Returning to CINEMA 4D for quick revisions


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Returning to CINEMA 4D for quick revisions

So you're done, or are you? The client makes an 11th hour change, but no sweat. Since you set up your scene's animation with stacked effectors, making changes is going to be a breeze. So your client loves the animation, but they need another version that uses a different word and they also want the entire animation to be 20 frames longer. So we can jump back into our CINEMA 4D file. So, the client wants you to make a second version, but instead of NEXT, they want the word COMING UP. So the first thing we're going to do is disable our Delay effectors because if you can see, as I move around in the viewport, the Delay effectors are just affecting the viewport kind of weirdly, so we're just going to disable those.

Then we're going to scrub to where we have our word NEXT, and we're going to have to jump back into our cube grid here and make some more holes to replace with more Cube Text objects. So, I'm going to hide the cube text right now, so you can the holes in ...

Returning to CINEMA 4D for quick revisions
Video duration: 7m 25s 1h 39m Intermediate

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Returning to CINEMA 4D for quick revisions provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by EJ Hassenfratz as part of the Mograph Techniques: Animating with C4D Effectors

Subject:
Video
Software:
After Effects CINEMA 4D
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