Ever wanted better color control in Ae? How about a way of creating a unified color pallet?
Ray Dynamic Color assigns numbers to the elements in your scene within one click
Recently, Sander van Dijk changed the way you work with color in After Effects. Ray Dynamic Color will allow you to share color references from one main color palette.
This means that you can easily swap, alter, change or modify colors throughout your project, instantly with a unified color palette. Ray Dynamic Color goes much further than that though.
You can import .ase color pallete files that can be generated from any application such as Adobe Illustrator, or even Kuler.
Imagine if all elements that share the same color reference from one main color source. This would give us many options to manage our colors. Ray Dynamic Color assigns numbers to the elements in your scene within one click. These numbers can then be represented by any color you like.
Ray Dynamic Color you can assign a number to the elements in your scene with one click, and the numbers can then be represented by any color.
Pricing and Availably
Ray Dynamic Color is being sold through rescripts + aeplugins for the price of $29.99. CYBER25W will give you a 25% DISCOUNT till midnight EST Monday Dec 1, 2014. How can you not?