Pixel Lab Training C4D

If you create a C4D render and want to replace/composite a screen in After Effects this tip might help you out. If the screen solid comes into AE completely jacked up, you need to go back into C4D and make sure it’s set up correctly.

NOTE: If you don’t want to make your screen editable, then go through the same process of setting up the axis directions properly before fitting the screen into place and you won’t have to make it editable. Just make sure it’s rotated in the proper direction before you set the width/height of the plane. It’s a lot easier if you’re aware of this issue before setting up the plane, so hopefully this will save you some time!

 

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  1. Michael
    Michael03-04-2013

    Thank you!

  2. jorge barrionuevo
    jorge barrionuevo03-04-2013

    finally!!! i was getting mad !. thanks sooo much for the quick tip!. and please make another video with this phone but in cloner objects how can i replace each screen of the conler object. :)

    thanks!

  3. Remington
    Remington03-04-2013

    This has been driving me crazy. Thanks for the tip!

  4. Rory
    Rory03-04-2013

    Great tip, and so simple, thanks so much! I’ve been doing a lot between AE and C4D and thats been coming up a lot. Thanks a lot, that made my day! :)

  5. Eduardo Meireles
    Eduardo Meireles03-09-2013

    Man you done again..You`r rock..Save a lot time..

  6. Shiny_m
    Shiny_m03-26-2013

    Best tip!

  7. Mike
    Mike05-29-2013

    So helpful. I’ve definitely run into this problem before, and dealt with it that long and tedious way. Thank you.

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