Sometimes, when I import a .vpe in Ae, it's not positionned correctly : it's upside down or sometimes even worse, and it's very difficult to have the whole thing right.
I've read that it comes from the grid created in Photohsop: if you don't start by a vertical grid, then hte problem appears, but it happens like ranodmly for me.ng else (
Something else (but that may be rleated, I do'nt know): when my grids are done, some of the plans are correct, and some others, or some parts of the others are fuzzy/distorted and I can't really figure out why.
I'm quite new to the .vpe universe, and it's not really easy to find clear tutorials about the process, tips and ticks etc.
So if you have links/ressoucrs I'll be happy to read/watch anything related to it.
If it flips, the solution is invalid. If planes do not align, the solution is invalid. Need I go on? In short: You are expecting too much from this simplistic tool. It just can't deal with these things and your overlapping, blurry grids are a clear indication of that.
Thanks Visheh for the link, I will cehck it out.
Mylenium: I don't get all of your message, that says that if there's an error that's because the tool can't do it. I've seen lots of examples done with the phothoshop>vanishing point>after effects process that really look perfect and way more complicated than the ones I did for tests (in which some are okay regarding the blurry grids, or the planes alignment and some are not). So I guess there's a trick somewhere that I'm missing, I can't just blame the tool, because some people use it and get good results.
EDIT: Visheh, the tutorial is good somehow incomplete (as ever). Check this one too that can help also (wish this guy did a lot more, I like his way of teaching)
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