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Old 10-28-2012, 04:45 PM   #1
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David Jeka
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AE to LW

Hey everyone, Im trying to use the script from

to export my3d camera track to lightwave, but whenever I load the script word file, I get a syntax error right at line one. Am I not supposed to run the script file in AE? Or does anyone know a better way to go from AE to LW?

Thank you for any help in advance!
Old 11-03-2012, 10:00 AM   #2
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Just tested the script and it works fine with AFX CS 5.
What version of AFX do you use ?

Else what may happen if you got a syntax error is that you did not load correctly the script from the website.
Maybe you downloaded the html page it's embeded into.

Try again by ctrl + clic on the link you gave and choose "save target" or "download link", do NOT save page or even display it in your browser.

You must be sure it's a .jsx file and not a "fake" actually html or .txt formated that After Effects won't recognize.

Hope this helps.
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