About AE plug-in

Updated: 10/29/2020

This section describes the Cubism AE plug-in.

Live2D Cubism AE Plugin
Live2D Cubism 4 AE Plug-in R1 Features
Live2D Cubism 4 AE Plug-in R2 beta 1 Features

Precautions

Use of this plug-in with AMD graphics boards (Radeon, FirePro, etc.) is not recommended.
We have received some reports of problems in use, so please consider using an on-board or NVIDIA graphics board.

What is the Cubism AE plug-in?

This plug-in allows you to display Cubism models and handle motion directly on Adobe After Effects.
Cubism model files and motion files created on the timeline can be imported into After Effects.
Keyframes adjusted on the After Effects timeline can also be exported as Cubism motion data.

In addition, there is no need to use videos or sequentially numbered still images output from the Cubism Editor because motion editing of the model can be performed directly in AE.
This allows for smooth editing without having to go back to the Cubism Editor to make corrections.

No need to output a sequential still image number for each edit   Load model data and motion data as is

It is possible to apply effects to individual parts in separate layers, and to edit the model while moving it for lighting.

Cubism AE Plug-in Sample Projects

Download sample projects

Please use the sample models in accordance with the license stipulated for each model.
Before using the materials, you must agree to the “Free Material License Agreement” and the terms and conditions of use for each character.

Models used in the project:
Hiyori Momose (Sample Data Collection)

Download a sample project below to check it out.

Number Download URL Sample Data Supported Versions
1 Download Sample project 1

Plugin version:
Live2D Cubism 4 AE Plugin R3 or later

After Effects version at time of creation:
CC2019(v16.x.x)

Models used in the project:
Hiyori Momose (Sample Data Collection)

2 Download Sample project 2 Plugin version:
Live2D Cubism 4 AE Plugin R6 or later

 

After Effects version at time of creation: CC2019(v16.x.x)

Models used in the project:
Nijiiro Mao (Sample Data Collection)

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