Blending the passes in After Effects


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Blending the passes in After Effects

I'm back here in After Effects. If you've downloaded the project files that came with this training, go ahead and do Command+O or Ctrl+O to open. Go up to Chapter 3 folder/After Effects/videowall composite3_starter. Open up and that brings in the same two video sources we had earlier to play with. Now, I want to import my multi- pass render and again, it's important. You don't do O to Open, but you do Command+I or Ctrl+I to Import a Cinema .aec file.

Command+I, I'm going to go to my multipass renders folder. There is my .aec file. You see all of these other layers. Videowall.mov is my normal render but there is the ambient, diffuse, object buffer, reflection, rgb, which is redundant to the whole render, shadow and specular. So, I'm going to go ahead and import just the aec and it will bring in all of those other special passes for me. Here is my videowall object. There is my normal render. Here is the RGB render, but also inside the videowall folder, I have my ambient,...

Blending the passes in After Effects
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Blending the passes in After Effects provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the CINEMA 4D and After Effects Integration

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3D + Animation Video
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CINEMA 4D
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