Importing assets and setting up the After Effects project for final compositing


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Importing assets and setting up the After Effects project for final compositing

All right, we've got all our renders done and we can finally begin the compositing process. Now I've organized the Chapter 11 project files a little bit to kind of clean up the folder and let me show you what I've done here. In the water footage folder are all of the QuickTime elements that were provided for us by iStock. In the psd elements folder I've got my animatic sketches and the brighter.psd, darker.psd and grain.psd files and we'll be using these inside of After Effects. In the c4d renders folder, I've got both the finanim-preview movies and the finished renders.

Now I move those here from the Chapter 10 folder and these are exactly the same things that were generated when we rendered out the batch. So if I open up shot001, you can see that I've got 1450 items here and if I scroll down, the very last thing in the file is the shot001.aec. This is the file we're going to be importing into After Effects and it contains all of our camera and multipass ...

Importing assets and setting up the After Effects project for final compositing
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Importing assets and setting up the After Effects project for final compositing 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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CINEMA 4D
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