AE CS6 adjustment layer

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  01 January 2013
AE CS6 adjustment layer

Hi All,

I'm working with a adjustment layer in a comp.
the wierd thing is that the layer deforms the resolution of other layers but not all of them.
And actualy i dont want them to be changed at all.
HOw is this possible and how can i get this undone?
When i turn off the layer all is normal again but when it goes back on some of the layers below are changed.

PLease help

  01 January 2013
I've never seen that happen before. What effects do you have applied to the adj layer?
  01 January 2013
I figured out what is going wrong... but I dont know how can change it.

When I have a image sequence and move the whole position of the sequence up like 100 pixels.
and the next sequence is ok so I leave it at the base position.

Then I make an adjustment layer and put the preset effect called `vignette Lighting´ in the layer.
Then when Look at teh sequences, the one that was moved is now streched out. And the one on the bas position is still the same.
So it has to do with that effect. (The effect can be found at "preset>Image Creative>Vignette Lighting)
I probably has to do with the expression on that effect.

Thnx so far
  01 January 2013
After you perfrom the preset, it adds 3 affects, the last one is called Calculations. In there there's an option "Stretch Second Layer to Fit" if you uncheck that, does it do it?

If you uncheck it and you still get an error, turn the Calcuations effect off completely, and then just change the blending mode of your adjustment layer to Hard Light, or whatever you had set in the Calculations effect.
  02 February 2013
Thanks thats the problem!
When I turn it off it is gone.
Although I made a work around now atleast I know ow it works for the next time.

thnx alot!
  02 February 2013
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