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Join Rob Garrott in CINEMA 4D: Designing a Promo as he demonstrates how to create a 15-second promotional video that looks and feels like a professional advertisement. Learn how to use a combination of CINEMA 4D, After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator to go from concept to script to screen, creating sketches, adding animation, and rendering the final promo. This course focuses on real-world techniques, culminating in a finished, usable product. Exercise files accompany the course.
If you are a Premium member of the lynda .com Online Training Library, or if you are watching this tutorial on a DVD-ROM, you have access to the Exercise Files used throughout this title. Now I've downloaded the Exercise Files to my desktop. Within that Exercise Files folders are each of the chapters arranged by folder. I'm going to Chapter 11 here. Within each of the chapters, you'll find project files that are referred to throughout the exercises. For the most part, these are After Effects projects or CINEMA 4D projects. But in some cases, there are additional files as well. For example, here in the water footage, we have files that were provided to us by istockphoto.com.
Now you're only licensed to use these for this training course and not for any other project. However, if you'd like to purchase these files for use in your own projects, you can go to istockphoto.com. iStockphoto is a fantastic resource for vector illustrations, video, and audio of all kinds. I have a lightbox here that shows each of the file names and we've got the boiling file, the wave file, the water bubbles rising up, the diver file, and the tiny bubbles.
Now there is an identifying number under each of these shots and you can use that in the search engine to pull up these files. If you are a monthly subscriber or annual subscriber to lynda.com, you don't have access to the Exercise Files, but you can follow along from scratch with your own assets.
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