Static layer above Scene Camera

Community Beginner ,
Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021

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Is there a way that one layer will not be scaled/transformed by the Scene Camera? In other words, can I make a top-layer in the scene with a static image like speech bubbles or a logo within Character Animator? Of not, this is a feature request (simply don't scale layers that are placed above a Scene Camera layer?)

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LEGEND ,
Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021

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i don't think you can do it today. You can scale everything in the scene except that layer (instead of using camera), or add the layer using a different tool (premier pro for recorded clips, or obs studio for livestreams)...

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Adobe Employee ,
Sep 02, 2021 Sep 02, 2021

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Hi there,

We appreciate you writing in. I'm just chiming in to check if your issue got sorted with the suggestion given by the expert above?

 

Let us know.

 

Regards,

Shivangi

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Sep 16, 2021 Sep 16, 2021

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I would like to see that feature added as well so when you add a static layer above the Camera that layer is not effected by camera layer. Can Adobe please make that happen soon please?  

 

 

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