Composition Scale Shift Issue 3D

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Dec 14, 2021 Dec 14, 2021

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If you resize the composition using the "Composition Scale.jsx" script, there will be a difference in the display between 2D and 3D layers with the same X and Y numbers. I just updated to version 22.1.1 (Build 73) still an issue.

 

Supplied Screen Grab illustrating the issue.AE_offset_issue.jpg

 

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Dec 14, 2021 Dec 14, 2021

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Have you checked the layer anchor points? Looks like it's offset...

 

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Just checked, it's not the anchor points. It's definitely a bug, i've seen similar posts else where. I wanted to post here to get attention. Thanks for the suggestion tho.

 

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I came across a similar post, it was just cropping the region of interest. Which ended up offsetting the 3D layer, giving a similar result as my shared issue. Feel free to try it. AE Current Version 22.1.1 (build 73)

 

Steps:

1. Create a Composition

2. Create two shapes or nulls one being a duplicate

3. Centered the anchors points and align to the Center of the Compositon

3. Make one of the duplicates a 3D layer

4. Select a Region of Interest

5. Crop Comp to Region of Interest

 

End Results 3D Layer shifts from the 2D duplicate

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Dec 16, 2021 Dec 16, 2021

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Decided to ticker around more, and it looks like you need a Camera in the composition in order to avoid any offset when using Scale Composition script.

 

If you crop the Region of Interest it still creates an offset even with a camera in the scene. You'll have to delete the old camera and create a new one which will align things once again. But if you have an animated camera and crop the region you'll be out of luck.

 

 

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