Tutorial: After Effects, Cinema 4D, and The Foundry CameraTracker Workflow- Pt. 1 & 2


By Alicia VanHeulen on Jan 18, 2012 at 08:30 AM

Post by Joren Kandel at The Pixel Lab. “This is an amazing workflow, made possible by the Foundry Camera Tracker and the new Maxon Cinema4D Export plugin for After Effects.” Update: Parts 1 and 2.

Post by Joren Kandel at The Pixel Lab.

 

PART 1: "In this supersized tutorial series, I’m going to go over the workflow to complete a 3D track using the new Foundry Camera Tracker in After Effects. In this first part we will go over the After Effects side of things. In the next tutorial we will head over into Cinema 4D where we will add 3D objects using the 3D track data! This is an amazing workflow, made possible by the Foundry Camera Tracker and the new Maxon Cinema4D Export plugin for After Effects."

 

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PART 2: "In part 2 of this tutorial series, I’m going to go over the workflow to complete a 3D track using the new Foundry Camera Tracker in After Effects. Let’s head over into Cinema 4D where we will add 3D objects using the 3D track data! This is an amazing workflow, made possible by the Foundry Camera Tracker and the new Maxon Cinema4D Export plugin for After Effects."

Also- Check out Joren's Cinema4D Export plugin tutorial here: thepixellab.net/cinema-4d-tutorial-ae-c4d-maxon-plugin

 

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