Opening and Creating Cinema 4D Lite Files

Import Cinema 4D files directly in After Effects, then create your own 3D file from scratch. After that you can edit in Cinema 4D, and ready for render in After Effects.

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 02:00

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1.1
Introduction To The New After Effects
02:00

2.The 3D Connection
8 lessons, 58:38

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2.1
Opening and Creating Cinema 4D Lite Files
07:08

2.2
Creating and Adding Textures for the 3D Pipeline
09:08

2.3
Adding Text and 3D Lights To Your Scene
07:03

2.4
Animating The Scene
07:10

2.5
Creating Cameras
05:33

2.6
Multi-pass Rendering
04:12

2.7
Tracking 3D Objects into Moving Footage
09:13

2.8
Adding Shadows to 3D Compositions
09:11

3.New Rotobrush and Refine Edge Techniques
4 lessons, 30:00

3.1
The New Rotobrush
07:11

3.2
Using Refine Edge
08:46

3.3
Refine Edge Across The Clip
04:15

3.4
Adjusting Refine Edge Settings
09:48

4.The Warp Stabilizer VFX
4 lessons, 26:50

4.1
Selective Warp Stabilizing
07:23

4.2
Creating Extreme Effects With Warp
04:36

4.3
3D Tracking with Warp
08:34

4.4
Advanced Tracking
06:17

5.Final Details
1 lesson, 05:09

5.1
Small But Important Changes
05:09


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