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Andy Zou
"Clone Time Shift" freeze frames my layer???
on Nov 9, 2014 at 4:43:00 pm

I'm not sure if this is some setting I've missed, but if it is, it is completely non-intuitive to me.

I am removing a person swimming in the water; pretty easy clonestamp with some manual keyframing of its position and clone position. However, I notice the duplication (who knows if a regular person would? but its the editors curse) and would like to offset it by a few frames. I assume Clone Time shift is the way to do it; it would simply shift the clone source by however many frames I indicate, right?

However, changing Clone Time Shift by any amount appears to be freeze-framing the layer! No matter the amount, it all changes to the same frame, with the clone stamp effect still intact, though.

What am I missing?

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Michael Szalapski
Re: "Clone Time Shift" freeze frames my layer???
on Nov 13, 2014 at 3:35:45 pm

I've rarely used the Clone tool and I have all my AE machines roped into a C4D render farm grinding away at the moment, so I can't check for myself.

However, in your case, a copy of the layer, offset in time, shifted in position, and masked might solve it for you.

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