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In The Loop - A Killer Expression

CreativeCOW presents In The Loop - A Killer Expression -- Adobe After Effects Expressions Tutorial


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A detailed explanation and demonstration of the uses of the loop expression in After Effects. Examining the loopOut(), loopIn(), loopInDuration(), loopOutDuration() commands and their "ping pong", "cycle" and "continue" modes.



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Re: In The Loop - A Killer Expression
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