Join Rob Garrott for an in-depth discussion in this video Building smooth shots with Camera Morph, part of CINEMA 4D Essentials 3: Cameras, Animation, and Deformers.
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Another new addition to the camera tools in CINEMA 4D R14 is something called the Morph Cam Tag. …The Morph Camera Tag allows you to create smooth transitions between Camera Objects. …I'm in an empty scene file here. …I'm going to add a cube to the scene and then just add a camera here for this position. …Now I'm in the Perspective view, I'm not looking through the camera yet. …What I want to do is create a transition between two cameras. …So let's add a second camera. …I'm going to orbit around a little bit and add a camera right about here. …That's pretty good.…
Then I'm going to orbit around and add a camera down here and then I'm going to add one, and …let's also rotate this camera a little bit. …So let's adjust the banking so that it's dutched. There we go. …So now you can see we've got this three Camera Objects here. …Now what I want to do is create a transition from this camera, to this camera, to this camera. …Before the only way to do that would have been to take the position information from …
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