Impact of quality setting for After Effects export

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Jan 28, 2021 Jan 28, 2021

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Hi there,

Since the import into After Effects via dynamic link is as bitmap - does a high quality setting in Character Animator (i.e. 400%) improve the quality of the puppets in the final export?  I tested exporting two characters at different quality settings and coud not make out any difference.


I'm fairly new to Character Animator and After Effects. For my project I have multpile puppets importet to AE via dynamic link.
From my understanding the quality setting in CA impacts the rendering time in AE. If the output quality wouldn't be improved/affected it would make sense to use a lower setting in order to make rendering quicker.

Thanks in advance

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Jan 29, 2021 Jan 29, 2021

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I converted Japanese to English with translation software.

If you don't enlarge your puppet with Adobe After Effects, I think it's okay to make it 100% in size.
So I think your idea is correct.

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