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Old 04-24-2013, 04:04 AM   #1
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Double pane view.

Is it possible to display two different comps side by side when using the 2 view horizontal mode? I need to animate a comp based on the animation of another. Being able to view them side by side would be really helpful. Thanks.
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Yes, possible.
In the Composition View click on the field Composition:xxxxxx, this opens a drop down menu, pick 'New Comp Viewer' and choose the composition you want to view. If you click on the small lock you can restrict the comp view to a single composition.
 
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