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Chapter 15. Complex Projects > Using Null Objects

Using Null Objects

You can add invisible layers, called null objects, to a composition to create sophisticated animations that don't rely on the movement of visible layers. Because these layers aren't visible in previews or output, you can't apply effects to them. When selected, null objects appear in the Composition window as a framed outline. A null object's anchor point is positioned in its upper left corner (Figure 15.63). Otherwise, null objects behave like other layers.

Figure 15.63. When selected, null objects appear in the Composition window as a framed outline. A null object's anchor point is positioned in its upper left corner.



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