Hi there, really appreciate this forum, this is my first post here.
Basically I'm struggling to slow down footage on cinema 4D. I'm working on a series of coins that are dropping and stacking one on of the other. The animation is fine but the problem is that it's just too fast for a bunch of coins.
I've tried to change the Time Scale in the general setting and also I've tried to double the amount of FPS so that I could later slow it down on After Effects, but every time I do it something else in my composition changes too. Before messing with the time, the animation looks in a certain way, with a nice flip in the air of some of the coins, but when I try to change the speed, the physics change too and I find myself with a different animation that I don't want to use.
Can someone explain me why is this happening? Can I just slow the animation down without messing the rest up?
can't slow the coins without changing the physics but the coins can drop slower if you turn down the gravity (Project/Dynamics/Gravity). That will affect all the simulations in the scene but if the coins are your only dynamics it should work