I am new to this forum and new to After Effects. Please forgive me for asking such a basic question, but for some reasons I can't find an answer anywhere in this forum (or on the online user manual).
How can I get to see the extended clip with thumbinal and opacity rubber band adjustment? (like in this image)
Basically, I would like to see a Video Track in AE like it would appear in Premiere Pro.
After sending my clip from Premiere Pro to AE, I can only see a solid color with no opacity control. (like in the image below)
I tried to click the little triangle next to the clip source name (like I would do in Premiere with to expand/contract the video track) but it only opens the layer list.
I am apologize if this is somehow covered by the AE manual, but I checked the entire timeline paragraph and I did't find any imformation related to this option. After two hours of trying clicking everywhere I gave up :-)
To be precise:
I need to work on a simple time remapping of a 2K 120fps r3d clip, and I would like to follow this tutorial, but without expanding the clip I cannot access keyframe menus on the clip, as well as I can't see the rubber band.
Thanks for your feedback.
Your first screenshot is from Premiere Pro. You will never get After Effects to look and function that way. These are two different programs for different purposes.
The thumbnail and opacity rubber band are not features in the After Effects Timeline panel.
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You can't. Different apps. Different GUI.
I apologize. I was looking into time remapping tutorials and few videos titled AE CS6 time remapping were actually showing a Premiere Pro interface, which got me confused.
No rubber band in AE, got it.
Thanks for the link