Cutting between CINEMA 4D cameras with CINEWARE


show more Cutting between CINEMA 4D cameras with CINEWARE 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 show less
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Cutting between CINEMA 4D cameras with CINEWARE

- Some people prefer to work in CINEMA 4D when they're setting up their cameras others prefer to work in After Effects it depends which system you're more comfortable with using. The great thing about the combination of CINEWARE and After Effects is you can do either and work really well either way. Now if you have a look here you'll see we've got two cameras in the CINEMA 4D file. I'm in Chapter05_5_R16.c4d and you'll see I've got this wide shot which is set at, at the moment and then I've got a closeup shot which is for the start frame.

You'll see that if we go back to the beginning here this is my closeup shot at the beginning and then what I want to do is switch to the wide shot later on. Now if we jump back to After Effects I've got a project in there, matching project Chapter05_5_R16 and in here you'll see that I've brought that CINEMA 4D file down to the timeline and we're defaulting to seeing that wider shot. Now, if we open up the Effect and double ...

Cutting between CINEMA 4D cameras with CINEWARE
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Cutting between CINEMA 4D cameras with CINEWARE 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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