This week's quick tip is brought to us by regular Cgtuts+ author Aleksey Voznesenski. Today Aleksey will show us how to use 'Cappucino', a simple mocap tool built into Cinema 4D that captures your mouse movements and records the positional data. Aleksey will then show us how to clean up this mocap data using the Key Reducer, a handy tool for smoothing out your animations and removing unnecessary key frames. Let's have a look!
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