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Blend for After Effects Tutorial



https://aescripts.com/blend
Blend allows users to define property states on start and end controllers. The system will blend the difference between the two states across a desired number of objects.

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4 comments
  1. I'm confused about where I'm supposed to set keyframes for the blend to work. If I change the transform properties of the start and end controller, I see the awesome blend get created, but they don't actually animate. Obviously I need to set a keyframe later on in the composition but I'm not sure where I should do this and under what layer. I'm not sure if that makes sense, but at the start of the delay part of the tutorial for example, you have several keyframes set and I'm a little confused on whether I should set them on the created shapes for the blend from the cmd+d part, or just set the keyframes on the controllers….probably a dumb obvious thing I just can't get to click in my brain lol

  2. Hey there. I want to blend two lines each consisting of 3 vectors. By changing each vectors position I want to slightly animate these lines and make them Jiggle. Is there a way to accomplish this?

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