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I'm using After Effects CC and I want to count numbers over 2,000,000. There are two effects I tried to use:

  1. "slider control" - the problem with this effect it has limit to 1,000,000 and I can't enter a higher value.
  2. "numbers" - it has the same problem, it is limited to 30,000 and I can't enter a higher value .

What can I do to count over 1,000,000?

Thank you.

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Maybe you should use a text layer with an expression to about 3,000,000.

Here's an example that count from 0 to 3,000,000 in 4 seconds:

startCount = 0;

endCount = 3000000;

countDur = 4;

Math.round(linear(time,0,countDur,startCount,endCount))
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According to a post on Creative Cow, you can use the angle control.

I needed a number in the hundreds of millions, so I enter that as an angle value, and I then had to add one line expression to my text layer's source text value:

effect("Angle Control")("Angle")/360
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you can use a point control instead of a slider which is not limited to 1,000,000 or you can use this Counter preset that does the same but faster: http://www.vdodna.com/products/counter-preset/

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Multiply the slider. For example if you want to get to 2 000 000, then multiply it by 2.

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I don't know if you still need this but I managed to solve this problem recently:

https://youtu.be/5WJmrYMifW8

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    Please add a brief description of the method to your answer, rather than just providing link. Link only answers are likely to be deleted. – Westside Jan 12 '17 at 8:40

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