I tried that and it still didnt work even though I also heard that was a fix for this, hmm not sure but thanks man. Save the reduced project. Return to posts index. For some reason there is no duplicate selected button? It might be cutting off the button you need. This sounds great, but sometimes you actually want to reuse precomps; for example, for a common element across multiple comps where you want one change to ripple across your entire project.
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This sounds great, but sometimes you actually want to reuse precomps; for example, for a common element across multiple comps where you want one change to ripple across your entire project.
Duplicating comps without affecting the original? However, if your comp contains other precomps within in, duplicating the comp will not duplicate the truecomp duplicator tree. But let me back up for a moment and go over a few things.
This is really easy: There is so many layers to trying to explain this its a headache to try and word truecomp duplicator hahaha Im sorry for my awful explaining man. When I have eliminated the ways that will not work, I will find the way that will work.
I truecomp duplicator know that changing the name of the comp would affect anything, I tried duping it in the project panel and that didnt work however I did not rename it, Ill have to try that out thanks for the advice. Have you tried resizing the script’s window? When you duplicate a composition in the project panel, you’re making a new source that you can use in your other comps.
This is the best method thank you!
I have succeeded in proving that those ways will not work. Return to posts index.
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When you duplicate a precomposed layer in the timeline panel, you’re just making another copy of the layer. We really need Adobe to give us a easier truecomp duplicator method of doing this, I’m surprised they have not sorted it out. I then duplicwtor to duplicate the specific pre comps but the issue is, is that the effect is over on part of the screen and to then duplicate the pre comps doesn’t work in this instance as I need the watercolour effect duplivator happen twice truecomp duplicator different times however it cannot, it happens once and then doesn’t work when you put the duplicated effect over the original if you truecoml So, the question of “duplicating comps without affecting the original” is maybe a little more complex than it seems at first glance, and the method you’d need to use really depends on the construction of the comp itself as well as your specific goals for trueconp truecomp duplicator.
Re-open your original project and import the reduced project once for every duplicate you want. It might be cutting off the button you need.
Duplicating comps without affecting the original? : Adobe After Effects
Save the reduced project. And that long explanation from Walter is why True Comp Duplicator rules! You can do this manually, but it’s several steps. For some reason there is no duplicate selected button?
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Its great to now understand how this all works, Im still struggling with this though and I will explain why So as you see in this image I have a picture that is animated onto the screen with a watercolour effectw hich truecomp duplicator of many pre comps. It still refers to the same source as the original the composition in duplicatod timeline. I truecomp duplicator that and it still didnt work even though I also heard that was a fix for this, hmm not sure but thanks man.
How can I duplicate a composition and make changes to it without affecting the original version? This maze of dependencies is what the True Comp Duplicator script or the project reduction technique I shared above handles for you.
Duplicating comps without affecting the original?
If not they really need to implement this feature as I think the only other dullicator to do it is to copy every single part of each pre comp within the comp?
Very well said and yes its true, the pre comps within truecomp duplicator main comp that I am wanting to duplicate are altered on both comps and you have just explained why. But how would I even do that as which dupoicator do I copy first ah idk this is a messy one Im not sure how its possible to resolve. There is a new Script to do this, just as True Comp Duplicator but straight from the truecomp duplicator