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September 27th 2006
97 Posts
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Kansas City
can I "set first vertex" without closing/altering the path?
by christian ryan 11 years ago
I'm using masks as a basis for stroke-line animations, and I'm copy pasting from PS CS3. I paste one path onto the first keyframe and another path onto the second keyframe and the animation morphs bet
Re: can I "set first vertex" without closing/altering the path?
by Kyle Hamrick 11 years ago
I did a quick test, and am experiencing the same thing.... Possible workaround: - Close your path manually, set desired first vertex, animate stroke only as far as your original path would have taken
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Davis Lindsay liked this 4 years ago
Split Layer + Divide Markers
by Kyle Hamrick 7 years ago
I've done a little looking around, and can't seem to find anything like this existing already. Maybe one of you have come across it Let's say I have a VO track I'm timing my animation to, and I've gon
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Sky Shields liked this 5 years ago
Re: Split Layer + Divide Markers
by Kyle Hamrick 7 years ago
Thanks, Roland. Yay for chainsaws! Kyle Hamrick Editor Motion Graphics Artist www.kylehamrick.com
Tracking lights to object
by Bob Tanner 11 years ago
I created an adjustment layer and applied the CC light rays. I need the lights to stay in one position as the footage moves. I click on tracker and select the footage. It tracks the footage and apply
Re: Tracking lights to object
by Kyle Hamrick 11 years ago
The more high-contrast your tracking area is, the better. I try to find a small area that looks unlike anything else around it. Sometimes I pretreat my footage with levels or something similar to boos
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Anmol Mishra liked this 8 years ago
Text/Music Animation
by Justin Allen 10 years ago
I'm a beginner novice (self taught) in AE and I've searched this forum and the net to find a solution to my problem, but have not found it. What I'm trying to do is simple. I'm animating lyrics over a
Re: Text/Music Animation
by Kyle Hamrick 10 years ago
Depending on how you want this to look, I'd probably recommend one of the following: Make your word in two chunks ("toni" and "ght," for example), which will allow you to easily move them apart to acc
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Justin Allen liked this 10 years ago
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