Importing the project into AE and adjusting multipass composite settings


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Importing the project into AE and adjusting multipass composite settings

The integration with After Effects is one of the strengths of CINEMA 4D. You can quickly and easily import your 3D camera data, lights, and render passes to add the finishing touches to your animation inside of After Effects. So I have After Effects open here. I'm going to import our footage in our saved 3D data that we saved out as CINEMA 4D. I'm just going to go to File > Import > File and navigate to your AEC file that we saved. This is going to have all of our 3D information from CINEMA 4D. I'm going to click Open.

If I go to our Project window, if I twirl down this main pixel folder, you see that there is a comp in here and all of our render passes. Now, if I double-click on this comp, you can see that this has all of our cameras, lights, our 3D null that we had in external compositing tag added to in CINEMA 4D, all of our individual passes, reflection, ambient occlusion, shadow, specular, all of this stuff, and you can see that they also have all of their blending...

Importing the project into AE and adjusting multipass composite settings
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Importing the project into AE and adjusting multipass composite settings provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by EJ Hassenfratz as part of the Mograph Techniques: Animating with C4D Effectors

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Video
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After Effects CINEMA 4D
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