Importing Illustrator text into CINEMA 4D Lite


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Importing Illustrator text into CINEMA 4D Lite

In After Effects if we want to import something into a project we generally use the term import. In Cinema 4D we generally use the term merge. And if you want to import an object You use the objects manager, over here. Now we're in a untitled Cinema 4D file, or a new Cinema 4D file, so, when you're in Cinema 4D Lite, just go to File > New, Cinema 4D, and you will create a new file.

Once your in there if you go to the object manager and go to File Merge Objects, this is how we bring a file in. Now most people think they will go to main file menu and import things here. You'll get stuck if you do that because you can't do it, it's in here File Merge Objects. So just remember when you're importing things that comes into the objects manager because essentially. You're importing an object. So merge objects and then I'm going to go into the footage folder within the project files folder and select gear text.ai and its never straight or eight document and when I do it will as...

Importing Illustrator text into CINEMA 4D Lite
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Importing Illustrator text into CINEMA 4D Lite 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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