Composing 3D type


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Composing 3D type

So to start with our project, let's scrub with our current-time indicator in the timeline. And as you can see, we have definitely created 2D type that's moving in 3D space. To transition this type to actually have dimension and exist as 3D type in 3D space, we need to change our renderer. So look in the upper right-hand corner of your comp window and click on the classic 3D button. In the Advanced tab for the Comp Settings, click on the Classic 3D pulldown and choose Ray-traced 3D.

Now we switch the Renderer to Ray- traced 3D and I just want you to make note of these options if you click on the Options button. Ray-tracing is set to 3 and the Anti-Aliasing Filter is set to Box. Before we do a high-res output, we'll need to change this Ray-tracing setting to a much higher setting. And we may very well want to change the Anti-aliasing Filter up as well, but let's see after we create something. So click OK and click OK one more time and let's select our Wind layer.

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Composing 3D type
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Composing 3D type provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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