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2.2 Obsessive Layers

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Obsessive Layers
  
Obsessive Layers

Trim your layers by a variety of methods - keyframes, mattes, markers, parent changes, selection, and visibility

Trim your layers by a variety of methods – keyframes, mattes, markers, parent changes, selection, and visibility.

Use Obsessive Layers to quickly and easly trim the in, out, or both points of selected layers in a variety of ways. Trim methods include trimming by keyframes, markers, mattes, parent chains, selected layers, and visibility. Don’t see a trim method that you think is useful? Let us know! We are always expanding the trim methods available through Obsessive Layers. Obsessive Layers works as standard dockable panel or any script launcher such as KBar.

Obsessive Features:

  • Trim to Keyframes – Trim to the first, last, or both keyframes. If no layers are selected, all will be trimmed. Hold ALT to invert the selection.
  • Trim to Markers – Trim to the the first, last, or both markers. If no layers are selected, all will be trimmed. Hold ALT to invert the selection.
  • Trim to Matte – Trim layer to track mattes. Hold the ALT key to trim track mattes to layers.
  • Trim to Parent – Trim layer to immediate parent. Hold the ALT key to trim up the parent chain.
  • Trim to Children – Trim layer to immediate children. Hold the ALT key to trim down the parent chain. Only 1 layer can be selected.
  • New! Trim to Selected – Trim layers to the first selected layer. Hold the ALT key to trim layers to the last selected layer.
  • New! Trim to Visibility – Trim layers to 0% opacity keyframes. Hold the ALT key to trim layers to 0% scale keyframes.

 

After Effects CC 2019, CC 2018, CC 2017, CC 2015.3, CC 2015, CC 2014, CC, CS6

The Drawing Room Obsessive Layers Tutorial #gettingstarted

Nol Honig walks you through all the features of Obsessive Layers for After Effects so you can trim your layers with a variety of methods.

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