The end page shot: Combining multiple passes to form a final composite shot


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The end page shot: Combining multiple passes to form a final composite shot

The rnd page is the next shot we are going to work on. So, let's go to the Audio-Video folder and open up the CINEMA imports and get shot-004-shark as our starting point. I'll duplicate the composition, Command+ D on the keyboard, and hit Enter and get rid of all that extra stuff, so it's just shot-004, and let's move that to the Working comps folder. And then we can open up that composition, shot-004, and in shot-004 we are going to drag in the RGBA Pass from the Special Passes, let's get that in here, and I put it down on top of everything else.

We could turn those other layers off just in case so there is no mistaking that we don't need them. And now if we scrub through this we can see that there is our shark swimming through. Next thing we need to have is our logo on top of that. And our logo is in a separate render folder so let's drag in the logo-render and that is just a single file, and we don't need the composition for it. All we need is the actual l...

The end page shot: Combining multiple passes to form a final composite shot
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The end page shot: Combining multiple passes to form a final composite shot 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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