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  06 June 2012
Layer on it's side

If I turn a 3D layer exactly on it's side pointing towards the camera it is turning into a red line.
Does anyone know how to stop this from happening?

I am making a transition for text so that they rotate away in the x-axis (they are 3D layers).
Many thanks

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  06 June 2012
That's the layer's bounding box representation. It won't render.

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  06 June 2012
Ah, ok.
Thanks.
I thought everything within the frame would be as rendered and bounding box lines are only visible outside. It's there with a RAM preview, but I haven't exported the movie yet.

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