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Dane Cannon
Time remapping in Comp, how does it affect the Precomp within the comp?
on Oct 22, 2010 at 6:56:28 pm

Thanks Dave. Wish I had the actual VO (I have a temp one, our talent is flying in from LA in Nov.). Lots of the time remapping I've used is actually for effect (sped up blurry motion, btw -- I'm loving Re:Visions Motion Blur). Some of the time remapping will be to make it all fit perfect. It's approximate right now. I guess my question has more to do with how AE actually functions. Does AE work with render files like FCP does? Are there certain settings that are applied down through the precomp sub levels (like motion blur)? You said that image quality suffers, so that makes me think that AE isn't referencing the actual footage... So let me get this straight, retiming should always be done on the most specific level of composition possible for the best image quality?


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