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How can I offset a motion tile animation?

New Here ,
May 23, 2020

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Hello!

Super new to after effects, so I'm hoping someone can enlighten me.

I've made a simple animation - a ball entering from the left and leaving to the right - and duplicated it using Motion Tile. How can I offset the subsequent animations with a few frames between them?

 

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How can I offset a motion tile animation?

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Hello!

Super new to after effects, so I'm hoping someone can enlighten me.

I've made a simple animation - a ball entering from the left and leaving to the right - and duplicated it using Motion Tile. How can I offset the subsequent animations with a few frames between them?

 

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You can't. that's the whole point. You have to do it the hard way by duplicating the layer and actually manipulating the keyframes and shuffling around the in-point.

 

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Wow, okay. thanks for the reply.

 

Thought there'd be an easier way but I'll give it a shot 🙂

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