I used it as a background layer for multiple scenes. Many ways to create decent starry sky with other effects or just simple raster imagery. Forum Expressions Tutorials Creative Cloud. On top of everything, a placed a camera combined with a null layer.
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CC Ball Action
Show us the effect you are going for and full screenshots of what you have. Go to original post. However, the balls size very small, I try to change the ball size and the grid spacing to make them bigger but it becomes have more than 2 balls, and if I cx the ball size too much the atoms looks like they almost combine into 1 atom.
And the separate part, I need to play with the ball size because we cannot control each of the balls I pre-compose them then play with the scale so it doesn't look like the atoms become smaller. Any ideas what I could do to get my starry sky back?
After Effects A-Z: CC Ball Action
What did you do to solve this issue? I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. In the pre-compose I need actipn scale them quite much but it becomes pixelated, is there a way to make them bigger? Correct Answers - 10 points. And yes, I did push the 3D layer button for this layer as well - as I did before.
CC ball action only 2 balls and higher resolution/big sized ball? : Adobe After Effects
There are only a few tiny dots on the left edge. So this is my first time using this effect CC Ball Action.
You can not post a blank message. I tried to create a new white solid, applied the CC Ball Action effect and placed it underneath my last two scenes but I simply can not manage to create another starry sky.
I found does not move in correct correlation with other 3D elements.
After Effects A-Z: CC Ball Action by Rich Young - ProVideo Coalition
I used it as a background layer for multiple scenes. On top of everything, a placed a camera combined with a null layer.
I also tried to place this effect layer on top of the camera and null layer - so that it is not affected at all. In the last two scenes, all of sudden the starry sky is gone.
CC Ball action might be an overkill for what you need.