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  Have you ever wanted to bring something from Cinema 4D into After Effects with some compositing tags but the nulls don’t come over correctly or are acting strangely? This “hack” of baking your animation might save your bacon and a lot of frustration. Hope it helps!
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  Have you ever had a .eps or Adobe Illustrator file flicker when you render it? It’s super annoying and frustrating! Thankfully there is a quick fix hidden deep in the After Effects menus (like all good fixes). I hope this helps save you some frustration at some point. Cheers! Follow me on the socials:...
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  Just a beginners quick tip for setting up your C4D scene so you can have a more realistic composite in AE. Hope it helps some of you out!
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  In this short Cinema 4D and AE tutorial I’ll show you a way to set up your renders so you can composite in really nice and realistic glows by using the Ambient Occlusion pass in a way you wouldn’t normally think of. Hope it helps! The text is from our Trailer Text Pack you...
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  Sell 2D items in 3D space with this hack job. Quick tip on the After Effects Auto-Orient option as well as the how to achieve that effect in Cinema4D with the Look At Camera Tag.
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  This is a really simple, yet incredibly useful tutorial. If you don’t know about C4D Cappucino and AE Motion Sketch these tools will really improve your workflow. They both help you automate your keyframing and animation which will save you a ton of time. I’ll also go over the Cinema4D Key Reducer function and...
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Quick Cinema4D tutorial on how to use the shadow multipass to composite shadows in After Effects.  
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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,...
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In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create the bouncy/springy effect seen in a lot of infographics lately. In C4D it’s really easy to do with the delay effector. In After Effects I’ll show you how to use a very simple expression to instantly give you the spring effect. Props to http://www.digitalsandwich.net for sharing...
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