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  1. For my work, I used Adobe Illustrator to draw artworks and import to After Effects to animate. Now I make a switch to Affinity Designer, but I have having troubles preparing artworks for After Effects. If I am preparing vector artworks with layers for After Effect, which format is suggested from the Export menu in Affinity Designer?
  2. Hi, Natron on Github Now that Natron (the opensource competitor of Adobe After Effects and Nuke) seeks for developers and maintainers to continue this project it is a golden opportunity for Serif to get their own "After Effects/Nuke" application in hands. This is a mature super sophisticated application absolutely not in beta phase. What do you say Serif? Regards, David
  3. Hi, Natron on Github Now that Natron (the opensource competitor of Adobe After Effects and Nuke) seeks for developers and maintainers to continue this project it is a golden opportunity for Serif to get their own "After Effects/Nuke" application in hands. This is a mature super sophisticated application absolutely not in beta phase. What do you say Serif? Regards, David
  4. Please, make it happen! A lot of us needs an animation alternative for Flash/Animate/After Effects, fully compatible with other Affinity programs. If not, maybe adding the animation inside affinity designer (a timeline) as Photoshop have to make animated GIF? Thank you, love you guys!
  5. Hello forum and dear Affinity Team ;) Congratulations to your great software, I realy love it and it's the first time I didn't touched Photoshop and Illustrator since 1 month. And...I'm looking forward to never touch it again :P So here's my question: Is there any chance that I can leave After Effects untouched in the near future? Your software is very great, fast and reliable. Would be so great to put all this experience in a replacement for After Effects written by Serif. Thank you Pete
  6. Hello! I designed a little scene in AD, and put everything on its own layer(as you would in AI when importing to AE): Each element is separated out, for example: To my knowledge, the current way to get separated layers into AE, is to use .PDF, which seems to work perfectly(also note that with "Karma" selected in AE, it highlights exactly what I want): However, which I convert the layer into Shape Layers using "Create Shape Layers from Vector Layer," the "Karma" text completely goes away and it adds vectors from I don't know where along with a grey background: Karma is no where to be found in the Shape Layers groups and it added layers from somewhere else. It appears that "Facts & Trivia" and those 5 images get put on every layer that I break apart. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong here?
  7. hello dear guys... just a short one... is there probably planned to release more software one day? I'd SO looking forward to get kind a "after effects" pendant.... I know you'd rock that part too
  8. Hi Guys, I wanted to learn motion graphics but I honestly can't afford to buy both After Effects and Illustrator. After there any motion graphics designers who can share their workflow to me? How do you guys manage to use Affinity Designer and After Effects? Cheers.
  9. Hi! I couldn't find anything directly related to my question, so I figured I'd try to ask independently. I'm not new to AD (I LOVE IT, by the way), but I am new to AE, and I currently don't see any worthy equivalent to it (hoping you guys make it happen!)... So, as I'm getting more into Motion Graphics, my question is, how do I successfully export my AD work in to AE?? I saw it done on YouTube, but the guy was doing a time lapse vid, and didn't at all show how he seemingly seamlessly imported his vector work into AE. And I don't see ANYWHERE how to do this. I know there's got to be a way. Can anyone please help!? Thank you so much in advance.
  10. As it's not possible to export as an AI file to import in After Effects, it would be nice to have an Third party Affinity import format in After Effects so, I know that solution is quite possible.
  11. Hi there, Do you have any future plans to develop software to animate motion graphics? Put bluntly, an alternative to Adobe After Effects? It really would be the complete package for me, meaning I could unceremoniously dump Adobe for good. The next natural step would lead onto a replacement for Premiere but I don't want to overload you just yet, as I know you're throwing a lot of energy at getting Publisher out there. I love what you guys are doing, I only discovered you last week! At last an alternative to Adobe. Keep it coming!
