Join Andy Needham for an in-depth discussion in this video Render settings and exporting, part of Creating a Show Open in After Effects and CINEMA 4D.
…In this video, we're going to take a look…at our render settings, and exporting from Cinema 4D.…So we're going to choose the Render Settings button.…And I'm going to just check the Output here.…going to make sure we're rendering All Frames.…So, 160 to 684.…And then we are going to check the Anti Aliasing and we want to set that to Best.…And if you are finding your scene is…pretty slow to render, you might want to drop…this to 2.2 and change some of the…Threshold, maybe something like 20 to speed up things.…
You could also change the filtering type and…I'm going to try the mix fill string type.…For this, one thing we want to look at in the Options…is the Motion Scale for when we're doing our motion vector pass.…I'm going to change this to 64.…And I'm going to look at the Multi Pass settings.…And if I check that, I'm going to use Shadow…Correction, just to help our shadows when they come through.…And when we check the Save option here, we're not going to save a regular image.…
We're going to uncheck that.…But we do want to make sure our Image Color Profile that gets…
Want to create the same effect in Nuke? Check out Creating a Show Open in Nuke X and CINEMA 4D.
- Using CameraTracker to track a shot
- Solving the camera data
- Setting a ground plane
- Importing the logo
- Animating the logo with the inheritance effector
- Randomizing particle motion
- Lighting the scene
- Compositing in After Effects