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Arnold Standin as moving object

Hi, I used painteffect to produce some moving grass, I converted them into polygon. I exported it out as Arnold Standin ass. file. However, when I import it back, the object isn't moving. So, I tried to export it with the option of sequence. However, it just give me all the sequence as individual ass file. The grass is still not moving as ass. file. So, I wonder what can I do?

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Stephen Blair answered ·

You posted this in the generic Help category, so I can only guess what app you use.

You need to export a sequence of ass files. One per frame.

Then load that sequence of ass files. In MtoA, for example, you can put the expression =frame into the Frame box.

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