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Flinzar says

In cinema 4D, how do i delete an object after a certain object collided with it? (Animation) For example the thing Pac Man eats disappears after it collides with it..like that..please help..

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cinema4dmad says

Ahaa something i can help with ;)

What you want to do is keyframe the traffic lights, So go to the basic tab in the attributes of the object you want to essentially switch off and next to “visible in editor/ renderer” click on the small circle, this will allow you to keyframe the different settings of those options :D

So click the circle, keyframe on then when you want to switch it off, keyframe off :D

If my explanation sucks, which i think it does email me and we can talk more about it :)

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codesignofficial says

use the display tag ;)

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