Compositing the transition shots


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Compositing the transition shots

The thrashing transition is the last element that needs to be composited. Let's go over to the Audio-Video folder and into the CINEMA imports and open up shot-002-A-render and duplicate the composition file here and change the name to shot-002. I'm going to drag that down now and put it into the Working comps folder and open that composition up. Oh I'm sorry. Let's change that name to shot-002-A, just so we can tell the difference between those guys.

Let's open that up and we can see we have our shark come into frame and it looks pretty good, except that we need to now replace the layers here with the RGBA pass. So I'll turn those guys off and go back to the folder and grab the rgb pass and drag it in, there we go. Now we can get the texturizing elements that we used in the first shot and copy and paste them into this. And I'm going to go to the shot-001 file and grab the grain, the brighter, the darker and the fractal noise. Bring tiny_bubbles in as well.

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Compositing the transition shots
Video duration: 3m 47s 7h 2m Intermediate

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Compositing the transition shots provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Designing a Promo

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3D + Animation Video
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CINEMA 4D
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