I am sure this is a basic one for those who know . . . . . . ?
When I move an object in the composition - instead of seeing the object move (a PSD file, Quicktime movie, solid . . . etc etc . . . ) I just get a wireframe until I release the mouse (at which stage it pops back to being an image).
I have not changed any settings and AE has just started doing this ?
Anyone have any ideas how to get it back to showing the object I am moving rather than a wireframe ?
Here's my settings . . . .
OpenGL - Interactive
Enable OpenGL - checked
Enable Adaptive Resolition with OpenGL - checked
Accelerate Effects Using OpenGL (when possible) - checked
Cheers for any help !
OK . . . . . forget it !!!
Problem solved, I had the little box at the top of the time line (wireframe box on solid box icon) unchecked !!!
Whoops, sorry, I am ashamed, will beat myself with a branch etc etc . . .
Those little boxes are icons are easy to change by accident. If your UI unexpectedly changes it's usually the first place to look. The other things that sometimes get fouled up are the display options in the Composition panel. You access them by clicking in the top right corner.