Adding video elements to a CINEMA 4D scene


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Adding video elements to a CINEMA 4D scene

So here's I've got this scene from CINEMA 4D, and I've extracted cameras and lights, and also these two layers in the form of, well, nulls, but they're basically solid layers. And, the geometry of those layers has been brought in from CINEMA 4D and you can see that I've edited the cameras. So that the camera moves match the moves that were used to shoot this footage. Now what I want to do is replace those with video layers. And I've got a couple of video layers in here.

Down here somewhere. No I don't. So I'm going to bring them in. So here are a couple of video layers, so I'll bring in one and bring in another. I'm going to turn off the audio for now. We don't really need the audio. Now the other step I'm going to take is trim these video layers in Cinema 4D. I started the video at frame 35 and I want to do the same with these videos here. Because I want the timing to be exactly right. So, I'm going to trim those, so Alt > left bracket trims them,...

Adding video elements to a CINEMA 4D scene
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Adding video elements to a CINEMA 4D scene 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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