Join Ian Robinson for an in-depth discussion in this video Software used in this course, part of Mograph Techniques: Dynamic Camera Movement.
I used primarily two applications to create this course, Adobe After Effects and Maxon Cinema 4D. Now the majority of the course you'll be able to complete if you have just After Effects and the version of Cinema 4D Lite that comes as a part of Adobe After Effects CC, which is of course a part of Adobe Creative Cloud. If you don't have it, you might want to check out Creative Cloud and download it. Now, if you don't have a full version of Cinema 4D, you can go to the maxon website.
If you just go to the products section, go down to the link where it says demo version. There you can fill out the information, or you can download a fully functioning demo for a limited time of C4D. So by all means, if you don't have a full version of Cinema 4D, I highly recommend downloading the demo and giving it a shot.
- Creating and animating a null camera rig
- Adding realism to camera moves with the Graph Editor
- Creating clean materials in C4D Lite
- Adding motion with the vibrate tag
- Animating with the Camera Morph tool
- Positioning multiple scenes in 3D space
- Building scene transitions
- Optimizing render settings for final output