2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 11, 2017 7:41 PM by ToolfarmJP

    after effects slide problem

    kerem Max


      I'm working internet course

      but I could not add different images to other layers in one course

      When I change one, it's always the same picture.

      I could understand.

      How To Create an Amazing Cinematic Photo Slideshow in After Effects Tutorial - YouTube

      the same image appears on all layers


      this course.


        • 1. Re: after effects slide problem
          Rick Gerard Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          There are no workflow details or screenshots showing the problems you are having so I have no idea what kind of user error there is in the procedure. I don't have time to watch the tutorial and try and guess what you are doing wrong but I think it has something to do with not having a good understanding of the basic UI, workflow and animation techniques used in After Effects. I did watch the first part of the tutorial and it seems to be a fair rather than an excellent tutorial on using AE. If you are new to AE and judging from the first minute or so of the tutorial you should probably spend an hour or two learning about the basics of the AE user interface and the techniques used to add and replace footage. You can start here: Basic AE


          If you are experienced and are just stuck then a screenshot of your comp with the modified properties of all layers involved and the Project Panel showing would help. Just press the U key twice.


          If you change one image and it changes them all you are probably working at the wrong level in a series of nested comps (sometimes called pre-comps). Check out the Flow Chart to see where the assets in the supplied template are actually located.

          • 2. Re: after effects slide problem
            ToolfarmJP Adobe Community Professional



            You try to select all the files you want from the top left menu and drag them into timeline. You confirm them on timeline and then you adjust the starting point and the ending point for play.