Copiar las propiedades de los efectos de una máscara de texto a otra máscara de texto.

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Sep 03, 2022 Sep 03, 2022

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Hola,

 

Debo crear varias animaciones en las cuales se utilizan los mismos elementos, pero cambia el texto. El texto está animado.

 

Para ahorrar tiempo intento pasar las propiedades de la primera máscara de texto que animé a una nueva máscara con un texto diferente, pero no he logrado hacerlo.

 

Intento hacerlo para no tener que vover a configurar el efecto sobre la máscara con los 2°,3°... textos.

 

Solo he podido copiar las propiedades generales, pero no las propiedades de efecto.

 

¿Alguien conoce los pasos a seguir?

 

Gracias!

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Sep 03, 2022 Sep 03, 2022

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Your post tells us nothing. You have not explained anything specific nor provided any actual info on how the masks are applied and animated or for that matter a screenshot. You need to do better and provide some info that's actually useful and comprehensible.

 

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Sep 04, 2022 Sep 04, 2022

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Take a look at Essential Graphics.  You can use the same comp in others just by changing the parameters you set.  You could also use expressions detect the size of text and respond accordingly.  If you can share some screenshots of your entire window and some that give an indication of what you're trying to achieve we can probably give you further suggestions.

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