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Naoko Hara

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March 20th 2018
7 Posts
Opacity change with multiple layer markers
by Naoko Hara 5 months ago
I want to trigger multiple (two in this case) opacity changes via layer markers on a single layer. I used below to trigger one opacity change. if (marker.numKeys 0 && time = marker.key(1).time){ thisC
Re: Opacity change with multiple layer markers
by Kalleheikki Kannisto 4 months ago
You could do it like this, if you need it to go to 0. If you need it to match the opacity of another layer, replace the "0" by pick-whipping the opacity of that other layer. if (marker.numKeys 1 ){ if
Start and stop parenting at specific time
by Naoko Hara 1 year ago
I have an ellipse (Moon) orbiting another ellipse (Sun) and I want the moon to stop parenting at either a specific time or at a layer marker. I found the below expression, but struggling to make it wo
Re: Start and stop parenting at specific time
by Dan Ebberts 1 year ago
It's hard to tell exactly, but you might be looking for something like this: pickuptime = 1.15; dropofftime = 2; layertofollow = thisComp.layer("hook_angle.ai"); if (time < pickuptime) value else i
x amount of position move on layer marker
by Naoko Hara 1 year ago
I have a null layer with an X position move and another master null with a some boxes attached. Trying to have this master null move X positions (1734px to be exact) every time theres a layer marker o
Re: x amount of position move on layer marker
by Naoko Hara 1 year ago
What if don't want it to jump but have it slide over
Maintain Scale of object with Z camera move
by Naoko Hara 1 year ago
I have a camera parented to a 3D null doing all the position moves. I need to keep the scale of my shapes constant as the camera pulls back. I've found expressions what work when all the positioning i
Re: Maintain Scale of object with Z camera move
by Naoko Hara 1 year ago
I ended up figuring it out moments after, but thanks for your response. Used this expression: nominalDist = 400; C = thisComp.activeCamera; v1 = toWorld(anchorPoint) - C.toWorld( 0,0,0 ); v2 = C.toWor
Dashed Trim paths – Don't want line to dance
by Naoko Hara 1 year ago
I'm using trim paths to draw lines on and off but Start makes the lines dance has the marching ants effect. Is there a way (some kind of expression ) to get rid of this marching ants effect Help!
Re: Dashed Trim paths – Don't want line to dance
by Steve Bentley 1 year ago
Then you can use the "start" attribute to retract the line so that its tail gets eaten up as it disappears. Think of it as the start point being fixed and the "end" of the line extends outwards as it
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