Join Chris Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Alternate view in C4D, part of Creating Flying Logos with After Effects and CINEMA 4D Lite.
- Okay, before we go any further,…let's learn a little bit more…about manipulating the displays…inside CINEMA 4D Lite.…Inside this main viewer where we get…to see our 3D world, there are many…different options to choose…exactly what you are viewing.…What we're seeing here initially…is just the default camera view…of our particular scene.…When we start adding our own cameras,…they'll appear underneath the cameras menu…for this panel.…But quite often, just the cameras view…is not enough information.…Particularly if we want to arrange cameras…and lights in the scene,…you may need some alternate views.…
To get those, go to the panel menu item,…click on it, and now you have choices…to see the default camera view,…along with other views.…I'll switch to all views initially,…which shows our typical default camera…perspective view, top, right, and front.…If you don't want these divided equally,…the panel menu does allow all sorts…of alternative arrangements…to decide how these different views are split up.…This default four views arrangement…
- Preparing the logo in Adobe Illustrator
- Importing, extruding, and beveling the logo
- Simple texturing using material presets
- Key and fill lighting
- Keyframing a camera move
- Compositing in After Effects
- Rendering for video or the web
Skill Level Beginner
CINEMA 4D R16 Essential Trainingwith Ian Robinson9h 35m Beginner
1. Preparing the Files
2. Importing and Extruding the Logo
3. Lighting and Texturing the Logo
4. Animating and Rendering
5. Going Further
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