Re: Export TVPaint - Import After Effects 1.0.4
Posted: 31 May 2017, 11:46
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Thanks for the quick response!Duduf wrote: ↑31 May 2017, 11:04Did you try te re-export from TVPaint, or did you try to import the same export as before the update to Yosemite?
And what version of the script do you use, the one from the link in the first post of this topic, or the recently updated one I've posted a few days ago?
Excellent work, thanks for your contribution! As a beginner, it's very useful to me!Mads Juul wrote: ↑19 Jun 2013, 12:52I have made to scripts.
One for TVPaint to Export the current clips, in Layers each instance as single
And one script for Adobe After Effects for importing the PNGsand keep the different layers.
Download the attached zip archive, unzip it. it contains 2 files
Which is a TVPaint Custom panel for exporting the Clip.
Here Is a screen shot of how the Clip Looks in TVPaint And how it looks after import in After Effects
And here is a podcast og how it works
The scripts has been tested with tvpaint 10.5.7 Proffesional and TVpaint 9.5.18 Proffesional. TVPaint 9.5 will not export Faux Fixe and Layer Pre and Post Behaviour.
and After Effects CS5.5, CS6.0,CC and CC 2014.
The scripts have been tested on Windows 8 and MAC snow Leopard
If you find the scripts to be so usefull so you want to make a donation, you can use my Pay-Pal email : email@example.com
- Can have problems if Folder path or clip and layer names have other characters than english alphabet and underscore (So remove white spaces and language specific characters if problem) http://forum.tvpaint.com/viewtopic.php? ... =15#p71245
- When Files stored on linux server. Layers imported into After Effect can be imported in wrong order http://forum.tvpaint.com/viewtopic.php? ... =45#p73561
- Project needs to start on positive frame.
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1.0.4 is basically 1.0.3 with some small changes made by Nathan and Duduf, it is a bit more stable.