Yes, unfortunately. You might be able to simplify somewhat with a clever naming convention. For example, if you named your flash layers “Flash 1”, “Flash 2”, etc. and your control layers “Control 1”, “Control 2”, etc. then you could do something like this in the Flash expression so it would be the same for every layer:
This has been working really well but I’ve noticed with time remapping (the audio) all I’m getting now are the keyframes of the couple of seconds of sound file. The ‘object’ no longer appears, meaning: I can’t drag drag the right edge so the layer duration matches the comp. because there’s nothing to drag. Just the key frames. So it sounds once but that’s it. I’ve tried restarting AE but doesn’t help. Is this a limitation of AE? Thanks
posted. As you can see with prob1, there’s nothing to drag to achieve the condition in normal 1 where the green bar extends all the way across (because I was able to drag the right-hand side of the sound ‘object’.
Prob 1 only lets me see the two key frames.
Its like AE is having trouble. I have about 300 working properly and about 100 that only let me hear the sound once despite the Time Remap applied.