silly question. I got down to the step using text squares and wasn't sure what to do as it appears your text boxes have a solid fill color in screenshot 3. I understand the rest of the steps, I just wasn't sure how to make the text boxes a solid fill.
Could you, or someone else help me with what I've missed? Thanks, I'm a hobbyist and have maybe too much ...
There is no way to copy-n-paste keyframes from multiple layers without using a script.
You can show the keyframes in a layer by hitting the u key. And then you can copy those keys layer by layer.
I'm not sure why you're opposed to using a script. I wrote one that can copy and paste keys from multiple layers in a single click (including copy-pasting with ...
If you go to the sequence window you can hit uu (that's double tapping the u key), to show all modified properties. Then copy all the keyframes and values (drag the cursor over the whole timeline area, including the I-beams for non-animating properties (the ones that are highlighted in blue) and copy.
If you want to copy properties that are default for one ...
After effects renders the camera view, not the custom perspective views. To orient a camera as you would in the custom view go to camera view and choose the unified camera tool (hit c). Now you can orbit (lmb-drag), pan (mmb-drag), and dolly (rmb-drag) the camera to get the perspective you want.
Your approach is really creative, but I'm afraid you could have made it much easier on you.
If your text is moving on its own, you can simply pre-compose the text layer. That way, the newly created precomp doesn't move, allowing you to draw a mask around the person if needed. Remember to only draw a mask where the text touches the person, you'll easily ...
There is some substantial work that would go in an effect like that.
You'd have to first track the face of the slowed-down singer in 3D-space and apply a mesh to it, which sticks perfectly to his features.
Then, you'd want to rotoscope the normal-speed singer's face (which is going to take a lot of time alone) to then apply that pass with your tracked ...
I believe the issue arises because of the naming of your files. When images have a number attached at the end of their names, after-effects assumes that you're importing an image sequence. Thus, it imports each "image" as a sequence, consisting of all 3 images. When you import your files, try unchecking the box that says "import as image-sequence".
Then, at the same location, film the singer actually singing the song
Seems as if you wanted to capture the artist twice. 1st time in high fps and 2nd time in normal speed.
I suggest only capturing the scene once at high fps and blending the same footage with a normal framerate.