To be a top Motion Graphics artist, you really need to have both 2D and 3D in your arsenal.
The good news? Cineware makes it pretty darn easy to work Cinema 4D into your After Effects workflow. The bad news? It can’t do it all for you, and there are some flaky aspects of it that you need to know how to deal with.
This video will walk you through some common tasks like:
• Working with Multi-Layer EXR files
• Using utility passes like Object Buffers and Motion Vector passes
• Getting After Effects 3D layers to sync PERFECTLY with your 3D renders
• Adding motion blur with the RSMB Pro Vectors effect
Tons of info, lots to learn. Let’s dig in.
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