Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Importing Vanishing Point Exchange files into After Effects, part of Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Working with 3D Objects.
- Now with Adobe After Effects open,…you simply need to import the Vanishing Point Exchange file,…but there's a very specific import method.…From the File menu, choose File > Import,…and scroll past File,…going down to Vanishing Point Exchange.…This will allow you to do a very specific import.…Now, navigate to your folder…and go to the .vpe file that you created earlier.…This contains all of the information…that After Effects needs.…
When I click Open, it'll bring it in,…and add a new Composition.…I suggest you select that Composition…and choose Edit > Duplicate so you're working with a copy.…Open that up and you'll see your 3D model.…Now, it put the building in there.…You might need to slightly move the Camera…to recompose the frame, but you do have a basic 3D model…comprised of the three planes that you drew.…Let's just move that Camera a little bit here.…
We'll use the Transform command…and tweak the Position of the Camera.…You see that it rotates the object.…Let's just move that up a little bit.…There we go.…
- 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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