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chris fitzgerald
What has a similar result to time-remapping... but it's not time-remapping?
on Mar 2, 2017 at 3:51:20 pm

Hi, I'm fairly novice when it comes to AE expressions, so I'd be really grateful if anyone could help me figuring this one out.

I want the value of the key frames in a slider, to effect a Photoshop layer, similar to how time-remapping would work.
(but can't use time-remapping because it's a still image, and I can't pre-compose because I need the spatial coordinates to export to Cinema 4D).

i.e. I have null layer named "midi" with a slider "ch_0_dur" which has key-frames with values between 1 and 0. And when those key-frames occur I need them to freeze the Photoshop layer comparative to the value of the key-frames. For example if the value of the key-frame is .25 the Photoshop layer pauses for 5 frames. And then continues doing it's other animation.
It's worth mentioning that i already have this from slider "ch_0_vel" effecting the position;
slider = thisComp.layer("midi").effect("ch_0_vel")("Slider");
linear(slider,127,0,[640,360,225],[640,360,0])

and this effecting the orientation;
slider = thisComp.layer("midi").effect("ch_0_pitch")("Slider");
linear(slider,36,37,[180,0,90],[210,0,90])

So a new expression would have to work together, or independently of these.

Cheers
Chris


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