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Setting Bicubic on main comp

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When switching the comps quality to Bicubic or Bilinear does this override the layers within it ,even though they maybe set to somthing different?

 

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Setting Bicubic on main comp

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When switching the comps quality to Bicubic or Bilinear does this override the layers within it ,even though they maybe set to somthing different?

 

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I'm not sure what you are talking about. Do you mean nested comps? The switch is in the timeline.

 

Does this explanation from the help files help you figure it out? 

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Hi Rick.
Yes the switch in the time line where you can change the sampling.
If I switch to Bicubic on my master comp does it change all the nested comps layers within the master. or do you have to go into all the comps and switch to bicubic?

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The only way to directly access the native properties of a layer in a nested comp (pre-comp) is to collapse transformations. If you are scaling inside the nested comp and you want bicubic then it needs to be turned on inside the nested comp. With Collapse Transformations turned off you are dealing with the rendered pixels in the pre-comp just like it was footage. In that case, turning bicubic on will make a difference in the scaling quality of the layer. It's the same thing as switching the quality of a vector layer in the video I posted a link to. Collapse transformations and it needs to be turned on in the pre-comp. Collapse transformations turned off and you are going to be dealing with the pixels in that layer.

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Great help many thanks.
This was a great explanation of the collapse transforms if anyone is interested.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3ApvB8sqD0

In this tutorial we're going to talk about the Collapse Transformations and Continuously Rasterize switch in After Effects. Download the Project File: https:...

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