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Snaphot in After Effects

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Hi There !!

Greetings from Costa Rica !!

I want to know, where the snapshots taken are stored.

I add screenshot !!

Thank You

 

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They are only stored in memory. If you want to keep a frame you'll have to use the Composition>Save a frame as Menu or look for a script to speed up the process. I just saved an output module template and set it as the default for Frame:

Screenshot_2020-04-08 10.28.03_RXESgX.png

You can then just press Alt./Option + Ctrl/Cmnd + S to add the frame to the render cue and then press enter to render it.

 

If you want a script this is one that I used to use.

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Snaphot in After Effects

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Apr 08, 2020

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Hi There !!

Greetings from Costa Rica !!

I want to know, where the snapshots taken are stored.

I add screenshot !!

Thank You

 

 SCREEN FRAME.png

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Correct answer by Rick Gerard | Adobe Community Professional

They are only stored in memory. If you want to keep a frame you'll have to use the Composition>Save a frame as Menu or look for a script to speed up the process. I just saved an output module template and set it as the default for Frame:

Screenshot_2020-04-08 10.28.03_RXESgX.png

You can then just press Alt./Option + Ctrl/Cmnd + S to add the frame to the render cue and then press enter to render it.

 

If you want a script this is one that I used to use.

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They are only stored in memory. If you want to keep a frame you'll have to use the Composition>Save a frame as Menu or look for a script to speed up the process. I just saved an output module template and set it as the default for Frame:

Screenshot_2020-04-08 10.28.03_RXESgX.png

You can then just press Alt./Option + Ctrl/Cmnd + S to add the frame to the render cue and then press enter to render it.

 

If you want a script this is one that I used to use.

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Thank you so much Rick !!

I'm glad with your answer.

 

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Another great script is the FXConsole from Video Copilot:

https://www.videocopilot.net/blog/2016/10/new-workflow-plug-in-fx-console-is-now-available/

 

It let you take a screenshot very easily and also give access to effects with just a keystroke. I use this all the time.

 

*Martin

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Wow awesome, thanks a lot, very interesting that plug in !!

 

Thanks gentleman !!

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I use FX Console all the time but have not really used the screenshot feature that much. It is a very good alternative. Watch the entire FFX Console tutorial by Andrew Kramer to see all that it can do.

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Thanks, very nice this information

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