Working with proxies


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Working with proxies

Proxies are low resolution images or movies that you can use as place holders for your layers in After Effects, to speed up your workflow. And when you are working with CINEWARE, things can get pretty slow. So, using proxies is a really good way of speeding up your workflow. I've included as part of this course the demo version of CINEWARE proxy, which is a script which will make proxies for CINEWARE layers. If you go into the footage folder, you'll find the CINEWARE proxy folder in there.

And what I want you to do is go into that folder and take out this file here CINEWAREproxy.jsx bin and put it into this folder. You need to go into Adobe After Effects CC folder which is in your applications folder, into Scripts, into Scripts UI Panel and place it in there. Now, if you're on Windows, it's slightly different. There are instructions here for both, and it will tell you where to place that on Windows.

It's in Application Support on Windows in the Scripts folder, and inside the Script...

Working with proxies
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Working with proxies provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Angie Taylor as part of the CINEMA 4D Lite for After Effects: Getting Started

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