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because of the way after effects treats adjustment layers, its easy to add too many of them to a comp. if you find that the comp is getting sluggish, then you could consider making some adjustments to the settings of the adjustment layers. in my case, i had a single adjustment layer that had a default set of values, and as i applied more and more effects to the layer the comp got slower and slower. i never noticed this until i started using a script to speed up the comp.

so, first things first. if youre using a plug-in to add effects to layers, then you should probably look into autosave. if you dont want to automate the process, then you can set it manually. if youve never done this, then autosave is the best way to do it. if youre using the scripts to automate your workflow, then you probably dont want to save files manually. and if youre just dragging and dropping frames or layers, then you can leave the settings set to default. its a good idea to click save when youre done, so you wont lose anything you might have changed.

ive written 2 scripts that automate the process of turning off effects on layers. this is similar to the script i used in the first part of this series to reduce the amount of time it takes to render. using the scripts makes it really easy to remove all of the effects from all of the layers at once. theyre also perfect for cleaning up frames that arent used in a comp, so you dont have to worry about accidentally deleting footage.

the logc format is a native file format in after effects and its an hdr format, so its the perfect format for editing footage in after effects, or pre-rendering to another format. the reason it works so well as an hdr format is because the log channel contains the following information about the video:

  • the colour space of the video, including its gamut and bit depth
  • the luminance or brightness of the video, in percentages
  • the red, green and blue colour components of the video