Animating cameras with Stage objects


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Animating cameras with Stage objects

There are a few different schools of thought in terms of what's the best way to animate cameras or scenes in Cinema 4D. Many people prefer to render out every camera angle as a separate movie or image sequence and then use a compositing application like After Effects to animate between the scenes. Now of course you can animate between different camera shots, using After Effects and CINEWARE, and we've already taken a look at that, so that would be another option. A third option is to actually use stage objects, which allow you to animate between different camera views, different environments, foregrounds, and backgrounds in Cinema 4D, directly in the Cinema 4D timeline.

And that's the method that we're going to take a look at now. We're in chapter 5-8.c4d and if you want to follow along, you can open up that project. Now you'll see in here, I have my audio, my robot, and my cameras. And I've got three different cameras, so different views from all the three cameras. And what ...

Animating cameras with Stage objects
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Animating cameras with Stage objects 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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