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Multiple outputs from one Comp?

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Hi guys,

 

say if I have a Comp and I want certain layers to be visable down the line in another Comp (or Premiere in my situation) and then other layers to be visable in a different Comp....

 

Is there a way to do this?

 

In Flame, you can have multiple outputs from an Action node and can then recombine them downstream. I'm after similar.

 

For example, a Comp with both Normal and Screen Blend modes required to work on a background.

 

If I wanted to send these as 2 Comps or 2 outputs from one Comp so they could be treated differently downstream.

 

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Multiple outputs from one Comp?

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Hi guys,

 

say if I have a Comp and I want certain layers to be visable down the line in another Comp (or Premiere in my situation) and then other layers to be visable in a different Comp....

 

Is there a way to do this?

 

In Flame, you can have multiple outputs from an Action node and can then recombine them downstream. I'm after similar.

 

For example, a Comp with both Normal and Screen Blend modes required to work on a background.

 

If I wanted to send these as 2 Comps or 2 outputs from one Comp so they could be treated differently downstream.

 

Cheers

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Long and short: Nope. You have to actually duplicate the comp and change the settings. There is no such thing as node bypass/ render overrides/ render scripts/ pixel expressions as you would find them in Nuke, Flame, Fusion and whatever that can be used in this manner in AE.

 

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Ah that's good to know though.

 

And I'm glad you understood my explanation. 🙂

 

I've coloured the layers that need screen blend. Then when  I'm happy, I duplcate the Comp , hide them on one Comp and Solo on the other. It's surprisingly quick. It might become annoying after a 100 or so that I need to do, but I'm gaining a lot Comping them in Premiere rather than in AE with Collapse Transformations on as I did before. 

 

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