- November 11, 2019 at 1:26 pm
I have seen some great tips on how to scale, both using the file>script>Demo palette/Scale Comp and using continously rasterize.
My issue is that I’m having a comp with lots of 3D layers, covering a foreground, midground and background.
This background is much smaller on the foreground due to perspective, giving me very little use of the HD width.
I tried to take the background into a new HD comp and scale with script> scale comp, Null etc, but it gets just very blurry. If I use Continiously Rasterize it messes up all the lighting and camera.
Is there way to scale up in After Effects, where I can have all my 3D layers and scene looking intact, but benefiting from the assets being vectors and therefore can scale up?
Any Direction would be much appreciated.
- November 13, 2019 at 2:47 pm
- November 13, 2019 at 7:17 pm
you just forgot one step..you hit continually rasterize but now you have to go and make it 3d again…all those layers inside their comps make them 3d as well
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