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Keyframing Effect Bypass

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So I'm proficient in Premiere Pro, but decided to dabble in Ae for making an intro animation. Im trying to phaze in and out a "displacement map" effect. The way I would do that in Pr would be by keyframing the bypass for the effect. So how would I do this in Ae? If you do use an effect bypass where is it? And if there isn't an effect bypass, how would I phase the effect in and out?

 

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Keyframing Effect Bypass

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So I'm proficient in Premiere Pro, but decided to dabble in Ae for making an intro animation. Im trying to phaze in and out a "displacement map" effect. The way I would do that in Pr would be by keyframing the bypass for the effect. So how would I do this in Ae? If you do use an effect bypass where is it? And if there isn't an effect bypass, how would I phase the effect in and out?

 

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You have a Displacement Map effect in the Distort Category. The way it works is using a luminance map where black and white areas are distorted based of horizontal and vertical displacements. If you use an animated luminance map (for example, a video, an animated gradient or a fractal noise map) the effect progresses without adding keyframes.

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Ok, so if I follow, if the effect is there, there's no getting rid of it?

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There are basically three different ways to animate a displacement map. Displacement, the displacement map, and by adding compositing options to a comp size or layer sized mask, dissolve between the effect and no effect. I use all 3 options most of the time that I use displacement maps because I need more than one thing going on at a time. Maybe this screenshot will explain things a little better:

Screenshot_2020-10-08 19.41.11_q7Cpje.png

 

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