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Wiggle Visualizer

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If you need more control over wiggling layers the only way to see what they are doing is to draw out the wiggle path. With the Wiggle Visualizer you could get a visual representation of where the wiggling layer is going.
After Effects CS3
Useful things
Presets (ffx)

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The Wiggle Visualizer preset gives you the ability to see how far your layer is wiggling and the frequency over 1 second. Just select a layer and wiggle the position. Then deselect that layer and double-click the WiggleVisualizer preset from the Effects & Presets tab. The preset will create a solid the size of your comp and give you a layer selector so you can choose your wiggled layer and see its path. Simply scrub through the animation just a bit to see where your layer is going.

The reason I like this so much is that I can change my wiggle values and see the results without doing doing a RAM Preview.

Keywords

wiggle, Video, Interactive Experience, Development, Design

(Min. Version: After Effects CS3, Category: Useful things, Type: Presets (ffx))
posted by Trent Armstrong on Jan 28, 2011

 

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