Step 1: Select the desired layers to replace. Step 2: Right click on one of them and select the ‘Batch replace layers’ option. Step 3: After Effects will ask you to import the new PSD file (as when you replace any other file).
How do you replace a file in After Effects?
Here’s an easy way to improve your After Effects workflow.
- Click on the layer that you want to replace.
- Option-Click (or Alt-Click) the new asset in your project files.
- Drag that new asset on top of the original layer in your After Effects sequence.
How do I change the image of a PSD file?
Just follow these short steps:
- Select the Smart Object layer in the Layers panel.
- Choose Layer→Smart Objects→Replace Contents.
- In the Place dialog box, locate your new file and click the Place button.
- Click OK if you’re presented with a dialog box, and the new contents pop into place, replacing the old contents.
In After Effects, go to File > Import > File or simply hit Command+I. 2. A dialogue window will appear where you can browse and find your PSD. Before you select OK, be sure to select Import As: Composition, as well as check the Photoshop Sequence box.
Can you edit Photoshop file in After Effects?
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This is already possible. In After Effects, you can convert a Photoshop text layer into an After Effects text layer: right-click on the layer in the Timeline panel, then choose Create > Convert to Editable Text.
How do you duplicate a composition in After Effects without changing original?
1 Correct answer. As Andrew said, select a comp in the Project Panel, not in the timeline, and press Ctrl/Cmnd + D. You’ll get a new comp with a number or copy added to the name. This comp is completely independent of the original one but it contains all of the same footage.
How do you replace layers in Photoshop?
To do this:
- Select File > Place Embedded.
- Select the new image you’d like to use.
- Position the new image layer directly above the layer of the image you would like to replace.
- Right click on the new image layer and click “Create Clipping Mask” (or Ctrl+Alt click)