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 After Effects - Keyframe RAW settings ? 
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Post After Effects - Keyframe RAW settings ?
Hi all,

I don't have a recent version of After Effects but I was wondering if CS6 After Effects can keyframe the DNG/RAW camera settings to allow for changes during a sequence ?

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Steve R.

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Mon Dec 23, 2013 9:52 pm
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Post Re: After Effects - Keyframe RAW settings ?
Not in itself but can with a third party app like LR Timelapse

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Post Re: After Effects - Keyframe RAW settings ?
Cheers TT, just trying to find a reason to purchase it but that was really the only clincher. LR Timelapse it will be !

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Tue Dec 24, 2013 4:01 am
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Post Re: After Effects - Keyframe RAW settings ?
Not sure what other options there are to LRTimelapse, and I'm new to timelapse so I don't have much experience, LRTimelapse works very well. Its seems to be a well thought out application.


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Post Re: After Effects - Keyframe RAW settings ?
I've been using AE for my time-lapse since 2003.

You can keyframe exposure in AE as with any effect in AE, but LR does it differently.
LR is a more manual approach but it is effective if you are patient. In AE you keyframe exposure between two points or more.

Fixing a shot in post should not be the best solution. It takes time (and money) and the quality is compromised.
If your are going for the "holy grail time-lapse shot" of day-to-night, a better approach is to use a bulb-ramper.

Hope that helps.
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