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Exporting .tgs files with bodymovin

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Jul 06, 2024 Jul 06, 2024

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I am an animation designer on Adobe After Effects. Recently, I designed some animated stickers and tried to export them on bodymovin, but there are many layers (animations and effects) that were not successfully exported.

That is, the sticker is exported, but it is missing some layers, such as cc light sweep.

When I see some Channels specialized in this field, I know that they use the same effects and their stickers are exported successfully and completely.

 

I attached an example for the kind of stickers I saw ..

 

 

  • Please, I need help with this urgently..
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Jul 08, 2024 Jul 08, 2024

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Bodymovin/the Lottie framework doesn't support native effects because they can't be translated to code. If you want to use unsupported effects then you have to export images. You can set this up when you pick your export settings in the Bodymovin panel.

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If you check the bodymovin page on Aescripts: https://aescripts.com/bodymovin/

It lists the suported features. It really has to do with what Lottie supports.

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