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I don’t recall that there was an official announcement about this…

Me neither.

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Hi Lauralaw, I have some racing projects, welcome to my portfolio.

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You can convert your projects to AE CC 2014.

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just that , that is no step by step guide from Envato .

Hi debbseven, if you have any problems using after effects, you can contact one of Videohive authors to customise your file.

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Do you have an auto-saved file?

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Perfect! This expression works fine, thank you so much Felt!

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Hey Eric!! Our templates have to be uploaded or approved between June 4th and July 30th?

Hi Videologio, I think the rule is you must upload till july 30th, approval could be later.

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//On the time remap property
L = thisLayer;
t = time;
animLength = 10;
animLength *= thisComp.frameDuration;
LDur = L.outPoint-L.inPoint;
MidDur = LDur - animLength*2;
if( t>=L.inPoint && t<= L.inPoint+animLength) {t-L.inPoint} 
else if( t>L.inPoint+animLength && t<L.outPoint-animLength) {animLength + (t-L.inPoint+animLength)/MidDur)*(L.source.duration-animLength*2)}
else if(t>=L.outPoint-animLength && t<=L.outPoint) {t-(L.outPoint-animLength)}
else 0;

Hi Felt, I´ve created 2 comps.

Comp1 has keyframes in position, scale and rotation : In: 10 frames Mid: 50 frames Out: 10 frames

So i’ve created a Comp2, just a precomposed Comp1, enabled time remap and applied the expression above. The idea is maintain the in-out animations and stretch the middle, but this message appear:

After Effects warning: Expected: ; Expressiondisabled.

Error ocurred at Line 8.

Comp: ‘Comp2”

Layer: 1(‘Comp1’)

Property: ‘Time remap’

What is wrong here?

Thank you Felt and Amberija!

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Hello folks, i want to pre-compose a composition with in-out animations. Ex: I’ve created a 30 seconds layer, I’ve put keyframes in first 10 frames and in last 10 frames. So I want to increase and decrease the layer time in a pre-composed comp just dragging out point, but keeping in-out animations. Could you help me?
Hello! What kind of animation you have? Do timeremap works for you?

Yeah, time remap could work, but i want to precompose this time remap(first 10 frames and last 10 frames), in a comp I don´t need to drag keyframes, just increase or decrease layer time.

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