A compositing environment that makes it easy to create complex, seamless composites. In Supercomp, light and atmospheric effects interact with ALL of your layers and the elements of a scene in a far more natural way and with far less pre-composing than ever before.
Supercomp includes more than 15 gpu-accelerated context-aware tools for integrating all of your elements into your final shot.
- Add each element into a composition on their own separate layers.
- Adjust Blend Modes for the layers where necessary (ex. Screen, Lighten, etc.).
- Hide render-intensive layers to improve performance. Don't worry, Supercomp will bring it back.
- Pre-compose 3D Layers, as Supercomp does not (yet) fully support them.
- If they utilized any After Effects camera layers, you'll need to precomp those into their precomps as well (duplicating them if necessary).
- Create a Solid Layer.
- Apply Supercomp to that Solid. This will then launch the Supercomp Panel.
- Supercomp’s panel can be repositioned anywhere on screen so that you can continue seeing the final output in After Effects.
- Moving the playhead, applying effects to layers, or moving elements of the composition used in Supercomp will automatically be reflected in Supercomp’s panel as well.
Once the interface is launched, working with Supercomp is a three part process. Click the steps below to learn more about each step:
- Import Source Layers: Add and adjust the order of layers of your composition, positioning them from foreground (top) to background (bottom).
- Adjust Layer Types: Define each Layer Type (Normal, Additive, or Displacement) to adjust its output and prepare it for the assortment of Layer Effects applicable to its type.
- Apply Layer Effects: Using presets or starting from scratch, add layer effects to blend and integrate elements of the composition from one into the other, helping achieve the look of sharing one unified space.