Feature Focus: Concentric Shape Repeater

Adobe Employee ,
Apr 09, 2020 Apr 09, 2020

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New parameters in the Offset Paths shape layer property allow you to make copies of a path that radiate outward or inward enabling you to create unique backgrounds that have a retro vibe. See the new parameters selected below and please provide feedback on their usability, animation capabilities, and performance. 

 

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Community Beginner ,
Apr 22, 2020 Apr 22, 2020

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Digging this – the first additional option that comes to mind is some way to "offset the offset" where you could favor the copies being closer or further apart with each copy? In my head it would almost like being able to assign a curve that maps how they're spaced out across the offset distance, ie. like the Size or Opacity over Time curves in something like Trapcode Particular.

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Apr 25, 2020 Apr 25, 2020

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I would love to be able to delay those offsets in time meaning that if I animate my main path each copie will animate itself at the animation time + the delay * its copie number to be able to create stuffs like ripple effects and crazy animations.

 

Oh and every body that I have watch wanting to test this struggled to find it as their (and mine also) first instinct was to search it in the repeater...

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