After Effects and 3ds Max MediaSync Bidirectional Link

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The MediaSync feature allows data from either After Effects or 3ds Max to be updated in the other program at any point in the process. (Currently only available to 3ds Max Subscription users).
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After Effects and 3ds Max MediaSync Bidirectional... 00:09:10
 
  • After Effects
 
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  • After Effects
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Quadro GPU Accelerated Plug-ins 00:04:44
 
  • After Effects
 
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