Is there a way to merge masked layers?

Explorer ,
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I want to merge masked layers, (like the mask and the layer under it thats also like masking)

Any way to do it?

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Guide , Oct 12, 2020 Oct 12, 2020
If you want to reduce the number of layers in a particular timeline, just nest the mask and the masked inside a graphic symbol container or a collapsible layer folder.

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The same way you merge any other kind of layers. Just copy and paste.

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It doesn't let you merge masked layers, IM looking for a way to work around that.

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If you want to reduce the number of layers in a particular timeline, just nest the mask and the masked inside a graphic symbol container or a collapsible layer folder.

 

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