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CC Repetile creating a thin gap

New Here ,
May 23, 2021 May 23, 2021

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This is the screenshot of my project. You can see a basic rectangle and an 'asset' (Both imported from AI using overlord).

The only effect used is CC Repetile and the basic rectangle is just one single shape, the 'asset' is split into groups within the layer contents.When using CC Repetile effect on them, it creates a thin gap in between.

However it should be noted that, when I use a shape created within AE, this problem doesn't occur.

I tried to apply the effect after pre-composing, but that didn't remedy the issue. 

If you require anything more for a deeper diagnosis, I would be happy to provide.

(The same settings for effects are used for all the shapes, only that the Expand Right values  differ for each)

Thankyou for taking the time to assist.

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Community Expert ,
May 23, 2021 May 23, 2021

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Not sure why this problem occurs, I'm getting the same problem with my own AI files converted to shape layers. Anyway, you have an alternative. Shape layers can be cloned using the repeaters. If you expand your shape layer, select the content. and with that little drop-down at your right select repeater. The repeatear lets you create copies of your shapes and move them to the right avoiding that cc repetile issue.

 

I will try a couple of things with AI files and write later on.

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New Here ,
May 31, 2021 May 31, 2021

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Thankyou for that solution!. Will be happy to know what your findings will be later.

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Oct 14, 2022 Oct 14, 2022

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I have the same issue with MotionTile and RepeTile and to fix it, I precomped (nested) the video layer (it could be any layer) and applied the Transform effect with Scale set to 101% (it won't show since the layer is already at comp size). Then in the parent comp I added the RepeTile effect and that got rid of the black/blank borders.

 

Adobe, PLEASE FIX THIS. I see posts about it from 2018. Seriously no new features just focus on no crashes and proper workflow.

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