Lighting shot 1: Copying and pasting a lighting setup from another project


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Lighting shot 1: Copying and pasting a lighting setup from another project

Now that we have a working light setup that we created in previous movies, we can use that light setup as the foundation for all of our other shots. And it's really important when you're working in a production environment to try to minimize your workload. It saves you time and saves you money. And this is one of those cases. It's really not you being lazy. It's all about being efficient. Rather than do things twice it's always better to use what you have if you can. Let's start off by opening the final project file that was created in the previous four movies. Let me go to the File menu and do a Open.

And I'll navigate to my Desktop, to my Exercise Files, and then Chapter 9. And let's start off by opening the shot-003-lighting_END file. Now remember this is the file that was created in the previous four movies. So this is the starting point and this will be the foundation for all of our other shots. Now let's open up the shot 1 file. File > Open and shot...

Lighting shot 1: Copying and pasting a lighting setup from another project
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Lighting shot 1: Copying and pasting a lighting setup from another project 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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