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Îssue with CC Composite on png Pictures

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Nov 08, 2020

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Hi!

I am having an issue with the Effect CC Particle System being cut off at the Borders of the object I want it to apply to. I know, that I can use CC Particle Systems to solve that Issue, which works great, when working with Text - as soon, as I try the exact same thing on a png, I does not work. I have included tone screenshots visualizing the problem - thanks in advance!

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To maintain that workflow swap Grow Bounds for CC Composite or Pre-compose before applying the particle effect. 

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Îssue with CC Composite on png Pictures

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Hi!

I am having an issue with the Effect CC Particle System being cut off at the Borders of the object I want it to apply to. I know, that I can use CC Particle Systems to solve that Issue, which works great, when working with Text - as soon, as I try the exact same thing on a png, I does not work. I have included tone screenshots visualizing the problem - thanks in advance!

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Correct answer by Rick Gerard | Adobe Community Professional

To maintain that workflow swap Grow Bounds for CC Composite or Pre-compose before applying the particle effect. 

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Nothing wrong here. You simply have a misunderstanding. Dynamically rasterized items like text have an invisible comp-sized "canvas"/ container whereas for genuinely pixel-based layers only "true" pixels are considered. This has never worked any differently. The simple answer therefore is to pre-compose your image and apply the effects in the parent comp to the layer.

 

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Oh, didn't know that - thanks for the help!

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To maintain that workflow swap Grow Bounds for CC Composite or Pre-compose before applying the particle effect. 

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Thanks for the help!

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