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Harness the power of the CINEMA 4D MoGraph module to create complex animations with only a couple of keyframes. By stacking multiple MoGraph effectors, you can achieve nice-looking animations quickly and easily, saving you time spent keyframing moves manually. Discover how to change your text on the fly or create iterations of it, while keeping the animation intact. Author EJ Hassenfratz introduces a real-world postproduction workflow, by creating a network bumper promo. This project covers creating 3D text in CINEMA 4D, compositing, and adding final polish to the footage inside of Adobe After Effects.
If you are a Premium member of the lynda.com online training library or if you are watching this tutorial on a DVD, you have access to the exercise files used throughout this title. You can download your exercise files from the Exercise Files tab on the course page. So I've downloaded my Exercise Files folder here. If I double-click it, you can see we have all of our chapters 1 through 5 laid out here, and in each chapter you have the correlating CINEMA 4D files, and in the case of chapter 5, we have all of our CINEMA 4D and After Effects files laid out in both CS5.5 and CS6 format.
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