Working With A Unified Color Palette In After Effects Using Ray Dynamic Color

Have you ever wanted a way to control your color in Ae? Have all those paints and stains been giving you headaches, or is it that they just don’t look good together. No matter what the case may be- with this new feature from Affinity Designer 17th release there will no longer be any need for confusion when trying make sure colors match on different layers of designs!

The new Ray dynamic color palette in After Effects is a game changer! You can now share your main colors with others and make sure they match what you’re working on, without having to constantly switch back-and forth.

You can swap, alter or change colors throughout your project with ease. That’s the beauty of Ray Dynamic Color!

Ray Dynamic Color assigns numbers to the elements in your scene within one click

You can import .ase color pallete files that are generated from any application such as Adobe Illustrator, or even Kuler.

Imagine if all elements that share the same color reference from one main source. It would give us many options to manage our colors, for example with Ray Dynamic Color you can assign numbers and then use any of their corresponding shades as needed!