Graham Quince Tutorial to Add a Script in Adobe After Effects

How to install a Script in After Effects

A quick guide showing how to add scripts to the software.

A script is an automated tool for After Effects which can help you do lots of things like importing multiple files from a folder, linking mask points to nulls, duplicating comps but linking camera and many more things. There are whole communities on the internet sharing their scripts and people have even got ChatGPT to create scripts for them. But once you have a script, you need to know how to use it in After Effects.

In this short tutorial, I show how to install scripts, how to run them and I share a few tips along the way.

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