you click on "Toggle Switches / Modes", so that you have the "Mode" option available. Now set the top composition to either "Screen", "Add", or "Lighten". Make sure that the top ...


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Lighting could definitely be part of the problem here. Typically, for green screen work, it helps to have a light between yourself and your green screen to get rid of those shadows behind you (sort of like a backlight). To fix your current footage, I'd increase the sensitivity of your chroma key in After Effects, since it looks like AE is essentially ...


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I'm not sure what the valueAtTime function is trying to achieve. That takes the value of the property at the given time. In the script you wrote it would sample the value of the opacity at a point a random number of seconds in the past, some time between the current time and maxOffset seconds ago. Unless the opacity changes during that time it won't do ...


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Keyframe interpolation is essentially what you're looking for here. One really easy way to achieve this is by using modifying your "keyframe velocity". This article explains it better than I could: https://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/using/speed.html



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