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Adjustment layer within a precomp, affecting layers outside of precomp

Explorer ,
Dec 15, 2016

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Hey guys,

I have an adjustment layer within a pre comp, but for some reason, it's affect layers outside of the pre comp, that are located below the pre comp.

Here's a screengrab. The adjustment is in that pre comp. but it's affecting the layers below. Anyway to stop this?

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As Dave was hinting at, it behaves as expected. Using collapse transformations/ continuously rasterize passes through blending operations from the pre-comp when not used with 3D layers. This is a fundamental feature of this stuff that 99.5 percent of users are completely ignorant of. Don't use CR or restructure your pre-comp. I guess you have learned something today?!

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Adjustment layer within a precomp, affecting layers outside of precomp

Explorer ,
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Hey guys,

I have an adjustment layer within a pre comp, but for some reason, it's affect layers outside of the pre comp, that are located below the pre comp.

Here's a screengrab. The adjustment is in that pre comp. but it's affecting the layers below. Anyway to stop this?

Screen Shot 2016-12-15 at 12.44.03 PM.png

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As Dave was hinting at, it behaves as expected. Using collapse transformations/ continuously rasterize passes through blending operations from the pre-comp when not used with 3D layers. This is a fundamental feature of this stuff that 99.5 percent of users are completely ignorant of. Don't use CR or restructure your pre-comp. I guess you have learned something today?!

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LEGEND ,
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Is there any good reason why you have to use Collapse Transformations / Continuously Rasterize switch on that layer?

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What if you had an vector object that you also needed to have an adjustment layer effecting it? But did not want the adjustment effecting outside the comp.

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As Dave was hinting at, it behaves as expected. Using collapse transformations/ continuously rasterize passes through blending operations from the pre-comp when not used with 3D layers. This is a fundamental feature of this stuff that 99.5 percent of users are completely ignorant of. Don't use CR or restructure your pre-comp. I guess you have learned something today?!

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