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Start by checking your document color modes. AE only handles RGB documents, not CMYK.
Y'know, if this logo happens to be black you won't be able to see it over a black background. Have you checked for transparency?
Hey! I used RGB
What happens when you enable the transparency button for your comp window?
Hi Boldi S,
Did you ever solve this issue? What did you do to fix it? Let us know.
Im having the same problem at work too. I think maybe its a memory problem as my Mac is ancient at work. I opened .psd files with transparency then tried to open another one in the same project. Now any picture I try to open is showing up as black. Ill re-boot my tired old Mac pro and see what happens .I hope this is not some serious bug. ( AE CC 2017)
I don't know how but my AI document had changed to CMYK half way through creating my AE project.
I got the same problem this morning with with a client file. You need to change the colour profile setting.
In Photoshop you go in the menu Edit/Convert to profile...
and then you select under destination space menu : Working RGB - sRGB IEC61966-2.1
Then save your file with another name and reimport it in After Effects - Composition Retain layer size - Merge layers style into footage or if you need to edit select the other option.
Let me know if it works out. For me it works fine and now animating the file.