Is there a way to animate liquify

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Old 04 April 2002   #1
Is there a way to animate liquify

Is there a way to animate liquify.
I would love to use on some of moving artwork.
Does AE have a compatiable tool?
 
Old 04 April 2002   #2
screen shots? lol
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Old 04 April 2002   #3
even though i don't have an answer for you (yet), what i tried is to use the liquify tool within after effects by copying the liquify.8bf file from photoshop/plugins to after effects/plugins (ae also uses 8bf) but when i try to apply the effect, an error occurs.. OH WELL
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Old 04 April 2002   #4
Export your pic to Imagready using the jumpto menu,it also has liquify,then make an ani gif



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Old 04 April 2002   #5
Don´t use Photoshop, but Kai´s power tools. Is an old plug-in,
but does the same thing as the liquify filter and u can animate
the transformations
 
Old 04 April 2002   #6
MESH WARP in AE will do the trick.
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Old 05 May 2002   #7
Try Kai's Power Tools (Kai's Power Goo). It's the same tool as liquify in Photoshp 6 but you can animate there and save as .avi
 
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