This project solves a specific dilemma you can have with auto-animation controls. Effects such as Wave Warp can increment their motion by a given amount per frame. This works, as long as your composition does not exceed a certain duration. Once it goes beyond a certain value, the linear multiplication of the value will yield such a high result, that you reach a limit. Beyond that, you will not see any animation anymore and the effect gets stuck at its last valid result. For most parameters, this value is 30000, so if you offset your wave by 30 pixels per frame, after 1000 frames the animation stops, which is just a little more time than one minute. The workaround used here, is to use an alternate parameter and reset the values after a known number of frames, while retaining the illusion of continuous motion.