Adding object buffers


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Adding object buffers

So (UNKNOWN) You can also add passes for object buffers and an object buffer is basically a matte that you can then use in After Effects to isolate objects within your 3D scene. So for example, if I wanted to change the color of one of the robots, in post-production, I could create object buffers for each of them, and isolate them. And that's what we're going to do here. I'm in Chapter12_02.c4d.

And if you want to follow along you can open that. So I'm going to select my main robot, and I'm going to go up to Tags > Cinema 4D Tags > Compositing. So anything to do with compositing is usually applied using a Compositing tag. So if you want to composite elements in After Effects, there are two tags that are important. Compositing tags and external compositing tags. We're going to, first of all, look at compositing tags. These are used to create Object buffers.

Now if I go into my Attributes and we click on the Tag, you'll notice there are several tabs here, one of them bei...

Adding object buffers
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Adding object buffers 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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