Using clone presets


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Using clone presets

I created a number of Clone strokes in the previous movie. I will select the Paint Effect, press Delete and that will get us back to the original image. In the previous movie, I was only using Clone Preset number 1. There are actually five Clone presets to choose from. The preset remembers all the values you have for the source layer that you are cloning from, whether the clone stroke is Aligned or not aligned, whether you lock the Source Time, and I will cover that later, as well as the Offset and the Source Time Shift.

The presets don't remember the options you have set with the top part of the Paint panel. So these settings will apply to every preset. Also note that the value you set for the Clone Source Overlay will also apply to each of the presets. Now what can you use presets for? Well, let's say I would like to clone some of these items. Let's say there are stars or birds in the sky and so on, and I would like to have a preset for each object. I will turn off the switch f...

Using clone presets
Video duration: 3m 7s 3h 11m Intermediate Updated Dec 12, 2012

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Using clone presets provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the After Effects Apprentice 13: Paint, Roto, and Puppet

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Video
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After Effects
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