- [Instructor] So let's bring in camera three and four.…Let's go to import,…camera three.…Let's open all these up.…Now that we have a few cameras in here,…one of the things that we want to do…is over in the camera plane,…let's change the display mode on all these cameras…to look through camera.…That way when we switch between the cameras,…the camera planes won't be crisscrossing.…
Now let's take a look.…Camera two.…Here's camera three.…And this is nice, 'cause now the window's already placed,…and everything's all set.…Camera four.…And this is really the advantage of taking the time…with your 3D tracking to match to a scene.…
We could have 10 cameras, 20 cameras,…and you can use the same scene setup…if everything is done correctly.…And these all look good.…The last thing we'll do…is we're going to do a test render here.…So we can just make sure that the reflections…in the window look good,…and if we want to do any last minute tweaks.…
Okay, great.…The reflections in camera four look pretty good.…Let's look at camera three.…
- Exporting cameras to Maya and After Effects
- Importing models
- Setting up scenes for compositing
- Setting your color space
- Using 3D in After Effects to add a change
- Connecting all of your shots
- Rendering final composites
Skill Level Advanced
VFX Techniques: Crowd Replication with After Effectswith Lee Lanier2h 54m Intermediate
VFX Techniques: Digital Set Extensionwith Lee Lanier1h 47m Intermediate
SynthEyes Essential Training (2015)with Brian Morse2h 34m Beginner
1. Exporting Cameras to Maya and After Effects
Exporting from SynthEyes7m 29s
2. Working in Maya
3. Compositing in After Effects
4. Using 3D in Cinema 4D Lite to Add a Change
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