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Adrian Wulfrath
How to close holes in CC Kaleida After Effects CS5.5 without plugins ???
on Jul 3, 2014 at 5:04:13 pm

Hello,

Im asking how to close holes in CC Kaleida After Effects CS5.5 without using plugins, this is because i have to use this kaleida in older and newer versions of after effects, but other guys will change images but without knowledge in this software, so i got this problem and the solution is ReVision Plugin Fill Offsets, but i want to fill offset without using an external plugin. Is better if i dont have to apply effects to each image, just to a precomp and no changes again, but filling the holes.

In CS6 and CC versions CC Kaleida and with Repetile FX in an adjustment layer works, but in CS5.5 and older versions the repetile FX doesnt work in an adjustment layer.




Adrian Wulfrath
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Joseph W. Bourke
Re: How to close holes in CC Kaleida After Effects CS5.5 without plugins ???
on Jul 3, 2014 at 8:07:26 pm

I'd just put a solid layer behind it with a color picked from the Kaleida layer.

Joe Bourke
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Adrian Wulfrath
Re: How to close holes in CC Kaleida After Effects CS5.5 without plugins ???
on Jul 3, 2014 at 10:06:46 pm

Ty Joseph W. Bourke but the problem is, when the Kaleida starts i need some alphas and the pictures are different in kaleidos proportions so i need that alpha for the start animation, and i cant put a solid behind because the proportions can change image by image. I need a fill offset script or something similar, respecting the alpha.

But Thank you anyway

Adrian Wulfrath
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Website: http://www.awmotiontv.com
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