Judging by the type of movement (which seems to be “Floaty” or “Subtle) – > 3 Things that might be causing it:
1) Mismatching FPS between your AE Comp and your C4D File.
2) Mismatching Interpretation of your Rendered Footage FPS in AE.
3) Your external compositing tag is placed on the Negative Z Axis side of the 3d Screen rather than the Positive Z axis. (for ex: X: 0 Y:0 Z: -100 instead of 100 or vice versa)
and a Bonus possibility:
4) You’ve unintentionally dragged that wacom while having it pressed on that Ex tag layer
As if “beating” the personal record for worst sales on the previous week wasn’t enough … It seems as if this one is going to be even worse. Ouch.
Balistique saidThanks for saying that, it makes me feel much nicer but way dumber. If this is true, why is it so hard to support to communicate/confirm it? Especially considering the fact the given date (26th of February) is the reason this whole thread (and a previous one) exist.
You will be featured author soon, just be patient… This is the way of featured system works
They sent me this on March 1st:
“Congratulations! We love your files and have decided to make you VideoHive’s featured author of the week. You won’t be featured until the 26th of February, but you already have the shiny new badge. Enjoy!” (3 days later than the original date)
After contacting support today for over 3 – 4 times over twitter and being twitted “We’ll answer you now”, there was no answer through email nor twitter, and the 26th of February is long gone. So dreams are crushed, expectations aren’t met, and its me who’s very disappointed.
At least there’s a new badge, hopefully they won’t take that away from me too. It can always be worse addeystock, you had 3 days of “glory” ... Still very sorry to see it happend to you too.
Here’s a thought: There is only one active reviewer currently working for the past 2 – 3 weeks. We’re not allowed to call out names, and its irrelevant to the topic. If you take a close look you’ll see that most files are approved at the same time for the past week or two.
When there were two reviewers or three active, it used to be easy to tell who’s reviewing what just because of the time difference of approvals, it was usually a batch of approvals during Daytime in Europe and another batch during Daytime in the US.
davidossahdez: Thanks for the useful information!
Here’s something that really intrigues me, by linking Source text properties only the actual text gets linked. Is there a way to link the font selection / kerning as well?
This always kept me away from linking Source text, once the user modified the kerning and font selection in one layer it would only “transfer” the actual text thus leaving the user in a “complex” situation incase he modified the font / kerning / paragraph properties .
+1 (maybe -1?)
tough month. weak week.