Join Rob Garrott for an in-depth discussion in this video 030 Using constraint tags to control the camera, part of Design in Motion.
Hi! Rob Garrott here and welcome to Design in Motion, the weekly series where we…explore important fundamentals in the world of motion graphics.…In the 3D world, a constraint allows you to create relationships between objects…that aren't in the same hierarchy.…This gives you incredibly powerful tools for controlling the camera in CINEMA 4D. Let's take a look.…In CINEMA 4D the idea of a constraint is expressed through a tag and that tag…can be applied to objects and that tag will allow you to link the position,…scale, rotation or the direction of an object to another object.…
There's lots of different ways you can create constraints.…So I'm going to right click on the Cone and in the Character Tags, I'll add a Constraint.…It looks like a little pushpin.…Now nothing happened initially.…That's because I've to turn on the Constraint tag, and the one I'm going to turn…on is the PSR and that stands for Position, Scale, and Rotation.…There are many different types of constraints I can create, but we're going to…
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