After Effects Quick Tip: Preserve Underlying Transparency

After Effects 23/10/2019 < 1 min read

Stop using track mattes to apply textures to your layers, and start using the Preserve Underlying Transparency button/switch. Not sure what Preserve Underlying Transparency is? Watch this quick tip and learn how to use it, and how it can speed up your workflow.

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