C4D Quick Tut: Camera Tip

Pixel Lab Training C4D

In this quick tip for beginners I’ll show you a really useful tip for animating a camera in C4D. This shortcut should save you tons of time!


    1. Bob Thompson
      Bob Thompson05-28-2013

      How did I not know this? Awesome! Thanks for the tip!!

    2. CCIDgfx

      That’s crazy that no one else has mentioned that before…great tip..Thanks =)

    3. rich nosworthy
      rich nosworthy05-28-2013

      So useful that! Also useful to freeze your transform on the camera if you wanna keep the position, then just resetting PS & R gets your back to where you were

    4. michael120

      thx for this one. great tip.

    5. Michael

      Great tip. I’m not a beginner anymore and was aware of the key command-shift-Z but I read so many other things and do so many other things that it was no clear to me what it was good for. These simple tutorials that put words to pictures which are so much more memorable make all the difference. Thanks!!

    6. roger justin
      roger justin05-28-2013

      thanks bud that was help full

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    8. Rogue Robot
      Rogue Robot05-29-2013

      Fantastic tip. Thanks to you and GSG, I’m not exactly a beginner anymore either, but I never knew this shortcut, and it’s so helpful.
      Keep up the good work!

    9. simon

      Big thanks for this tip!!! One problem that always drives me mad!

    10. john t
      john t05-29-2013

      nice tip. What I did before was had 2 cameras and switched between the two. One I intended for animation and the other I intended just to move around the viewport. It’s a very mindful practice I’m used to now.

    11. vmedium

      I also like to add a protection tag to the camera.

      Or another method is to add a single keyframe on frame 1… then you can move the camera around all you want, but as soon as you step back or forward a frame it will jump back to the view you were in.

    12. Noah

      Beautiful. Thanks for the tip!

    13. Rendermachine

      One of the best and cool tip../.Thanks a ton for that

    14. Steve

      Great tip!

    15. ciaran

      Slapping a Protection tag on the camera will often help too.

    16. Ben

      thanks mate!

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