Importing existing animations into CINEMA 4D Lite


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Importing existing animations into CINEMA 4D Lite

There are times when you're using Cinema 4D where you want to import an animation or an object from another file. There are lots of people giving away free elements for Cinema 4D, my favorite being Beeple. If you do a search for Beeple, Mike Winkelmann, you'll find his website here, where he has lots of resources, and inspiration that you can use in your projects. But the great thing about Mike is that he gives away lots of his resources for other artists to use.

So I've actually taken a robot from his project, and I'm going to include that here and allow you to import it into the Cinema 4D file. Now before we do, I've extended the project. I've made it a lot longer, if we have a look here in our Attributes Manager, you'll see it's 300 frames long now. And I've made it 25 frames a second. Now, at the moment we only have 75 frames showing down here in the timeline. If you want to see all of the frames from the project, you can go to frame, frame project settings and i...

Importing existing animations into CINEMA 4D Lite
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Importing existing animations 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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