Importing music and soundtracks


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Importing music and soundtracks

A very important aspect of any animation on motion graphics project is the centre whether it be music, or narration, or sound effects, these things can bring an animation to life. And it's important when your working in After Effects and Cinema 4D, that you work along side the music that's going to be used in your final piece. Now were in Chapter five, Start AEP. And I'm going to select the chapter 5 start C4D file in the timeline and we're going to hit Cmd+E or Ctrl E on Windows to go into Cinema 4D lite.

And here we have our little robot character. Now I've done some extra dance moves in here. Of course, you can come up with your own dance moves for your robot. And, what we want to do now is try and get this kind of matched up with music in some way. So the first thing we need to do is bring in some music. I'm just going to go to the start, and I've got Shift+F as a short cut for that. If you want to just return the playhead back to the start. And up here in the Object Man...

Importing music and soundtracks
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Importing music and soundtracks 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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