Hello, I have a logo that I want to present in a rotating way. During that rotation there is 2x a small white disturbance over the logo, once at the top left and once at the top right. I can't find out where it comes from, so i can't solve 😞
It looks like you created this by just using several copies of a flat 2d layer, yes? We're simply seeing a frame where all (or most) of them are perfectly on-edge to our view, and thus they basically disappear. Hold a piece of paper up in front of your face, then turn it 90º - same effect.
You'll either need to cheat this by creating another layer, rotated properly to "fill" this gap in the rotation, or tweak your rotation so we never actually see this frame where the illusion falls apart.
Alternatively, you could use the Cinema 4D 3d rendering engine (or Cineware with an actual 3d object from C4D) for this object, and have it extruded for real.
Johan reached out for more information, so I'll see if I can help clarify.
I'm guessing you used some third-party script to build this? In short, this is the old way of making fake-3D stuff in After Effects, and there are now better ways to do it. It's fixable, but probably not the approach I would recommend anymore. This seemed much easier to talk through than to type out. Hopefully this demonstration helps clear up your question a bit better. The other alternative is to actually create this as true 3d object using Cinema 4D Lite (which is included with your After Effects install), but that requires learning an entirely new program, so probably isn't the right suggestion here.