  12. Hello everybody this is my new video on my youtube channel on How to Create a Cartoon Animation Using Affinity Designer and After Effects I Hope you like it :) . . . . . other videos --------------------- 10 Logos Design In 4 Minutes Using Affinity Designer --------------------- Dodge Charger Vector Illustration - Affinity Designer --------------------- Desk Lamp Vector Illustration - Affinity Designer --------------------- Web design using affinity designer | "TutsUp" website (speed art) ...etc
  13. Hi all, you've done a great job with the option to export to PSD format from Affinity Photo. Great for After effects animators!!! Will this similar feature (export to .AI) be possible in the following versions of Affinity Designer? Because After effects only see layers from .ai format. Or maybe make a script/plugin for after effects, so that he can import native .afdesign file with layers. Cheers!
  14. Hello, I'm new here, have been waiting for the beta to come on Windows and pretty happy you guys did it ! In my job as a motion designer i use a lot of Ps and Ai before animating stuff, and I was testing compatibility between softwares to see if I could make the move to Affinity Designer . So far I have only one problem:loosing my layers when exporting as .eps. Is there a way to fix that ? I usually really need to keep my images split in multiple layer before animating, and that's something a .ai file enables me to do. Thanks !
  15. I know there are a lot other construction sites you are working on. But maybe you're thinking about, what could we do in future... So this is just an Idea: "Affinity Cutter" the answer in digital movie cutting. The "Premiere Killer". :wub:
  16. Hi there, just wanted to know if a affinity video software is planned? (comparable to adobe premiere)? Thanks Axel
  17. I have a fairly complex (400+layers) graphic I need to animate. I've looked at After Effects, but while it is a stunningly capable app, it's very much overkill for my needs, and the learning curve is probably a month (along with the headaches). I also looked at Principle and Flinto. Here you need Sketch as a bridge. Principle and Flinto are basically for animating transitions within mobile apps, or web applications. They work by artboards, where one artboard represents a frame. The problem is that they rasterise your content. I hate seeing pixels now that I'm used to vector level definition! There is also good old Flash Professional to consider. Finally, I could simply animate a .svg with javascript. But I was kind of looking for a GUI app to make essentially doing the same thing easier. My question: I'm looking for the easiest, most intuitive way to animate a layered vector graphic while retaining these elements as vector shapes, not rasters. Does anyone have experience? Please share your thoughts. Thanks.
  18. The one feature that would completely move me from AI would be the ability to copy a set of curves and past them as masks in After Effects. This feature works great in AI but I hate having to load it up to just make an advance mask for AE. Please! :D
  19. Hi there , First of all, Congratulations for this excellent soft (Affinity Designer)!! it's very useful, very easy & beautifull UI. i'm teaching many different softwares for students and i'm seriously considering teaching new software ( although some agencies are not all yet ready ...) i'm working for years in the industry of graphic design and was always looking for something like that (A.Deisgner) but Now ... when i see all the potential of these softs, i am wondering if you're going to do something for video editing/animation like After effects ? this would logically be a good issue for you. i know it's going to be hard but i know for sure that you can truly go further than After effects. Once more congrat , but wht next now ? Jacques Louradour
  20. HitFilm 3 Express is currently available for free over on this site: https://hitfilm.com/express While HitFilm is generally a vehicle for filmmakers, it has compositing features that make it ideal for generating motion graphics. A few things to remember: ~ HitFilm does not accept the import of vectors. You'll have to export all vectors to .png files to use them as assets. ~ Hitfilm's mac version only works with OS X 10.8 or higher. ~ In HitFilm, you must create a composite shot in order to use keyframing and effects. Composite shots are similar to After effects' precompositions. HitFilm has two modes to create work in: the editing mode and the compositing mode. When your composite shots are complete, switch back to the editing mode and the composite shots are in the assets window ready to be dragged & dropped into the NLE. ~ Unlike HitFilm 3 Pro, Express only exports up to 1080p. Hope This Helps.
  21. Just did my first simple project. The art was intended for use in Adobe After Effects. I need to keep the art as vector art and the layers need to be kept intact when imported into AE. Photoshop does not work because the vector art is rasterized. EPS does not work because the separate layers are not recognized by AE. To my knowledge, only native AI files work for this in AE. Thanks.
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