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Issue with Hue Transformation

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Oct 10, 2020

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Hello all! I seem to be struggling with successfully adding an effect in Adobe After Effects. I am trying to "change color" of the hue of my selected solid shape, however whenever I slide the "Hue Transform" numerical slider in any direction, my selected solid shape disappears. I seem to have my keyframes in order and I'm not sure what is causing this. Any help would be amazing, as this is my first time using Affect Effects for a school project. Below is a screenshot:Screen Shot 2020-10-10 at 10.24.21 AM.png

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Issue with Hue Transformation

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Hello all! I seem to be struggling with successfully adding an effect in Adobe After Effects. I am trying to "change color" of the hue of my selected solid shape, however whenever I slide the "Hue Transform" numerical slider in any direction, my selected solid shape disappears. I seem to have my keyframes in order and I'm not sure what is causing this. Any help would be amazing, as this is my first time using Affect Effects for a school project. Below is a screenshot:Screen Shot 2020-10-10 at 10.24.21 AM.png

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Wrong effect and the usual stuff about potentially broken hardware acceleration applies. Check the settings, use the conventional Hue/ Saturation effect for something that trivial. No need to make it complicated and risk that the color matching breaks down, when there basically is nothing to match because it's only a single color, anyway.

 

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As Mylenium says, if your logo has transparency an it has a single solid color, then you can use the Generate > Fill effect and animate the color.

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