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How to have multiple effects? (Read desc for explanation)

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Say I wanted to add another scale transition, but I've already used the scale on my layer I want to scale, how can I make the scale transition without messing with the previous scale I've used on that layer?

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How to have multiple effects? (Read desc for explanation)

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Say I wanted to add another scale transition, but I've already used the scale on my layer I want to scale, how can I make the scale transition without messing with the previous scale I've used on that layer?

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Add a null, parent the layer to the null, scale the null. If you match the position of the null and the layer then the scale will still originate at the anchor point.

 

Add the Transform Effect and scale the layer there

 

Add an expression to the already keyframed scale position that allows you to throw other modifiers on Scale based on time or on markers or on the existing keyframes.

 

Any of those techniques will get you started.

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