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Anne Green

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January 25th 2019
16 Posts
AME either gets stuck on Reading XMP for hours or directly shuts down
by Anne Green 1 month ago
Hi all! How are you I'm writing to you today in the hopes that you can help me solve a very frustrating problem. I'm trying to render a project I've done in AE (involving Element 3D, but very simple s
Re: AME either gets stuck on Reading XMP for hours or directly shuts down
by Anne Green 1 month ago
Hi Dave! thanks for your reply. Turns out it was a memory issue... my old laptop doesn't have the power (or the patience) to deal with Element 3D, and so it wasn't able to render it. Thanks anyway!
How to achieve "delayed cartoon" motion effect?
by Anne Green 2 months ago
Hi all! How are you I clicked on today's Google doodle (the one with the mother duck and her ducklings) and I was wondering how the animation was made, in particular the effect on the little blue duck
Re: How to achieve "delayed cartoon" motion effect?
by Kalleheikki Kannisto 2 months ago
"Squash and stretch". The easiest way is to scale along one axis. To get the same look as in that still image, you would use a fat stroke with round caps. Kalleheikki Kannisto Senior Graphic Designer
Continuous gradient on two different shapes
by Anne Green 2 months ago
Hi all! How are you Hope you're having some great Easter holidays! I have two questions for you. If you could please help me out, I'd appreciate it: QUESTION 1: I'm animating a forearm and hand in a w
Re: Continuous gradient on two different shapes
by Anne Green 2 months ago
Wow, that was easy! Thanks!
Best workflow for a complex video animation?
by Anne Green 4 months ago
Hi all! How are you I've done a complex intro which involves the animation of a lot of elements through time. I was wondering what would the best way to render it is My computer is not very powerful s
Re: Best workflow for a complex video animation?
by Ken Teutsch 4 months ago
If you decide to try to grind it out directly from AE, consider exporting it as an image sequence, then re-encoding that into a video file. That way, if your computer chokes during the render, you hav
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Rotating Y axis so that it aligns to a shape's side
by Anne Green 5 months ago
Hi all! How are you I'm trying to create an unfolding motion, similar to the one seen in this video. However, I'm dealing with triangles with not-so-convenient sides. I'm trying to get the lighter-sha
Re: Rotating Y axis so that it aligns to a shape's side
by Dave LaRonde 5 months ago
You need to move the triangle's Anchor Point. It will require some tweaking, and you will have to reposition the layer. But once you have the proper spot dialed in for the Anchor Point, you'll be good
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Anne Green liked this 5 months ago
Getting weird "artifacts" when rendering after puppet movement
by Anne Green 5 months ago
Hi all! How are you I'm animating a logo with wings on it and I've managed to get them to reveal over time. For the end of the animation, however, I'd like them to spread a little bit out once they're
Re: Getting weird "artifacts" when rendering after puppet movement
by Jeremy Dance 5 months ago
I get around this by putting my layers in a precomp then doing all the pin animation there. Then precomping that and doing all effects and position movements there. Imagine 3 levels. Level 1 (the deep
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Anne Green liked this 5 months ago
Hiding the drop shadow on the background
by Anne Green 5 months ago
Hi all! How are you I'm making an animation which will end up being a gif. I need it to have a transparent background. However, on one of the layers I applied a drop shadow effect and I don't know how
Re: Hiding the drop shadow on the background
by Walter Soyka 5 months ago
Two approaches I can think of: 2D: Duplicate your Wings layer to create a shadow layer. Use the Fill and Blur effects to make it shadow-like, offset it, and parent it to the main Wings layer so it fol
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Anne Green liked this 5 months ago
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