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baf2681 Envato team says

how do i do this?

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flashato says

Select an object in c4d,right click apply tag>external composit tag to it.in the render option check the box external compositing,after effects.save.Cinema will generate an .aec file.open ae,import the aec file.there will be a camera,and a null .the null is the c4d object previously taged,and camera will have key frames data of c4d.It is not easy for me and my english to explain that in 6 lines, but in real world it is very easy.if you want i set up a 5 minutes video 4 you .

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juanmar00 says

baf2681 my friend, check out this topic , thereĀ“s a nice script that exports camera data from c4d into ae, and without the rotation that usually comes up when you do it the normal way with comp tags

http://aenhancers.com/viewtopic.php?t=653

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flashato says

hops sorry i thought it was “Export camera data from C4d into AE” and not export data from After Effects to Cinema 4D :)

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baf2681 Envato team says

thanks. ill give it a try.

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