How to Match CINEMA 4D Lite and After Effects CC Projects


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Matching CINEMA 4D Lite and After Effects projects

Creating Cinema 4D files inside of After Effects is a great way to open up your workflow to a true 3D application. After Effects supports Cinema 4D files in two different ways. If you currently have a license of Cinema 4D, you can import your C4D projects directly into After Effects and render out of After Effects. If you're a new user of After Effects you have Cinema 4D as part of the build. And you can create Cinema 4D files from within After Effects. That's the work flow that we're going to explore today. If you look in the project panel you can select the Create Composition. I want you to make note of the project settings. Here where are project is set at 1280 by 720 square pixels. It's 10 seconds long at 24 frames a second. It's important to understand this because when we launch cinema 4D we're going to have to make some adjustments to make sure that the C4D project matches what we're doing inside of After Effects.

So to create your first C4D layer make sure you'...

Matching CINEMA 4D Lite and After Effects projects
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Matching CINEMA 4D Lite and After Effects projects provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CC Essential Training

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