Shoulder?... Really? http://goo.gl/9lPnML
Just in case that you don’t know what is a handball:
The official FIFA rules for handball state:
“Handling the ball involves a deliberate act of a player making contact with the ball with his hand or arm. The referee must take the following into consideration: the movement of the hand towards the ball (not the ball towards the hand).”
Any way, for Chile just was bad luck… a lot of BAD, BAD LUCK because Brasil didn’t make a good match.
Brazil saved by a little of fortune, but doesn’t matter because Chile for 2 hours was way better than Brazil. VIVA CHILE MIERDA!!
I have a question to experts on illustrator, it’s possible change all layers just editing one layer in illustrator?. I mean the same way that works the Smart Object Layer in Photoshop, when you do double click over the Smart Object Layer and that layer opens for make changes and then you save and the changes are applied in the main layer.
If is possible will be very helpful to my personal project.
The match is over, Spain go home!! Grande CHILE!!
Today Chile vs Spain, hope Chile win and Spain go home
If I understand you correctly, you want to effectively make one layer a wipe on and the other layer the corresponding wipe off…. i.e. you’re making a cross wipe.
On the first layer, just animate the linear wipe as normal. On the second layer, you connect the linear wipe up to the first layer as follows.Transition Completion:L = thisComp.layer("First Layer"); 100-L.effect("Linear Wipe")("Transition Completion").value;Wipe Angle:L = thisComp.layer("First Layer"); 360-L.effect("Linear Wipe")("Wipe Angle").value;
The layers need to be in the same place and have the same transformation. Otherwise, you’d need to achieve it with the Linear Wipe effect on a matte layer instead.
Of course, you could use the above technique for your cross wipe too. Just link the Transition Completion directly to the first layer’s transition completion without the 100- part, and use an alpha mattte for one layer and an alpha inverted for the other.
But my favourite method to achieve this, actually doesn’t use expressions at all. It assumes that both layers that you want to cross wipe are the same size and only uses a single Linear Wipe effect.Drop both of the layers that you want to cross wipe into a comp and turn the visibility of one of them off. On the layer that remains visible, drop a Blend effect on from the Channel menu. Set the Blend With Layer parameter to be the layer whose visibility you turned off, and turn Blend With Original down to 0%. Now you should be seeing the invisible layer. Now add your Linear Wipe effect, set it to 50% and follow this with a CC Composite effect, setting Opacity to 0%, Composite Original to Behind and making sure that you uncheck RGB Only. Now when you animate the Linear Wipe transition, you get a cross-wipe of the two layers on a single layer.
Thank you very much felt_tips!!
Ok, let’s see. I have 2 layers with Linear Wipe effect applied, in first one I set the transition completion from 0 to 50, until here all ok, in the second layer I want that the linear wipe start from the 50 (where the first effect ends) of the first layer to 100 in the second layer.
Something like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FMCQKUF0Mg but with linear wipe.
Hi guys! I’m working in a project that use “linear wipe effect” and I can not figure out how to do that the linear wipe applied in the second layer start from the point where ends the first linear wipe used in the first layer. Is the same way that is applied in the pie chart with radial wipe but with linear wipe effect.