A few days ago, the new season of the annual NAB 2020 show kicked off to coincide with the release of the new version of Cinema 4D S22. In first day, Hashi The Action Movie Dad demonstrated a great technique for integrating an animated model into Adobe After Effects with Element 3D composition using our File Sequence Exporter plugin.Check out video
Today let’s take a look on how to import OBJ Sequence to Cinema 4D.
Often, when working with large projects, many of its aspects are carried out in various applications. For example, various simulations of destruction, liquid, fire, smoke, etc. In order to integrate the result of such work into the Cinema 4D scene, the format of the sequence of files of some 3D format is usually used. Unfortunately Cinema 4D does not support importing sequence files. In this small video, I’ll show you how to get around this limitation using my plugin Batch Processor.Check out Tutorial
Easily batch handle and convert between all the 3D formats that are supported by Cinema 4D.Continue reading New Cinema 4D plugin: Batch Processor
How to get object modeling axis and set it as object axis in Cinema 4D using Pythontutorial Source code
How to manipulate point objects axis in Cinema 4D scene with PythonCheck out source code and links
Recreating an extremally usefull xpresso preset by Rich Nosworthy.
Using Easy Camera Morph preset you can animate camera movement by camera number instead Blend parameter.
Animate Camera Morph by camera number
Merge Objects Script allow you to merge objects from choosen documents in more convenient mode.Continue reading Cinema 4D Script: Merge Objects
Today let’s talk about on how to create Spline Morph effect using Cinema 4D XPresso module.Continue reading Cinema 4D XPresso: Spline Morph