Join Alan Demafiles for an in-depth discussion in this video Using mograph effector falloffs, part of Cinema 4D: Animating Charts and Graphs.
- So one of the other core techniques that we'll be using…throughout these videos involves mograph effectors.…Mograph effectors are just a way to manipulate the clones…inside of a cloner and have it do an "animate on"…in different ways.…One best way I can show you is through the use…of a plane effector.…I've got a cloner already set up here, I have them selected…and under mograph effector, click on plane.…Those cubes jump up.…Basically this plane effector comes in defaulted with this…100cm offset so if we just disable the position…you'll see them jump back into place.…
It's doing it across all the clones in our cloner.…There's a tab here called "Fall off" and right now…the shape is set to infinite, so it's seeing everything…as being treated equal.…Clicking on it you'll expose these different shapes…cube, capsule, cone, here's a sphere.…Let's throw that on, for instance,…you'll notice that you get these dots here in the center.…Let's make sure that our parameter is set on to position…and we'll turn this up, maybe 600.…
This course is a project-based learning experience that will introduce different tools and techniques for importing, styling, and manipulating chart data in C4D. Alan Demafiles shows how to drive relationships between spreadsheet data and geometry with set-driven XPresso keys, connect points with tracer objects, and animate charts with dynamic primitive objects. He also explains how to customize the look and behavior of your charts and graphs to fit the style of your company or your client's.
- Using XPresso to link data
- Importing spreadsheet data into CINEMA 4D
- Harnessing mograph effectors
- Connecting dots with tracer objects
- Adding text and x- and y-axes
- Creating pie charts and bar charts with CINEMA 4D