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'Magnify' doubles the Audio Spectrum

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May 03, 2021 May 03, 2021

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Greetings.
I tried to make an Audio Spectrum that is "jumping" to the music. As soon as I am adjusting the Magnify Effect to the Audioamplitude, the spectrum duplicates. The Zoom effect itself is effecting an adjustment layer, but even without it, it doubles. I saw 2 other threads in this forum about this topic, but none of the solutions helped, so I hoped to find here other possible solutions.
I also tried to precompose the Audiospectrum with the effect and adding the Background afterwards, but that also didn't work. 
I hope some have an idea to fix this issue.
Thanks in Advance.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 03, 2021 May 03, 2021
It works as it always has - Magnify duplicates the entire buffer and scales it - transparency and all. Hence the only answer would be to pre-compose the audio spectrum with a solid before applying the Magnify so the scaled duplicate obscures the source. Mylenium

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It works as it always has - Magnify duplicates the entire buffer and scales it - transparency and all. Hence the only answer would be to pre-compose the audio spectrum with a solid before applying the Magnify so the scaled duplicate obscures the source.

 

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