Learn how to work with the CINEMA 4D renderer. Converting to editable text
- [Narrator] In this movie I'm going to show you how to…convert the text to our 3D layer,…change it's anchor point as well as animating it.…Alright I'm going to click once again on the tab key…and in this case you can see that we have two options…so we can either go to the circle animated composition…that we've created previously or back to the five logo…which I'm going to select in this case…because this is what I want to edit.…Now I'm going to select the text layer over here…and first I'm going to convert it to a 3D layer…by clicking on this queue.…
Now the next thing which is very important is to click…over here where it says renderer cinema 4D.…And this will allow you to extrude text and shapes…and it will help you to create faster 3D animations…from scratch, well almost from scratch.…Obviously you will need at least one text or shape layer…in order to create it.…You can control the quality settings of this renderer…by clicking on the word options over here…and you have one slider which I'm going to leave at…
- Animating a layered Photoshop file
- Create an animated background
- Animating using effects
- Extruding and texturing 3D typography
- Creating an ending transition
- Faking motion blur
- Rendering a master file and a delivery file
Skill Level Beginner
After Effects CC 2018: VFX Essential Trainingwith Alan Demafiles4h 20m Intermediate
1. Animate a Photoshop File
2. Creating 3D Typography
3. Compositing Techniques
4. Outputting the Result
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