Andrew Kramer | Maxon NAB 2020 Rewind
Andrew Kramer, in his Maxon NAB 2020 Rewind, shows you how to create modular dynamic elements inside of Cinema 4D. He breaks down the shots of a crazy storm in Las Vegas. He brings it into After Effects for compositing, sound effects, and final touches. Great stuff, as always!
Andrew is, of course, the man behind Video Copilot. He is a creative director known for his design work on film and TV as well as his contributions to the design community through innovative tutorials and creative plug-ins.
3D for the Whole World
Cinema 4D S22 is Maxon’s first subscription-only release giving customers early access to performance and workflow advances including UV unwrapping and editing tools, improved selection and modeling tools, organizational licensing for volume customers, and updated viewport technology with support for Metal on macOS.
Maxon has also boosted Cinema 4D’s pipeline compatibility with GLTF export, GoZ integration for Z-Brush, and support for node-based materials in FBX and Cineware.
Cinema 4D S22 is immediately available for subscription customers. Perpetual license holders of Cinema 4D will enjoy a release that will incorporate the features of S22 and much more later in the year.Try Cinema 4D for free!
Posted by Michele Yamazaki