dropFrame

When true, indicates that the composition uses drop-frame timecode. When false, indicates non-drop-frame timecode. This corresponds to the setting in the Co

saveSetting()

Saves a default value for a scripting preferences item.sectionName A string containing the name of a settings section keyName A string containing the key na

forceAlphabetical

When true, has the same effect as setting the Force alphabetical order option in the File > Import > File dialog box.Boolean; read/write.

motionBlurAdaptiveSampleLimit

The maximum number of motion blur samples of 2D layer motion. This corresponds to the Adaptive Sample Limit setting in the Advanced tab of the Composition S

Settings object

DescriptionThe Settings object provides an easy way to manage settings for scripts. The settings are saved in the After Effects preferences file and are per

footageTimecodeDisplayStartType

The Footage Start Time setting in the Project Settings dialog box, which is enabled when Timecode is selected as the time display style.A FootageTimecodeDis

motionBlurSamplesPerFrame

The minimum number of motion blur samples per frame for Classic 3D layers, shape layers, and certain effects. This corresponds to the Samples Per Frame sett

fillColor

The text layerメs fill color, as an array of [r, g, b] floating-point values. For example, in an 8-bpc project, a red value of 255 would be 1.0, and in a 32-

feetFramesFilmType

The Use Feet + Frames menu setting in the Project Settings dialog box.Use this attribute instead of the old timecodeFilmType attribute.A FeetFramesFilmType

shutterAngle

The shutter angle setting for the composition. This corresponds to the Shutter Angle setting in the Advanced tab of the Composition Settings dialog box.Inte