How To Import Photoshop Layers into After Effects

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    You have several options when importing a layered Photoshop file into After Effects. Do you need a single flattened image, or all your editable layers and layer styles? What’s the difference between “Footage,” “Composition,” and “Composition – Retain Layer Sizes?” Do you want to edit the Photoshop text you just imported? What if you make changes to an imported Photoshop file? We answer all these questions and more in this handy-dandy video!

    And check out How to Prep PS Files for AE | https://youtu.be/fuDs-WPyAR4

    00:00 – Intro
    01:12 – Import Options
    02:32 – Importing as Footage
    04:22 – Importing as Composition – Retain Layer Sizes
    05:18 – After Effects UI
    05:52 – PS vs AE: Layers & Groups
    07:02 – Convert to Editable Text
    07:49 – Layer Size & Bounding Box
    09:29 – Working with Anchor Points
    11:02 – Importing as Composition – Document Size
    12:41 – Working with Changes & Updates
    16:50 – Replace with Layered Composition
    17:26 – Edit Original Command
    17:55 – Wrap-Up

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