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John Dean

Member Since:
June 8th 2009
21 Posts
audio file clipped
by John Dean 7 years ago
when I import an MPEG-4 audio file into the project window, then into my comp, the last few seconds of the file is clipped off. my comp duration is longer than the audio file so that's not it. any ide
Re: audio file clipped
by John Dean 7 years ago
Thanks Dave. I'm a mac guy too. I'll do the conversion and take it from there.
Won't continuously rasterize vector layer
by John Dean 7 years ago
I built a map in AE using line art built in illustrator. I imported the line art into photoshop as a smart object, added some other layers, then imported the photoshop file into AE as a composition (p
Re: Won't continuously rasterize vector layer
by John Dean 7 years ago
Thank you Erik, I understand this now. The line art (vector) file originated in AI. I imported it into PS as a Smart Object which I thought was supposed to keep it's original attributes. I see now tha
HDTV 29.97 to PAL 25p
by John Dean 7 years ago
I built an animation using After Effects in the following format: HDTV 1080 29.97, 1920x1080 square pixels 16:9. I have now been told that the project my animation is going into was shot in PAL and is
Re: HDTV 29.97 to PAL 25p
by John Dean 7 years ago
Thanks Nick!
smoothing out the bumps...
by John Dean 7 years ago
what is the trick to smoothing out moves in ae it seems like any move i set up that changes direction at some point ie. using 3 key frames, that even using easy eases on all 3 keyframes, i still get a
Re: smoothing out the bumps...
by John Dean 7 years ago
Thanks Darby, good tip!
Path Text won't rasterize
by John Dean 7 years ago
I built a 3D map. For some of the text labels I used "Path Text" with a curved base line. I built the line art (vector) of the map in Illustrator because I wanted the lines to stay clean when I zoomed
Re: Path Text won't rasterize
by John Dean 7 years ago
Thank you Todd!
G5 memory for AE - Max it out? ECC vs non-ECC?
by John Dean 8 years ago
I'm about to buy more memory for my PowerMac G5 Dual Core 2.3 GHz which I use for After Effects (and Photoshop). I have 2 questions: 1. If I max out the memory (16GB), will After Effects take advantag
Re: G5 memory for AE - Max it out? ECC vs non-ECC?
by Kevin Camp 8 years ago
photoshop is a 32-bit application so it can only address 3gb of ram. note there is a slight difference in the amount of ram that a 'foreground' process can use vs. a 'background' process. on osx a 32-
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