Severo Ojea | Apr 26, 2019
In this week's tutorial we fracture an object in Cinema 4D, but instead of rendering it, we use Cineware to use After Effects as a sort of renderer for Cinema. Because we can combine various types of shading through the Cineware effect, we can build some interesting things directly in AE. Also, we forgot to mention, you can add your own camera in After Effects—if you're brave—and change up the angles directly in AE.
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