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Lucy-Rae Naylor
Time Stutter on one layer
on Sep 17, 2019 at 7:31:13 pm

Hello lovely people! I'm currently working a project which has a 'time stutter' on a footage layer. At the moment I've just duplicated 2 frames of the layer to achieve this effect, but as it's going to be a working template I'd like to have it one layer (maybe using time remap?) to keep it as clean as possible. Does anyone have an idea how I can achieve this?

How the effects looks on my timeline..
https://ibb.co/c2g57Ng

Thanks!

Lucy-Rae


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Walter Soyka
Re: Time Stutter on one layer
on Sep 17, 2019 at 10:12:55 pm

Yes, time-remapping will do the trick. Consider using hold keyframes on each frame (to prevent a "rewind" effect if the footage timebase is different than the comp timebase).

You should probably do the time remapping on a comp, so it's clear to the user how long the footage needs to be to work in the template.

Here's a quick example:
13727_timeremap.aep.zip

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Lucy-Rae Naylor
Re: Time Stutter on one layer
on Sep 19, 2019 at 9:37:40 am

Thanks Walter!

That's worked for me, thanks for the AE file. Helped me understand it all.

Lucy-Rae


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