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How do you duplicate a composition that will differentiate from the original copy?

Community Beginner ,
May 19, 2020

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I understand that after you duplicate a composition---if you change one copy, it affects the other one. i.e., they are the same layer. Is there any way you can duplicate a composition to and make edits to one that doesn't affect the other? Thanks!

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How do you duplicate a composition that will differentiate from the original copy?

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I understand that after you duplicate a composition---if you change one copy, it affects the other one. i.e., they are the same layer. Is there any way you can duplicate a composition to and make edits to one that doesn't affect the other? Thanks!

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Engaged ,
May 19, 2020

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Hi. Select the composition in the PROJECT PANEL - usually the upper left panel on your screen. Then Ctrl+D to duplicate it - this will give you a new version and it's a good idea to rename it appropriately.

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Community Beginner ,
May 21, 2020

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Thank you^

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 19, 2020

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Look at using Master Properties - https://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/using/master-properties.html

 

There are also 3rd party tools which allow you to duplicate a comp and all its related precomps. Google "True Comp Duplicator".

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