Join Donovan Keith for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Camera Animation with CINEMA 4D.
- To get the most out of this course you should have the basics of CINEMA 4D down. You should be able to add a camera, rotate around your view, add objects, and animate them. Now, I do actually cover how to do most everything step-by-step that you'll see but you might find that you'll be more comfortable if you first take the CINEMA 4D R16 Essential Training course if you have no prior CINEMA 4D experience. If you're an intermediate, or even a beginning CINEMA 4D user, you should be able to follow this course in order to create some life-like camera animations.
- Animating simple camera moves: pans, zooms, and more
- Animating custom camera rigs
- Smoothing camera moves with Align to Spline
- Simulating first-person point of view
- Adding sweeping crane shots
- Creating trailing cameras and fly-through shots
- Moving the camera with the Camera Morph tag