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"Detach Layers from Camera" not working on rendered video.

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May 15, 2019

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Hi, I am making a 1min50s video with several layers, masks and parenting systems.

I have divided a layer in two separate parts to make a zoom out/mask transition without interfering in the BG size while zooming out.
So I detached a layer from the camera, inside the masked sublayers.

The problem is that when I render it in .mov to export a .mp4 from Media Encoder, those layers are still linked to the camera. However, inside Animate CC preview, or if I render a .jpg/.png sequence, this bug doesn't happen.

Am I doing something wrong organizing the layers? Or setting the export?

(I cant post screenshots of the video I amm making for "NDA" reasons.)

The highlighted layers are the ones I divided to first be detached, and then attached to the camera.
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Hope you guys can help me with that.

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"Detach Layers from Camera" not working on rendered video.

New Here ,
May 15, 2019

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Hi, I am making a 1min50s video with several layers, masks and parenting systems.

I have divided a layer in two separate parts to make a zoom out/mask transition without interfering in the BG size while zooming out.
So I detached a layer from the camera, inside the masked sublayers.

The problem is that when I render it in .mov to export a .mp4 from Media Encoder, those layers are still linked to the camera. However, inside Animate CC preview, or if I render a .jpg/.png sequence, this bug doesn't happen.

Am I doing something wrong organizing the layers? Or setting the export?

(I cant post screenshots of the video I amm making for "NDA" reasons.)

The highlighted layers are the ones I divided to first be detached, and then attached to the camera.
Capturar.PNG

Hope you guys can help me with that.

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