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Henry Hodge
Huge Cineware Issue
on Apr 10, 2014 at 7:01:01 pm

Hey,

I am having trouble with integrating AE and C4D right now using Cineware. I have camera tracked live action footage of which I have exported into a linked cinema 4D file to create water. I have experienced no problems until recently. After Effects/Cineware is not showing the actual 3D object itself of which I have created, however the surrounding framework remain which show that a C4D layer is present. It's as if the object has disappeared.

Thanks!
-Henry


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Walter Soyka
Re: Huge Cineware Issue
on Apr 11, 2014 at 3:37:32 pm

[Henry Hodge] "After Effects/Cineware is not showing the actual 3D object itself of which I have created, however the surrounding framework remain which show that a C4D layer is present. It's as if the object has disappeared."

If you're using the Ae comp camera, is it possible it's pointed such that the 3D object is off-screen?

Walter Soyka
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Henry Hodge
Re: Huge Cineware Issue
on Apr 11, 2014 at 4:12:39 pm

Hey,

I have flicked through all cameras, emphasising the same exact camera that I am working with in Cinema 4D, all cameras (two of them) are facing the object. I originally exported the camera track data to Cinema 4D, so things should be matched up perfectly, which they were before until this problem suddenly and randomly occurred.


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Walter Soyka
Re: Huge Cineware Issue
on Apr 11, 2014 at 4:24:30 pm

If you create a basic test -- just a new comp, with a new C4D file, with just a simple cube in it -- do you see that geometry in Ae?

Walter Soyka
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