Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting the Vanishing Point Exchange files, part of Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Working with 3D Objects.
- Once the plains are created, you need to export…a Vanishing Point Exchange file.…This is going to create a 3D model essentially…and some information, including some plains…that will get reassembled inside of After Effects.…These are going to be PNG files.…Now normally, a PNG file would support transparency,…so you might be tempted to cut the object out…and already have transparent pixels inside of Photoshop.…Unfortunately, the export process…doesn't understand transparency,…so it's going to fill that with white.…
In this case, leaving the…high contrast blue background back there…will actually be easier to select and erase later…when we clean the plains up.…Now that we've got the three plains drawn,…let's export for After Effects.…In the upper left corner, there's a small dropdown menu…within the Filter dialog.…Click here and you'll find the ability to export…for After Effects.…Now, if it's grayed out, don't be surprised.…You might need to click to deselect…and then try again.…
If it's still not there, simply click OK…
- Working with 3D layers in Photoshop
- Using Vanishing Point Exchange
- Using 3D layers in After Effects
- Creating 3D content in Illustrator
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1. Using 3D Layers in Photoshop
2. Using Vanishing Point Exchange
3. Using 3D Layers in After Effects
4. Creating 3D Content in Illustrator
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