So I've been using After Effects for a while to make my videos and in some of my videos, I use a circular logo on top of an audio spectrum on top of a background.
And when I place the logo onto the Audio Spectrum it usually looks nice however this time it doesn't. Here are a few pictures.
Of course, if I increase the size of the white spectrum layer, the distance between the image and the spectrum layer will increase, leaving a big unnecessary white space. If I increase the logo size, I'll get a big white square over the spectrum layers.
What can I do to get the white square gone so it would leave the spiral logo?
It's a gif file.
One problem is that the actual spiral background isn't transparent but I'm sure I made it so but if anything comes to mind, please let me know!
Not sure what you are asking. Basic masking. Perhaps you should make it a point to actually read the help rather than churn out one audio visualizer after the otehr with simplistic and unsophisticated procedures?
Hi Murmile Pie,
Glad you found the correct answer. Would you mind sharing it with the rest of the community?