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Masking layer is gone when i export my project

Community Beginner ,
Dec 05, 2021 Dec 05, 2021

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I'm using Adobe animate 2019 here
i only have 1 mask layer in my project, under it are two classic tweening layers (both have blur filter on),i exported that and my mask layer is just gone
i converted my mask layers to symbol (movie clip) and the result is still mess up when exporting
i converted the 2 under layers as symbol too (from graphic to movie clip) and again its still mess up

everything looks normal in the program, its only mess up when i render it

In program

Will22105122akin_2-1638767987873.png

Redered

Will22105122akin_1-1638767961585.png

 


i tried to replicate the same layout on a new file and that exported fine so i don't even know anymore. Can anyone help?

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Community Beginner , Dec 09, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

nevermind i figured it out
(my English isn't the best so bear with me here)
don't apply any filters in "frame" tab (on the right, properties>frame), use "object" instead
if the keyframes under mask layer looks like this (white dot) then it's won't export the mask layer

Will22105122akin_0-1639069230710.png

they should be black dot once u remove the filter in "frame" settings

Will22105122akin_1-1639069306251.png


those keyframes are all symbols (movie clips)
Also i was mistaken- my An was 2020 lol
Hope this will save someone from stressing out!

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Dec 09, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

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nevermind i figured it out
(my English isn't the best so bear with me here)
don't apply any filters in "frame" tab (on the right, properties>frame), use "object" instead
if the keyframes under mask layer looks like this (white dot) then it's won't export the mask layer

Will22105122akin_0-1639069230710.png

they should be black dot once u remove the filter in "frame" settings

Will22105122akin_1-1639069306251.png


those keyframes are all symbols (movie clips)
Also i was mistaken- my An was 2020 lol
Hope this will save someone from stressing out!

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Dec 09, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

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Looks like a bug. It's happening in An 2022 as well.

Please report it here if you have the time: https://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html

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