Why bother with all that fuss when you have Open Sesame Script. I’ve been using it for all my project since I have CC. I use open sesame to convert it to CS5.5, and than I save it from CS5.5 to CS5. It’s working pretty good, although, if you’re using effects like levels, use levels individual controls, since it cannot pick up the data. And of course, there are some effects in CC that aren’t in CS5, so forget about that.
Question come almost always because of some technical issues with adobe after effects, various problems that are mostly caused by certain incompatibilities. Most of the templates are 1. import images/footages, 2. scale them 3. change colors 4. render to final output, which doesn’t require much knowledge. On the other hand, I’ve tried couple of times to edit web template via wordpress, and I can tell you it’s horrible for me who doesn’t have any knowledge with that. Even though I tried my best not to contact author, I had to. Some things just don’t work properly.
To conclude. If you have no knowledge at all in after effects, a video tutorial will be sufficient to edit the template. If you have no knowledge at all in wordpress, you’re stuck
http://audiojungle.net/item/intro-news-iii/5492412 It might be a good idea to create a sticky thread to address these issues, there happen to be days when three or four different people ask for a track name and someone refers them to soundizer.
Thank you very much!
SniderGFX saidDoes an SSD Affect for fast Render ?
SSD as Primary Partition will fasten things alot more than usual HDD. Get a SSD Drive of 120 – 150 GB as Primary and install another HDD as secondary partition to store files.
With AE / PS installed in SSD drive, they open in like 2-3 Seconds, and booting and shut down is much more faster. I highly recommend getting a SSD, its worth the amount you spend!
I think so. What I know for sure is that if you use external files (like videos, photos etc.) it will increase your render time. I would say maybe 20-30%, but I don’t have exact data.
No. Element 3D creates real 3D geometry.