I have a project in my hands, where I need to create some graphics for a tv broadcast show. They asked for for some cubes rotating. In these cubes, it will be displayed some text, which I was planning to create in After effect.
However I cannot get the cubes look straight from the perspective view, it always shows some sides of the cubes. SO I tried the frontal view and perfect, it looks frontal. Therefore I put some solid with external compositing tag ( I tried as well with lights)
But, once I export the project to After effects, the camera shows that the solids dont display in the right way and showing some weird layout, really different from the frontal view.
I could be wrong but I don't think AE supports orthographic cameras (ones that have no perspective). I think what you'll have to do instead is move the Cinema camera waaaaay back and zoom waaaaay in to reduce parallax and thus minimize the view of the cube sides to the point that they aren't noticeable.