How to use time remap in After Effects

AE tutorial video shows how to use time remap in After Effects. We can apply time remap to layer, footage, and composition. In this tutorial video, we will convert layers into composition first, then we will enable time remapping, we can add keyframe to adjust the speed of animation. If we want to make composition play in loop, we can add expressive to make the animation loop. Steps are easy to follow for After Effects beginners. I hope this helps. More After Effects Tutorial are available here.

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How to use time remap in After Effects

We can follow below steps to use time remap in After Effects.

1. Open a project with animation setup in After Effects
2. Convert layers to new composition using Pre-Compose
3. Right Click on new composition
4. Go to Time , and choose Enable Time Remapping
5. Then, we can move, add or remove keyframes to adjust the time and speed of composition

In addition, we can add expression after enable time remapping. We can make composition loop using Expression. Steps are visually shown in above Ae tutorial video, watch above.

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