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Video Copilot 3D Light Bundle (Element 3D + Pro Shaders 2 + BackLight)

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Video Copilot 3D Light Bundle (Element 3D + Pro Shaders 2 + BackLight)
  
Video Copilot 3D Light Bundle (Element 3D + Pro Shaders 2 + BackLight)

Includes Element 3D v2, Pro Shaders 2 and BackLight

Video Copilot 3D Light Bundle includes Element 3D v2, Pro Shaders 2 and BackLight.

3D Light Bundle includes

Element 3D

Element 3D allows you to import 3D objects created in Cinema 4D and OBJ into Adobe After Effects. From there you can manipulate them using a unique particle array system that can distribute 3D objects into any shape! Element 3D also supports your UV texture coordinates so importing and rebuilding your textures is easier than ever.  More Info

Pro Shader 2

300+ Tiled Materials for Element 3D. Metal, plastic, stone, plaster, fabric, concrete, and more!  More Info

BackLight

Create Beautiful 3D Renders! BackLight features 50 8K Environment maps that you can use to light your scene and create stunning reflections inside of Element 3D V2!  More Info

Element 3D System Requirements

COMPATIBILITY:

  • After Effects CS5, CS5.5, CS6, CC to CC 2020
  • Mac 10.7+
  • Windows 7 and up

IMAGE FORMATS:

  • JPG 8-bit
  • PNG 8-bit and 16-bit
  • After Effects layers can be used up to 32bpc

3D File Formats

  • OBJ
  • C4D R12 & Up

GRAPHICS CARD REQUIREMENTS:

  • Nvidia & ATI – Minimum 512MBs VRAM
  • Nvidia GeForce 200, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900 Series (Some restrictions apply)
  • Nvidia Quadro and Quadro FX Series (Some restrictions apply – Check supported GPU list below)
  • ATI Radeon HD 4600 Series and Later for Windows and Mac
  • ***Note:  Intel Graphics cards are not supported with Element 3D***

  • ***NVidia GPUs on Mac OSX Mojave are not supported due to graphics driver limitations.***

Supported GPU list

RECOMMENDED CARDS:

For ideal performance, we recommend at least a GeForce GRX 285 or ATI Radeon HD 4600 with 1GB of VRAM.

RENDER FARM SUPPORT?

It is possible to use Element on a network render farm but we do not recommend or support it because of inconsistencies of in GPU rendering. Since Element renders with impressive speed on a single GPU it is ideal to pre-render any 3D elements before pushing them to the render farm.

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