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After Effects Circular Image Repeater

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Aug 03, 2016

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Hi I'm trying to create something like this with motion in after effects but I'm unable to find a way to do so. (basically what exists with the shape layer but for images) Any ideas?

(just like this video but with images: Shape Layer Repeater (radial) - Adobe After Effects tutorial - YouTube )

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the easy way: you can try this script: Layer Repeater - aescripts + aeplugins - aescripts.com

the manual way - you can do this by cascade parenting with some flexibility, depends what are your needs exactly. take this layer for example:

let's duplicate it 5 times over

now let's parent each layer to the one above it

now let's move all of them at the same time. position,rotation,scale

FUN, isn't it???

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After Effects Circular Image Repeater

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Hi I'm trying to create something like this with motion in after effects but I'm unable to find a way to do so. (basically what exists with the shape layer but for images) Any ideas?

(just like this video but with images: Shape Layer Repeater (radial) - Adobe After Effects tutorial - YouTube )

apple.PNG

Message was edited by: Luc Anise Wanted to add another example

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the easy way: you can try this script: Layer Repeater - aescripts + aeplugins - aescripts.com

the manual way - you can do this by cascade parenting with some flexibility, depends what are your needs exactly. take this layer for example:

let's duplicate it 5 times over

now let's parent each layer to the one above it

now let's move all of them at the same time. position,rotation,scale

FUN, isn't it???

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the easy way: you can try this script: Layer Repeater - aescripts + aeplugins - aescripts.com

the manual way - you can do this by cascade parenting with some flexibility, depends what are your needs exactly. take this layer for example:

let's duplicate it 5 times over

now let's parent each layer to the one above it

now let's move all of them at the same time. position,rotation,scale

FUN, isn't it???

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Well I'm going to have a great time doing that.... It's a shame adobe doesn't bring the same shape later mechani to images. Thanks tho!

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You're welcome! ask for it here: Feature Request/Bug Report Form

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Wow since 2016! I know how to do this with shapes but would imagine it would be the same with images. to my surprise, it does not. I would've expected more tutorials on how to do this but I only found this. thank you!

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