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We are a team of freelance animators/designers with a passion for fun, challenging motion design work. With more than a decade of experience, we have worked with a wide range of clients, broadcast networks, and design studios.

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FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Yes, and no. Some of our templates come with a detail video tutorial, some not. But every template has a readme text file that explains how the project is broken down and the best steps that you need to take to edit this project.

Most of our templates are compatible with After Effects CS6 or higher. You can check version compatibility in the project description for the template in question. Be careful because you cant open templates in older versions of After Effect.

No. Purchased AE Templates can be used only with Adobe After Effect software, version CS6 or higher.

Recommended configuration means that project was tested, as a working proof on that configuration for specific estimated time.

It seems to be some codec issue on your machine. You can find some good codec pack. Install it, and then open AE again and see if this was helpful. If not, find some encoding program, Adobe media encoder will work, and open every prerender clip from project folders within that encoding program. Prerender those clips in some familiar format.

When you prerender all the clips, open the project, find those clips in project setting window / dont touch / video folder. Right-mouse click and choose “replace movie” option, and then just navigate to the folder where you stored your new, re-rendered clips.

Wholla, that is all.

You must import video in every media holder composition. Pay attention that you didn’t miss some of them because sometimes a project has a large number of them.

Also be sure that you delete everything inside media composition before you insert your media. Also it might be that your imported media are not long enough and at one moment, your media source becomes “invisible”. Usually, about 30sec of video file will be more than enough. If there is still no solution to the problem, then it is a codec issue. Try to prerender your issued clips into some other format and imported it again into AE.

You are opening the wrong version of the project. When you unzip the project files you will usually find two folders. Use After Effect project inside the prerendered version folder, not the full one, because full one is one with all the add. plugins.

Also, it might be a problem in your AE version. You are maybe using Adobe trail version. Some of the effects, like the Cycore (CC) effects, aren’t included in the trial version.

Sometimes After Effects can’t locate the source files due to the change of location. The easy way is to right click on the missing file and click replace file then locate the file in one of the folders. Once one missing file is located then After Effects will automatically find the rest of the missing files.

Well, some of our templates are robust, using many layers arranged in 3D space, so I guess that can be a problem for some “weak” configuration’s.

Here are some things that can help you:

Use the prerender version of the purchased project.

Try to open every prerender clip in some encoding program (Adobe Media Encoder) and try to prerender it.

Turn off camera blur (that will free some process calculations for 3d layers)

Try to prerender parts of the project and then composed it later (its demand some advance knowledge).

You can try to find some more powerful computer just for this projects (RAM 16GB at least)

Sometimes After Effects can’t locate the source files due to the change of location. The easy way is to right click on the missing file and click replace file then locate the file in one of the folders. Once one missing file is located then After Effects will automatically find the rest of the missing files.

You probably use non-english version of AE_ If that is the case here is the fix…
You need to create an empty txt document “ae_force_english.txt” put this document into user/document if you start ae it will run in English

You must relink the element 3D files. Here is a short tutorial about that  here . Also before relink download these files and copy them inside the project folders, just in case you don’t have them.

 

 

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