How to encrypt a file with RSA and AES-256 that anyone with RSA key can decrypt them?.
Another name for hybrid crypto is envelope encryption. If you have a file you want to encrypt, you choose a random value to use as an AES key, encrypt the file using AES and that key, then encrypt the AES key using the RSA public key of each user to whom you want to grant access to the encrypted file.
Note that this is pretty much what GPG does if you encrypt a file to a list of public keys. The algorithms might not be AES and RSA, but they will be a symmetric encryption algorithm to actually encrypt the file, then an asymmetric encryption algorithm to encrypt the symmetric key to each public key.
It sounds like you're looking for a hybrid crypto solution. Some libraries provide APIs for this, e.g. libsodium. Others, you have to build it yourself with the RSA and AES primitives provided, e.g. OpenSSL.
Without more information from you on your environment (e.g. programming language) it's really hard to provide any specific help.