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Ángel Molina López
Avoid Overlapping Opacity
on Jul 12, 2019 at 10:03:49 am

Hi everyone:

I have tried to search for a fix to this problem but I don't find it. How can I avoid the overlapping of two objects when I change their opacity? I know that you can precompose them or put them in the same shape layer to fix it but, as I have organized my project, it is not a feasible option. The blending effect doesn't work for me either. Is there no other way? Any expression maybe?

Regards.


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Tomas Bumbulevičius
Re: Avoid Overlapping Opacity
on Jul 14, 2019 at 11:09:24 am

Hello Angel, how you would like the overlapping to disappear, and what is the reason for this?

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Richard Garabedain
Re: Avoid Overlapping Opacity
on Jul 17, 2019 at 7:33:00 pm

set a track matte for them...so that each is set to the others inverse... ..or set a track matte for the background and put it in between them so that when they they fade we do not see the overlap


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