Every time I create a new shape layer in Adobe After Effects it has automatically applied some type of feathering to the shape(see image below).
How do I remove this? I would like the edges to be crisp and defined.
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It's all about the little sun icon on each layer, called "Collapse Transformations": It chooses whether to display the image as a vector (sharp) or as a bitmap (possibly blurry depending on the resolution of the layer). There's lots online about it - here's one example: https://www.schoolofmotion.com/blog/collapse-transformations-continuously-rasterize-after-effects/