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CINEMA 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects demonstrates how to take a simple logo animation in CINEMA 4D and transform it into a compelling motion graphic with After Effects, incorporating two distinct visual styles. Starting with a prebuilt animation rendered from CINEMA 4D, author Rob Garrott employs industry-standard techniques, utilizing materials, lights, and the library of effects in After Effects, to enhance the project's look and feel. Exercise files accompany the course.
I'm Rob Garrott, and I'd like to welcome you to CINEMA 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects. In this course, we'll go in depth with the process of rendering 3D elements for CINEMA 4D and compositing those elements in After Effects to create spectacular finished motion graphics. We'll start identifying essential third-party plug-ins that will add exciting new workflow and design capabilities to these two powerful tools. Using an already prepared CINEMA 4D animation, we will see how to correctly set up object buffers for compositing control in After Effects. We'll see how easy it can be create animated video screens by attaching a video layer to 3D renders in After Effects.
We'll also use powerful third-party effects to enhance our render with glows and particles. I've been using After Effects for nearly 15 years and CINEMA 4D for 13 years, and I'm really excited to be able to show you the power of this amazing combination. Now, let's make some magic with CINEMA 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects.
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