Creative Cloud libraries are a great feature of the CC environment. What if we could save AE pre-comps as assets to be re-used in different AE projects?
If I create a simple animation using AE shape layers, I might want to use the same animation later. I could render it, but that would be a destructive way to save the element.
Can Adobe implement some sort of pre-comp asset file into the CC library ecosystem? If I create a simple shape layer animation and would like to save it as a pre-comp file outside of the original AE project, it would enable me to build a library of custom motion graphic elements that retain their procedural nature; this would allow me to adjust the same motion graphic element to match an entirely new project without having to recreate it from scratch.
Harshaan Singh commented
Alternatively: what if we could save AEP / AET files into CC Library? It would have the same effect. I think we can do this with bridge, but it does not show thumbnail previews.
Enabling users to build their own (motion graphic) asset libraries from scratch would be a huge plus for cc.