Monday, 17 September 2012

IntelliFolders for After Effects



IntelliFolders

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Intellifolders creates folders intelligently for items in the render queue.
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Creates folders based on composition names / filenames.
-5 options for output location

1.Project location (Where .aep file is saved.)  
2.Last used location  (remembered between sessions.)  
3.New location (Set all outputs to new folder.)  
4.Current location(s)   
5.Memo location - save a location that you use regularly.

-Test your paths before you actually create them.  Paths will list without affecting the render Q,  
when happy just click "Execute"
-Option to append a custom string to the folders (eg. -version2)
-Option to create folders just for sequences or all items   (.mov, .avi etc.).
-Option to append today's date to the folders created.  (USA or EU format.)
-Option to make folder from filename rather than comp name.
-Option to use item and module numbering.
-Script checks for existing folders if you are creating one with the same name,
 it will skip the module and continue.
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Tidy Up for Adobe After Effects



Are you a messy motion graphics artist?




Sort the project panel into folders. Looks at the items in the project panel and tidies them up into new folders. Choose your own folder names. (remembered between sessions) Any old folders are dropped into ‘Old Folders’. It’s also a useful way of isolating missing footage or perhaps footage from stills and to reveal your missing items too. See how many items are in your folders by revealing the comment tab in the project panel.You can tidy only certain types if you wish, like if you want to put all vectors and missing footage into their own folders. Also included an 'Ignore selected option to exclude files and folders (with their contents) that are selected in the root of the project panel.