If you're working in a country that isn't mother tongue english, or if you're working in the world of After Effects project templates, then chances are that at sometime, you're going to need to write some expressions that work in all language versions of After Effects.

There's various ways round this. Lloyd Alvarez's excellent script, Expression Universalizer is available at aescripts.com/expressionuniversalizer/ and is a must for anyone working with universal expressions. This tutorial goes into some details about how to use that script, as well as some details about what to do if the script is not able to universalize some of your expressions.

I end up by showing you how you can write expressions directly into a universal expression language and show you a little expression preset that can help you to do this more quickly and efficiently.

Enjoy.

You can find Felt Tips' After Effects and Cinema 4D project templates at videohive.net/user/felt_tips

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