Animate in CINEMA 4D Lite After Effects CC


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Animating in CINEMA 4D Lite

Now, of course, as an After Effects artist, I'm sure you'll want to go ahead and create some animations inside of Cinema 4D. Well, you're in luck, we're definitely going to do that in this video. So to get started, let's make sure we have the Animation.c4d project selected in the Project panel. Then press Cmd+E or Ctrl+E on Windows to Edit the original file. Let's start by looking at the Objects panel. We have a bars object and our h + logo. We'll animate both of these. To start, let's select the bar object.

Now, just like in After Effects, the anchor point of any Layer is very important, so I'd like these bars to actually swoop into the scene. So, I'm going to switch views, and middle mouse click over to my top view. Now, in my top view, what I want to do is change the anchor point of these curved lines. In order to do that, I need to Enable the Access Modification, by Clicking this tool on the left side of the interface. Once that's Enabled, I can Click ...

Animating in CINEMA 4D Lite
Video duration: 6m 51s 14h 52m Appropriate for all Updated Nov 03, 2014

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Animating in CINEMA 4D Lite provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CC Essential Training

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After Effects
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