Ae’s Layer Manager Gets Support for Drag and Drop

Tony Pinkevych’s Layer Manager Grows Into an Extension With a New UI & a New Engine

Looking for a better way to manage the many layers you have After Effects? You are not alone. In Rigging and animating a character or working a project that massive compositions, you quickly find out that layer management in Afer Effects is nonexistent. Layer management is the focus of Tony Pinkevych’s latest, Layer Manager 4 is an update to a layer management system, for After Effects.

New In Layer Manager 4

LayerManager 4 has graduated from a script to an Ae Extension and with it, a brand new user interface, a new underlying engine, and drag and drop functionality. Layer Manager 4 was designed to help you manage your layers on the timeline and viewport. The latest versions of the extension for after effects will be your newest BFF in a short time.

Work Faster and Better

The extension alleviates the need to jump back and forth finding layers in large compositions. If you ware working with character rigs, then Layer Manager can help you separate your character by relevant parts so that you can work on them independently from all the others.

Fast Layer Management

Pinkevych made sure that Layer Manager could handle the rigors of professional work. It can easily handle 1000 layers or more and can calculate Ae’s layers in seconds.

Pricing and Availability

Layer Manager 4 is a one-time $28 bucks. Once purchased all other updates will be free. That is is important to note because Pinkevych has a roadmap for the extension’s development that includes nested groups, hotkey support, hold click functionality to change many properties and more.

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