Game changer? I think so! In this tutorial I’ll go over how to use the Cryptomatte feature in Redshift for Cinema 4D and After Effects. It’s an amazing way to quickly deal with mattes/buffers. If you haven’t used Cryptomatte, I HIGHLY recommend adding it to your workflow!
If you use Octane, I have an Octane version of this tutorial here.
To download the free Cryptomatte plugin for After Effects go here.
To check out Redshift Lighting Essentials go here.