Cyclops is an After Effects extension that makes showing off the null layers, motion paths, and layer bounding boxes behind your animation quick and easy.
Screen recording software can’t guarantee an accurate capture which may ruin the time you spent perfecting your animation curves. Manually taking screenshots and stitching them together is slow and prone to mistakes like missing a frame or capturing a frame twice.
Cyclops is the only way to create a pixel perfect capture of your animation while including those extra goodies.
$10.00 per license
Adjust the built-in slider to match how complex your composition is and create the perfect render every time.
Cyclops supports Windows and macOS.
Keep your projects clean with organized with an import process that provides options such as automatic alignment.
After Effects Extension
Cyclops supports After Effects CC 2018 and CC 2019.
Customize your Cyclops preferences like automatic layer selection, reminders, warnings, and more to fit your workflow.
What are you waiting for?
Download a copy of Cyclops are start showing off your process today!
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find a tutorial on how to use Cyclops?
There are no video tutorials for Cyclops because it is so easy to use. If you need help Cyclops comes with an extremely detailed instructions.
I bought the original Cyclops. Do I need to buy version 2?
You are eligible for a free upgrade. Please email me directly for a Gumroad coupon code.
Will Cyclops show the wireframes for layers inside a composition with Collapse Transformations?
No, because the Collapse Transformations switch does not reveal any extras for precomposed layers in your current composition.
I'm getting the error message "Unable to execute script at line 1. Syntax Error." What do I do?
Cyclops is an extension and must be launched through the After Effects menu using Window > Extensions > Cyclops 2. Cyclops will not work any other way.
I'm getting error messages. What do I do?
If you have Curva from Videohive installed try temporarily uninstalling it when using Cyclops.
After Effects struggles when Finder is showing hidden files. If you need to show hidden files you can usually try again or restart After Effects and Cyclops will work.