Have you ever run into that issue when you import very large images (I'm talking like 10,000 by 10,000 pixels large), and you get image buffer errors, or it takes like a whole minute to draw a frame? Or perhaps you are using the CC Repetile or Motiontile effects to mirror the edges of an already large image so that you can move the 3d camera around, and still have a background for your image, only to find you are still getting huge frame renders and error messages? Well fret no longer my friends... I have a nice little, albeit very "derr... why didn't I think of that" tip for you all to create some seamless backgrounds without having to worry about frame buffers and that other annoying crap that After Effects likes to throw your way.

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