Attaching a video layer to a 3D object


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Attaching a video layer to a 3D object

Our phone compositing process illustrates a really important concept inside of After Effects, and that's the idea that you can have a 2D element in After Effects that sticks to a 3D render from CINEMA 4D. And in this movie, we're going to be doing just that. We're going to take a piece of footage, and we're going to put it inside of pre-comp and stick it onto the front of our phone screen. So let's start off by importing a piece of video that we can use. First, I'll start off by just cleaning up this window here. I'm going to close up these folders, and actually, I'll reopen the Video folder. And in the Video folder, I'm going to select the High Res folder.

When I import this piece of footage now, it's going to go right into that High Res folder for me, so I don't have to organize it later. So I'll go to the File menu, do Import > File. I'm inside of the Exercise Files in the Video_Assets folder. And if I select this Lake Tahoe clip, an...

Attaching a video layer to a 3D object
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Attaching a video layer to a 3D object provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects

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