restricted area for random layers by Christian Buettner 12 years ago Hi again ... I use this expression for random layer movement at intervals: x = 10; f = thisComp.frameDuration * x; posterizeTime(1 f);frames random(); minPos = 0,0 ; maxPos = thisComp.width, thisComp.
Re: restricted area for random layers by Alex English 12 years ago The following worked for me. Just set the windowpercent variable to whatever percentage of the area of the comp you want to block out in the center. So, say you need a window in the center that is 20%
Simple Expression Request by Lauren Roundy 12 years ago At least, I assume it's simple. I need to show different colored balls passing from left to right and back and forth in my 864x480 comp until they eventually rest in the middle. As they are on the lef
Re: Simple Expression Request by Alex English 12 years ago I found that you can also access the position of the parent layer directly. Using parent.transform.position will get you the position of the parent layer. Using this as your position would let you cha
variable minimum value by Paul Evans 12 years ago Hi every body, I have a good knowledge of AF but none of expressions. :( My problem is needed to know how to assign a minimum value to a variable (I think). I am using "Jerzy Drozda Jr : Using Express
Re: variable minimum value by Alex English 12 years ago I know you have this solved already, but I thought I'd post this for others who happen by. Since the data you're working with is from 0 to 100, if you use Math.max(value, 15), you're losing 15% of you