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Kaleidoscopic is a background preset that automatically adds a Shape layer to an empty comp, adds some expressions that control the properties of a polystar. Thanks for your help BTW. Please type your message and kaleiad again. Are you talking about CC Kaleida? Go to original post. These are two entirely different animals.
Please enter a title. It only comes with the paid version due to licensing restrictions.
No CC Kaleida in the plugins folder, so I would have to find one for free or purchase. When you purchase After Effects all about 60 of the CC effects will appear.
I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. Thank you Rick, I just installed them and will check it out. So far my own attempts have failed abysmally.
CC Kaleida can be applied to any footage and it simulates a Kaleidoscope. Animating rotation would be a good place to start. Just read the entire thread and you’re about the missing CC Kaleida c.
You then animate the parameters. Your help is much appreciated. I need a plug and play This content has been marked as final. How do you use the kaleidoscopic effect? All you do is drop your footage into a new composition then select the footage layer and go to the CC Kaleida Effect and add it to the clip.
Correct Answers – 10 points. I got the free ialeida of version 5 and saw that in the effects list but no documentation on how to use it. It kind of looks like a plug-in but you can’t apply Kaleidoscopic to a footage layer.
You can not post a blank message. Each control gives you a different look. To make the look change over time you need to pick a parameter, click on the stopwatch to set a keyframe, then move down the timeline and change the parameter’s value.