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Phil Laf
Alpha behaviour in aftereffects not the same as in photoshop
on Feb 7, 2018 at 1:53:18 pm

Hi,

i hope you guys can help me about this strange behaviour of after effects: if i import the same in after effects it doenst behave the same way when i import it to photoshop - i already switched between premultiplied and straight alpha - changed the alpha gamma in the levels effect... but no chance to recreate the output of photoshop.

Thank you very much for help!

12138_testfile.tiff.zip
dont know if the upload worked - here a link to the file on dropbox
https://www.dropbox.com/s/yhezbw140cncey0/testfile.tiff?dl=0


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Walter Soyka
Re: Alpha behaviour in aftereffects not the same as in photoshop
on Feb 7, 2018 at 4:18:00 pm

Looks like this is premultiplied with black, and it's 32bpc linear.

You should change your Ae project settings to 32bpc, then define a working space (sRGB should do) in Project Settings > Color Settings, and enable "Linearize Working Space."

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Phil Laf
Re: Alpha behaviour in aftereffects not the same as in photoshop
on Feb 7, 2018 at 4:36:43 pm

thats it! - THANK YOU VERY MUCH!


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