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Support for World Travel Maps

Popular questions for this item

My video is rendering really slow or is crashing my Adobe Media Encoder when I’m trying to render the animation. How do I fix this?

This template is using a number of very high res maps, which can use up a lot of memory and thus slow down / crash After Effects. Here’s a couple of quick tips to ensure your animations render quickly and without errors:

Tip 1. Make sure to clear your cache before sending your animation to render. This will free up any memory held up by assets that are not being used. Tip 2. Use After Effects built in rendering engine instead of Adobe Media Encorder. This will avoid any crashes and can improve render times up to 300% when compared with Adobe Media Encoder.

What is “Switch to High-Res Maps @“ parameter on Camera Controls layer and what does it do?

Maps in this template work quite similar to Google Maps. There’s one world map and then another (high res map) for each continent of the world. The template switches between these map when the camera gets close too close to a certain area and world Map would start getting pixelated.

This parameter defines at what percentage of camera zoom, the maps make this switch.

This parameter becomes relevant if you want to create a zoom effect from 0% to say 60%. In that case maps swapping at 55% (default value) can create an obvious jump. In that case it is advisable to set this value to about half of the final value. So if you want to zoom in 60%, then try setting this value to around 30%.

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