Compositing a dynamic 3D background


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Compositing a dynamic 3D background

The Stadium Pass is going to be broken up into two parts: the full stadium and then just the base that the phone rises out of. What this gives us the ability to do is control the intensity of effects that are going to be based on the platform that the phone rises out of. Now, the first step in this process is going to be isolating the stadium, and so let's go into the Video folder and go into the Stadium Pass subfolder and grab this composition, and we're going to move it into the Pre-COMP's folder. Before I do that, I want to duplicate it so I have myself a copy to go back to. So I hit Command+D or Ctrl+D on the keyboard, and let's drag this down now into the Pre-COMP's folder.

And in the Pre-COMP's folder, I'm going to name this Stadium Pass Pre. Now the Stadium Pass Pre, if I open that up, that has all of our stadium elements in it. Right now, the stadium element has these lights in it, and I don't want these lights to be visible right now. We're going...

Compositing a dynamic 3D background
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Compositing a dynamic 3D background 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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