Isolating elements with object buffers


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Isolating elements with object buffers

We had a look earlier, at how you can isolate individual elements from your render using layers. You can also use multi-pass to do that, using something called object buffers, that we set up earlier in this tutorial. Cineware reads object buffers and you can use those object buffers to create mattes, to isolate individual elements from the render. We're going to do that here, within chapter 12_04.aep, and in there if you select. Chapter 12.07 dot C4D and hit Cmd+D or Ctrl+D in Windows to open it up in Cinema 4D Lite and here you see my scene.

I'm just going to zoom in on this Perspective view for a second. I'm just going to show you the Render Settings quickly. In my Render Settings I have chosen an Atmosphere pass, a Diffuse pass, Shadow, Reflection, Specular and then I've created an object buffer. In channel one called OB Diffuse. And basically what I've added to that are all of the elements. All of the solid elements, if you like, in my scene. Except for the shadow catcher, beca...

Isolating elements with object buffers
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Isolating elements with object buffers 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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