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marshal fontaine
Comp extractor
on Jul 29, 2011 at 2:24:34 pm

Hi everyone,


I'm aware of the script "True Comp duplicator" but I'm not sure that can help me here... I created multiple comps in an after effects project for a single client. Now I need to extract each composite in the .aep file to individual .aep files.


in other words. Each composite has to be standalone.
Is there a way to do this outside of sorting through the comp and deleting things over and over again?


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marshal fontaine
Re: Comp extractor
on Jul 29, 2011 at 2:28:53 pm

Yeah dummy try this.... it might do what you need :). Next time try looking a little harder.


http://aescripts.com/save-comp-as-project/


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Walter Soyka
Re: Comp extractor
on Jul 29, 2011 at 2:31:08 pm

You can do this yourself with judicious use of Reduce project [link], or you can use S├ębastien Perier's Save Comp As Project script [link] to automate it.

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marshal fontaine
Re: Comp extractor
on Jul 29, 2011 at 2:59:03 pm

I've been using "reduce project" but there are so many comps. reduce project, Save as, reopen rinse and repeat. It's doable but arduous.

I think S├ębastien Perier's "Save Comp As Project" will work perfectly.

Thanks!


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