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Referencing expressions of a layer

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If you would like to reference one expression from different layers to change things only in one place.
After Effects CS3
Useful things

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You can't access a expression from another layer, but you could construct your expression in a text layer and the evaluate that from your other expressions. So, you could put something like this in a text layer and guide it:
x = 100;
y = 100;
And then put something like this in another layer's position expression:
eval(thisComp.layer("Text Layer 1").text.sourceText.value);
by Dan Ebberts

(Min. Version: After Effects CS3, Category: Useful things, Type: Expressions)
posted by peter17 on Jan 02, 2010


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