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Missing Scribbling Emergency!!!!!

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Oct 14, 2020

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Hello! I am editing a footage where I use the paint brush tool and scribble frame by frame throughout the whole footage. I seperated each clip of my footage with different layers but my paint effect rests in my first clip layer. I think my composition for the painting and scribbling is all in that layer but everytime I reopen my file in after effects, only the first clip shows my scribble and the rest of the edited scribble on my footage is never visible. I somehow randomly press a few layers and the scribbles reapper but it is such a hit or miss. Does anyone know how to fix this issue so that when I open my file I can see all my edited scribble throughout the whole footage because this is HOURs of Manuel Laborrrr. Thank you. 

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Missing Scribbling Emergency!!!!!

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Hello! I am editing a footage where I use the paint brush tool and scribble frame by frame throughout the whole footage. I seperated each clip of my footage with different layers but my paint effect rests in my first clip layer. I think my composition for the painting and scribbling is all in that layer but everytime I reopen my file in after effects, only the first clip shows my scribble and the rest of the edited scribble on my footage is never visible. I somehow randomly press a few layers and the scribbles reapper but it is such a hit or miss. Does anyone know how to fix this issue so that when I open my file I can see all my edited scribble throughout the whole footage because this is HOURs of Manuel Laborrrr. Thank you. 

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Each shot should be a separate comp. You can then nest each comp in the main comp and sequence them, or better yet, render the comps to a production format, not H.264, and then edit the movie in Premiere Pro. Most of your AE comps should be just one shot. Only make a sequence in a comp if there is no other way to efficiently combine two or more shots. Don't edit movies in After Effects, it's the wrong tool. 

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