Hello, thanks for the reply. I tried Camtasia but it has some codec issues in After Effects. I'll try Mylenium.
Do you mean you're trying to bring your video of your screencast into After Effects? Have you tried encoding the Camtasia footage into something else (with Adobe Media Encoder or a video editing program of some sort) before bringing it into AE?
Also, Mylenium is his name; he was signing his post, not suggesting other software. Although I'm sure a screencast OF Mylenium would be quite popular for some people.
Lol, I didn't notice. I even googled Mylenium.
I tried Media Encoder but I can't figure out the right settings. Everything looks screwed up in After Effects. Also tried another converter and got the same results. Camtasia footage isn't adobe friendly and other software are poor. Plus I recorded a lot with camtasia and wouldn't want to do it all over again.
I don't know what else I can do...