Rendering in Vector format - to use in Cinema 4D.
by John Fisher on Jan 15, 2013 at 9:31:38 am
In the past out of habit I've created a make around an image/shape in Illustrator CS3 and saved as a vector .ai file. I import that into Cinema 4D and away I go. However using After Effects I haven't and I'd like to.
Say I have an image/logo, I import into a composition and use either a mask tool, maybe auto trace or roto brush even. I have a mask over the image. Do you know how can I save that one frame of the composition with the mask as a vector format so I can use in Cinema 4d?
Re: Rendering in Vector format - to use in Cinema 4D. by John Cuevas on Jan 15, 2013 at 3:10:51 pm
Can't save it out of AE that way. If you have already done the work, you might be able to copy the paths and paste them in Illustrator. I know you can paste from Illustrator to AE, so it should work the other way around.
Johnny Cuevas, Editor
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