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Help in AE WIth Bodymovin Extension - HTML5 ads

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Jul 14, 2023 Jul 14, 2023

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Hello all!

 

I have been struggling with this one for a while and I have literally tried everything.

I have created some HTML5 ads for a client, they have all been created in AE and then rendered with the Bodymovin plug in. The preview looks great, however, when I run it through HTML5 Validator, it always says 'Missing ClickTag Check'; I have tried to manually change the code, with a code given by the advertising company (I can't post the code here as Adobe has blocked it).

 

I insert the code via Dreamweaver right at the start at the code. This code was given to me by he advertising company who will be looking after the ads. When I run it through the HTML5 Validator, I still get the same error message.

 

Can anyone tell me where I am going wrong?

 

Thanks,

Yasmin

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Jul 15, 2023 Jul 15, 2023

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BodyMovin is a make-due tool with very limited capabilities. You must use Vector Shapes., and only the simplest animations are supported. If we can't see a timeline with the modified properties (press 'uu') of all layers showing, it's impossible to guess where the problem lies. I suspect a workflow error more than a bug. 

 

I suggest that you take a look at Adobe Animate.  The project you are describing is exactly what Animate was designed to do. 

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