I bet there are 2 keyframes on this layer, one at :00 and one at :04. You have two options: move the existing 2nd keyframe to the end of the layer, or just delete it and enter a new value at the end of the layer.... which creates a new keyframe.
There aren't any keyframes for it on the timeline. I'm using the expression:
temp = effect("Fractal Noise")("Offset Turbulence");
I really don't know much about expressions, and I'm simply following a tutorial that I found here: After Effects Tutorial | QUICK TIP | Wind Streaks - YouTube
I've tried to duplicate or copy the portion of the layer that is working and then adding it on a different layer, but then the time in which the animation stops changes. I can't seem to figure out what factors are causing it to stop as there are no keyframes involved. I know it must be something to do with the expression, so if this information helps you understand my issue any better I would be thrilled if you could help me find a solution!
Is there a reason you have it set up that high? -10,000 is an awful lot to multiply time by! Try dropping that down to, like, 1,000
Yeah now that I have a better understanding of expressions I agree haha! I ended up just setting keyframes for the evolutions and it achieved what I wanted.
If you wanna see the end result you can check it out here
Thanks for you feedback!
That looks great!
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haha love it