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david van brink // Mon 2023.09.4 23:22 // {after effects}

OminoLuaNote[2]: Naming Controls

omino lua presents a grab-bag of controls that your script can use. Here they are:

Here’s a short script which shows omino lua‘s text drawing, and uses controls to set the font size, color, and location.

function render(ca, cv)
  ca:textPrint(sprintf('frame %d',cv.frame))

And a screen shot of it in action.

Only four of the controls do anything; the rest are unused. And the names color0 and float1 are not helpful either. So you can a second function to your script to help with this.

function updateControls(cn, cv)
  cn.float0 = 'text size'
  cn.float1 = 'text angle'
  cn.color0 = 'text color'
  cn.point0 = 'text location'

It starts by disabling and hiding all the controls, and then naming just the several we’d like to see. (They cannot be reordered.) And it looks like this:

Now the controls make sense! This is valuable for whoever is using that script, whether it’s yourself or another team member.

hanneesh // Wed 2024.01.3 19:577:57 pm

Is there a reason why the windows 64 version 2.1 omino diffusion has disappeared?

david van brink // Thu 2024.01.4 21:229:22 pm

Hi Hanneesh — on the downloads page off the link “older releases”


But I haven’t used it in a while, hopefully it still works!

Best //dvb

venny // Fri 2024.01.19 15:393:39 pm


I wanted to ask, if it might be possible, to update the “Omino” Plugin for Windows 64-bit for After Effects 2023 and 2024? Because, unfortunately, the Plug-in, does not work for those 2 Versions!

It would be great if you could maybe update the Plug-in.

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