Merging CINEMA 4D files


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Merging CINEMA 4D files

There are times when it's necessary to merge more than one Cinema 4D file together. And that's what we're going to do here to create the text for our robots. I've taken an extra step of adding some video in here. And I'll show you how I did that later. But for now, what I want you to do is just watch this scene where I have my robots. And in the background, I have what inspired me to create these robots and that's one of (UNKNOWN) amazing music videos. And you can see that playing in the background just the robots are situated on the floor, created from video.

Now, we'll add lighting and all sorts of other things to this later, to really bring it to life. But for now, what I want to do is get the text in there and make sure it's in the right position before I start adding materials and things to it. You'll see down here in the timeline, here are my robots. What I'm going to do is select them and go to Edit > Edit Original. Cmd + E or Ctrl + E on Windows. And that...

Merging CINEMA 4D files
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Merging CINEMA 4D files 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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