Caleb Ward (06:02): Right inside this panel is the command you would need to use on this shape to convert it to a shape. And you can use that command right now. Click okay. And you can see that we have converted it to a shape. Now I know you guys have to pretty much love it to love it, I'm going to go ahead and undo that. Now if I still want to use this shape I'm going to, but instead, let's do something like a repeater. Let's go back to the drapes. And we can make a dumb link real quick. I'm going to go to the top here and I'm going to hit the little dial that allows me to zoom in and out. And what I'm going to do is I'm going to zoom in here and I'm going to ungroup.
Caleb Ward (06:22): Hopefully, this is one of your favorite free after effects scripts in the bundle and right click on the shape layer and you can see that we got repeater to shape. And the way this works is that whenever you apply this effect, this effect will be applied to your entire layer. So I could double tap it. So this is the command again. Click Okay. And this time, not only does it create this effect, but it also puts this effect on all the layers that are grouped with this one. And this is really cool to use in a way. Because this allows you to see how this effect looks on the entire shape layer without having to unwrap it first, and I think that you can tell, the way I've created this effect is very similar to the way that the mass transistion would work. So let's go back here. And I'll show you. So this is similar to the mass transistion. But I'll go ahead and use an additional effect to kind of give me a little more options. So I'm going to go back to my toolbar to effects and functions, and I'm going to look for that. Now you've got it there. Move, and here we have have an effect called repeat. And what that does is it takes the layer, and it creates a new layer. And it repeats that layer just like the mass script. And what you can see on his layer is a little bit more detail. d2c66b5586