Aescripts Text2Spreadsheet v1.8.002 (WIN, MAC): Export the text of the After Effects project into a spreadsheet. You can then add the spreadsheet you have modified to your Ae project again using one click. Ideal for translation tasks or client reviews, as well as other tasks related to processing text.
Text2Spreadsheet converts the text in Your After Effects project to a spreadsheet, where you can modify it using programs like Microsoft Excel, Google Docs, Apple Numbers, or Open Office. After you're done editing your text, you can apply the modifications in the After Effects project with a single click.
The spreadsheets are simple to read and can also accommodate different variations of your texts. It is ideal for translating your project into various languages or sending texts to your clients for review.
Some great features of Text2Spreadsheet:
import and export in one click
There's no need to change the name or label the layers you'd like exported to the spreadsheet.
The spreadsheets created only contain the text and no additional details. This makes them simple to read and edit and edit - but you also don't have to be concerned that your client or translator will mistakenly damage something within your work due to modifying the spreadsheet.
alter your project in AE and Excel spreadsheet simultaneously
While your translators work on spreadsheets, you're free to alter your work. Whatever you do, whether you change the names of your compositions or layers or change layers into other compositions, Text2Spreadsheet will know exactly which text in the spreadsheet is. If you decide to add more text, later on, it will be simple to incorporate it into existing spreadsheets.
handle multiple different versions that your content
The spreadsheet has one line of text for each row. To make a new version, you just need to add a new column to your spreadsheet.
full status information
When you apply the modifications in your work, you'll receive precise information on which text layers were altered and which compositions. If you're dealing with a large number of text layers, color-coding helps you find the ones that have changed and lets you quickly review the compositions of your project that have been affected by the changes.
various formats for files
Utilize the CSV file format for the best accessibility (compatible with Google Docs, Apple Numbers, Microsoft Excel, Open Office, and many more applications) and Excel XML format to benefit from color code (compatible in conjunction with Microsoft Excel and Open Office).
There are several options to remove the text layer by name or to limit processing to one specific folder in the project. You can also choose to prevent duplicates from the spreadsheet in the event that the text layers within your AE project are similar.
fully Unicode support as well as multi-line text
Spreadsheets are encoded with UTF-8 and therefore be compatible with any character. Texts with multiple lines are also supported without the need to include additional tags.
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