Recombining render passes for project two


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Recombining render passes for project two

We're now ready to move project 2 into After Effects, so the first thing we'll do is bring in the spaceship render from Maya. Now before I do that I want to check a few things and make sure the footage is interpreted correctly. First thing I'll do is go to Edit > Preferences > Imports and make sure the Sequence Footage is set 24 frames per second that the speed that the original live-action was shot at, so we want to match that. I also want to check the Project Settings and make sure I'm set to frames, it's a easier way to work with image sequences. All right! Let's bring the footage in, File > Import > File and have a spaceship render saved out in the Renders folder under Shot2Ship.

I want to just pick the first frame of the image sequence, make sure that Photoshop Sequence is checked--which it is--and Open that. Now just like project 1, because a render passes are stuffed into layered PSDs, what I can do is choose individual layers and bring them in one at a ti...

Recombining render passes for project two
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Recombining render passes for project two provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Lee Lanier as part of the Maya Rendering for After Effects Composites

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3D + Animation Video
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After Effects Maya
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