I hope you have some knowledge about expressions because this will be a little bit hard to explain.

I have some values, you will have to modify the expression to satisfty your needs.

My csv has 2 columns: Times and Positions. First has some numbers, second has some 2 dimension arrays.

I put my csv inside the timeline and pick-whip from the expression to "positions.csv>Data>Times 0"(layer, property, property) to see how the expression to link the first time would look like. Mine is

*thisComp.layer("positions.csv")("Data")("Outline")("TImes")("TImes 0")*.

same for Positions, i get

*thisComp.layer("positions.csv")("Data")("Outline")("Positions")("Positions 0");*. Considering these 2 paths, my expression looks like this:

`myData = thisComp.layer("positions.csv")("Data")("Outline");`

i=1;

while(myData("Times")("Times "+i).value < time && i < myData("Times").numProperties-1) i++

initTime = myData("Times")("Times " + (i-1)).value;

endTime = myData("Times")("Times " + i).value;

initPosition = eval(myData("Positions")("Positions "+(i-1)).value);

endPosition = eval(myData("Positions")("Positions "+(i)).value);

linear(time,initTime,endTime,initPosition,endPosition)

I think that what you need to do is replace what comes after myData with what you have. Or make a 2 column table with the columns named Times and Positions as your csv.

Andrei

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