Setting up an object buffer list


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Setting up an object buffer list

The compositing process really boils down to control. How much control can I get over my image, so that I can affect any part of it without having to go back to my 3D application? Multi-pass rendering gives us that control, and fundamental to that process is something called an object buffer. And an object buffer is a matte for any individual object within your scene, and what it allows me to do is to control that object inside of After Effects, or any other compositing program that allows for the idea of track mattes. Setting up an object buffer in CINEMA 4D is a two-part process. In this movie, we're going to do part one, which is creating a list of these object buffers that we're going to need inside of After Effects.

And so when I generate that list, what I'm doing is I'm looking at the image and asking myself a very fundamental question: what do I want to be able to control inside of After Effects, so I don't have to come back to CINEMA 4D? And if I scrub to the ...

Setting up an object buffer list
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Setting up an object buffer list provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects

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