Mograph Techniques – 4 – Mixing 2D and 3D with After Effects and Cinema 4D

You’ll probably forget where you’re up to, so please keep a note for the next time you visit.

Animating to Music – 1
Dynamic Camera Movement – 2
Dynamic Falling Objects in Cinema 4D – 3
Mixing 2D and 3D with After Effects and Cinema 4D – 4
Modeling and Animating with Cinema 4D Cloners – 5
Morphing Particles in Cinema 4D – 6
Physics Simulations in After Effects – 7
Rigging a Robot Arm in Cinema 4D – 8
Spline Dynamics with Cinema 4D – 9

Welcome
Choosing the right version of CINEMA 4D
Using the exercise files

Looking at the animation goal
Creating a ribbon animation as a transition
Using Bend deformers
Using the Spline shader to add text to the ribbon texture
Applying dynamics to text
Creating a cube transition with MoGraph
Making a 3D globe animation
Preparing to import into After Effects using CINEWARE
Importing CINEWARE layers into After Effects
Using multipasses
Extracting 3D scene data
Next steps

Now head over to Part -5 – Modeling and Animating with Cinema 4D Cloners