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Camera Mapping in Cinema 4D & Compositing in After Effects.
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Camera Mapping allows you to project a texture (in most cases a photograph) on some simple geometry to create a 3D object that can be used in more then one camera angle. Of course the angle is limited but small movements are possible, which is often sufficent. This technique is based on recreating the original camera postion, angle and optical settings. If you have precise information on this you can use it directly, but in many cases some adjustment by sight will suffice.
Visit the Tips & Techniques – Camera a basic tutorial from maxon.net.
Here’s some examples of using images with basic geometry, from Video Copilot Blog.
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Well done, Sir!
This post and your work really helped me a lot!
I’m glad I was able to help you.
buenas noches amigo disculpa que no hable en ingles pero tengo una duda respecto al tutorial tengo cinema 4D R14 studio y practique todo lo que explico en el tutorial y en after effects cs6 me dice error porque? espero que me responda pronto gracias.
en resumen amigo el archivo aec no meda error de compativilidad en el after effect cs6 espero que me responda gracias de ante mano
i don’t understand your question, but if you have problem from the “Exchange Plugins” here the link to download plugin
How to Installing the plugin for data exchange between C4D & AE