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Re: Newb: is C4D right for me? Need a reality check.

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Shawn MillerRe: Newb: is C4D right for me? Need a reality check.
by on Jul 13, 2011 at 3:38:11 pm

Hey Steve,

Sorry for jumping in on your question to Owen, I didn't know if you've seen the C4D and AE integration tutorials on Lynda.com, but they're both very good. Also worth noting is that the author of those tutorials (Rob Garrott) often co-hosts a live chat on Cineversity Live every Wed @ 11:00am PST. (http://www.cineversity.com/live/). It's a good opportunity to get some of your C4D questions answered in a live format.

http://www.lynda.com/CINEMA-4D-11-tutorials/cinema-4d-designing-a-promo/605...

http://www.lynda.com/CINEMA-4D-12-tutorials/CINEMA-4D-Rendering-Motion-Grap...

And in case you haven't seen them, videocopilot.net also has a few 3D/AE integration tutorials (http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorials/3d/)... though, I think only one of them is C4D centric. If you're new to AE, VCP is really one of the best resources for beginners. Between the Cow, VCP and Lynda, you can really get a good grip on AE and C4D in a fairly short time... I wish they had all been around when I first started learning motion graphics and VFX. :-)

Thanks,

Shawn



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