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Automatically converts the expressions in your projects so that they are compatible with After Effects running in any language. If you are an After Effects template author or create projects for international clients you've certainly ran into the situation where your expressions break on your client's machine. This is where ExpressionUniversalizer will come to the rescue! Just run it with one click on your projects before you post or send them and they will be guaranteed to work!
New in v2
ExpressionUniversalizer 2 has a completely new expression parsing engine. This means it will successfully universalize 99.9% of all expressions. No more exceptions or special cases. Just run it on your project and that's it!
**IMPORTANT** The only consideration is that you need to run the Universalizer in the same language as the expressions are written. If your expressions are written in German then you need to have After Effects running in German when you run the Universalizer. Once the project has been translated or "universalized" it will be able to be opened in any language and the person using your project or template will not need Universalizer on their machine.
Super easy to use! Just one click!
It's very easy to use, simply choose whether you want to process the current comp or all the comps in your project and click on the Universalize Expressions button. That's it. There is an option to create a log file in case you want a detailed record of what is being converted or if you run into any trouble.
There is also the option to add a "Universalized" tag in the comp comment field in the project panel. A common support issue for templates is from customers that don't run AE in the same language that the project was authored in. If you are a template author and are submitting your template to a marketplace like VideoHive then this allows the reviewers to quickly check and see that your expressions have been universalized and will make your template more attractive since it will require less customer support from them.
Upgrade notice: If you purchased ExpressionUniversalizer (when it was a "Name Your Own Price" item) in the last year you will get a discount equal to 100% of what you paid. If you purchased it before then you will get a discount equal to 50% of what you paid. Login to see the discounted price if you qualify.
|After Effects||CC, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4|
Current version: 2.07
- 2.07 Fixed issue with parenthesis in effect names - Mar 2014
- 2.06 - Optimized expression parser. Now over 100% faster! - Feb 2014
- 2.05 Fixed duplicate effect in expression bug, speed optimization - Jan 2014
- 2.04 Default log location is project folder, option to suppress comp comment warning - Jan 2014
- 2.03 Fixed undefined index bug - Jan 2014
- 2.02 Fixed deleted layer styles bug - Nov 2013
- 2.01 Fixed "null" bug, made log UTF-8 - Oct 21013
- 2.0 Completely new expression parsing engine. Works on 99.9% of projects with one click. - Oct 2013
- 1.52 Updated expression parser to allow parenthesis in custom effect name - Mar 2011
- 1.51 Fixed a significant bug that prevented the script from universalizing custom named effects when run in a non-english AE - Mar 2011
- 1.5 Added universalize comp comment option,added support for expressions that refer to index, ie: effect("Slider Control")(1) - Feb 2011
- 1.0 Initial Release Nov 2010