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Anders Hattne

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Re: How to make this effect?
by Tero Ahlfors 2 years ago
You've asked people to make tutorials for you in multiple threads. Instead of doing that you might try the techniques offered in the other threads. If you don't understand those then you should probab
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Re: Control the number of Decimal points of a random number with a slider control
by Kalleheikki Kannisto 2 years ago
Or parseFloat(random(100)).toFixed(Math.round(*pick-whip slider value here*)); Kalleheikki Kannisto Senior Graphic Designer
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Scripting: how to find out a layer's endTime?
by Paulo Jan 6 years ago
Hello: I know there's the "startTime" property to find out the start time of the layer within a composition, but is there any way to find out the position of the layer's end Something like "endTime" S
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Re: Control intensity of individual light inside Cloner (grid)
by Brian Jones 3 years ago
here's another example using a shader effector with Color Mode On Subtract with an inverted falloff 11476_shadereffectorlights.c4d.zip
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Re: Control intensity of individual light inside Cloner (grid)
by Adam Trachtenberg 3 years ago
You can do this by using the Cloner's blend mode, which, as the name suggests, creates clones that blend between different parameters. In this case you'd add two lights to the cloner: one with a high
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Re: Best practices when working on videos that often require small tweaks after client feedback?
by Kalleheikki Kannisto 5 years ago
Maybe far from a "best practice" but precomping the whole thing and time remapping to adjust overall length can be significantly faster than adjusting keyframes on every single layer.
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Re: Expression to loop out layer with 2 markers
by Walter Soyka 5 years ago
It's probably easiest to split the layer at the loop beginning, remove extraneous keyframes before then, and then use your loopOut expression. There's a little-known option with loopOut() to specific
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Re: counting up number with this expression but using COMMAS
by Dan Ebberts 5 years ago
I hope this pastes in correctly (it has a few backslashes in it which seem to cause problems some times): startCount = 0; endCount = 500000; countDur = 200; s = "" + Math.round(linear(time,0,countDur,
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Re: counting up number with this expression but using COMMAS
by Dan Ebberts 14 years ago
This should do it as long as you don't go above 999,999: startCount = 0; endCount = 500000; countDur = 200; s = "" + Math.round(linear(time,0,countDur,startCount,endCount)); if (s.length 3){ s.substr(
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Re: Keyboard shortcut to move one frame at a time either direction?
by Tim Kreider 8 years ago
Opps, sorry. It's just Page Up and Page down for what you're asking. Hold alt option if you want to move the layer in the timeline one frame.
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Re: Interpolating between keyframes with a slider.
by Dan Ebberts 6 years ago
I wasn't clear to me how you have the shape keyframes set up, but if the slider value corresponds to the frame number of the Bezier Warp shape, something like this should work: s = thisComp.layer("con
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Re: Using layers source name ?
by Dan Ebberts 6 years ago
You can get a layer's source name (if it has one) like this: thisComp.layer("1").source.name An expression can only access another comp by name, so no, there's no way for an expression to access the o
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Re: thisProperty
by Dan Ebberts 6 years ago
It's more complicated than that. This is one way to do it: str = '("' + thisProperty.name + '")'; i = 1; while(thisProperty.propertyGroup(i).name != thisLayer.name){ str = '("' + thisProperty.property
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Re: Possible to use letters as values? if (val2 == a)
by Dan Ebberts 6 years ago
You have to include the letters in single or double quotes: if (val2 == "a"){ 600, 600 } or, if (val2 == 'a'){ 600, 600 } Dan
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Re: best free plugins for AE?
by Michael Szalapski 6 years ago
You don't need plugins to go deep in AE. There are a ton of really complicated and pro-level effects that are just layering the standard AE effects with each other. Take dropping a logo into a pool of
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Lester Neil liked this 5 years ago
Re: How can I get a grid with no vertical lines?
by Tero Ahlfors 7 years ago
You can also get horizontal lines with the Venetian Blinds transition.
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Re: Composition Question
by Roland R. Kahlenberg 7 years ago
I suggest that you delete your Prefs to see if it'll sort out your issue - it's much faster than re-installing. Also, don't forget to Sign Out (Help Menu) prior to uninstalling. HTH RoRK Intensive moc
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Re: Tight deadline! Problems with Particular Project
by Ridley Walker 7 years ago
Reuben Fink "Is there a way to change the spacing without changing the speed of the animation." What if you just reduce the size of the particles and then adjust the Z offset W under World Transform
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Re: Shadow over a large area
by ben g unguren 9 years ago
You can match up shadows pretty closely using a grey-ish solid set to a darkening blend mode like Multiply or Linear Burn. Apply a Hue Saturation filter to the solid, click colorize, and tweak the hue
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Re: get position of a precomped object
by Dan Ebberts 10 years ago
The trick is to transform the hook's position into its own comp's world space with toWorld() and then transform that result from the inner comp's layer space (as a layer in the main comp) to the main
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