Extracting cameras from CINEMA 4D files


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Extracting cameras from CINEMA 4D files

But are times where you want to leave things open in CINEMA 4D so that you can then composite elements in After Effects later. And sometimes what I do here is I create little placeholder layers, or objects, that will then be replaced by layers in After Effects. And that's what we're going to do here. And you'll extract the cameras from the Cinema 4d file to match them up. If you want to follow along I'm in chapter 59.C4D. And I'm going to go into my Objects and I'm gong to select a plane.

Now the plane appears here if I go to my multiple view. And then we'll middle mouse click on the top view. You'll see I can see the plane. But it's obscured by these cameras. So if you're working in a Cinema 4D scene, and you want to temporarily switch off items. And stop them rendering in the previewer. You can click on these little buttons here. So you'll see each of these objects has two buttons. The top one we'll switch on and off preview rendering and the bottom one ...

Extracting cameras from CINEMA 4D files
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Extracting cameras from CINEMA 4D files 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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