Adding CINEMA 4D text to After Effects comps


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Adding CINEMA 4D text to After Effects comps

In this project, I've created this little 3D scene for motion graphics project. We're in Chapter 6 start if you want to follow along. And if I RAM preview that, you'll see I've created these cogs and a little bit of camera animation with a shake on, and some text coming in over time. Now, this is using ray-traced 3D and After Effects. One downside to that is it can be slow. I'm on a new generation MacBook Pro here, and it's running reasonably well. But on some machines, it may run very slowly.

You can speed it up by doing certain things if you use Fast Draft mode to preview. It uses OpenGL to load graphics quicker and give you a faster preview. Although you're not going to see it in best quality, you'll see it's non anti-aliased, the edges are not quite right. In order to see it a little bit more correctly, you're better to go to adaptive resolution or high resolution to see it really clearly. Now, you can mess around with the material options of the layers to try...

Adding CINEMA 4D text to After Effects comps
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Adding CINEMA 4D text to After Effects comps provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Angie Taylor as part of the CINEMA 4D Lite for After Effects: Getting Started

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