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I hope you enjoy watching CINEMA 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects. Now if you're looking for information on how to take your After Effects work to the next level, there's some really great places right here on lynda.com that you can find information. Ian Robinson's course on the Principles of Motion Graphics will give you a great overview on all kinds of information about the graphic design process for motion. It primarily uses After Effects and it's at the intermediate level, so if you haven't already been through the Essential Training series for CS5, that will be another great place to start.
Now if you're looking for more information and trying to take your CINEMA 4D work to the next level, you can check out my CINEMA 4D: Designing a Promo series right here on lynda.com. In that series I'll walk you through the entire process of creating a 15-second animated promo from start to finish, using both CINEMA 4D and After Effects. Now if you're looking to find more information about CINEMA 4D, you can go to the CINEMA 4D R12 Essential Training series and in that series I'll walk you through CINEMA 4D from top to bottom, covering quite a few topics that weren't covered in this course.
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