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Mar 03, 2022 Mar 03, 2022

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Why is my file importing ontop of my composition when usually it goes inside the composition and can be scaled easily? 

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Mar 04, 2022 Mar 04, 2022

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What file? What composition? You need to be much more specific and provide actual info and a proper explanation of what you do, the specifications of the documents and so on.

 

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Mar 04, 2022 Mar 04, 2022

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On after effects. (When I add a video into my composition resolution the file is usually 576 x 1920 and the comp size 1080 x 1320). I usually use import-> file-> video, then drag the video into the composition- the file usually goes inside the composition and when scaled can fit into the composition size. Now, when I do the same steps the video layers ontop of the actual compositon and when scaled just zooms in the actual after effects panel instead- and when I add effects and things like that it turns out completely different and odd to what it normally does. I've also noticed that my composition size isn't changing properly everytime I change it and just looks the same, both when I start by using  composition and composition from

footage. I hope that's enough information.

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Wait, I think I just had to add a black solid to the background. Sorry!

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Mar 04, 2022 Mar 04, 2022

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Hi lella23433713x535,

 

Welcome to the community.

As Mylenium said, please share more details on your issue. A screenshot or screen recording would be helpful for us to understand the issue properly.

Looking forward to your response.

 

Thanks,

Nishu

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On after effects. (When I add a video into my composition resolution the file is usually 576 x 1920 and the comp size 1080 x 1320). I usually use import-> file-> video, then drag the video into the composition- the file usually goes inside the composition and when scaled can fit into the composition size. Now, when I do the same steps the video layers ontop of the actual compositon and when scaled just zooms in the actual after effects panel instead- and when I add effects and things like that it turns out completely different and odd to what it normally does. I've also noticed that my composition size isn't changing properly everytime I change it and just looks the same, both when I start by using  composition and composition from

footage. I hope that's enough information

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Wait, I think I just had to add a black solid to the background. Sorry!

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