Parenting the Ends of a 3D Object to Two Separate Nulls?

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Parenting the Ends of a 3D Object to Two Separate Nulls?

Postby rikkwolf on 02/24/2019, 11:49 am

Hey gang,

So, been using After Effects for about 6 years now and I'm dumbfounded that I've never run into having to tie an element between two different track points/nulls. I've searched for a few hours and perhaps I'm not wording it correctly but I can't find squat.

I have a chain generated using Element 3D and I have one end tied to an actor's fist but I need the opposite end to stick to another track point/null object. I've attempted all of my After Effects trickery and I can't seem to get anywhere. >-||

Sorry for the messy screengrab and thanks in advance for any help.

Cheers,
Rikk
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