Timelord. Animating the hard way, but way easier.
Use it as a full frame-by-frame pipeline, or the easiest way to add drawn elements to After Effects, or like Overlord for Photoshop.Based on layer transfer systems made popular in Overlord and AEUX, it is now possible to render timeline layers to disk and automatically import into Ae.
Ps/An timeline → Ae
Selected layers as PNG sequences and SWFs.
Ae comp → Ps/An
MP4 reference renders.
Ps layers → Ae
Yep, it’s like Overlord.
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1. Install extension. Launch the app and open the extension. If you are asked for a key, then close the app.
2. Open the file in a text editor
MAC (TNX marcus32)
and enter any word (etc. blablabla) in the string “LicenseKey”.
You should get:
Note: The AppData folder is hidden. To display it, enable the display of hidden elements.
3. Save the file and restart the host application.