In this presentation, Andy Needham demonstrates Cinema 4D techniques in projects for Lyroke, Six Nations Scrum Down, The Goalmouth, Muse, and Google #THISPLACE.
In Lyroke, Andy utilizes MoGraph and Camera Morph to create a logo animation featuring a VU Meter wall.
For Six Nations Scrum Down, Andy utilized a Cinema 4D Content Browser preset stadium and a Rigid Body Dynamics simulation of a rugby ball, and finished the logo animation using the Camera Morph.
In The Goalmouth, Andy demonstrates the use of Cinema 4D Cloth and Atom Array to create a soccer (football) goal, as well as an emitter with Rigid Body Dynamics for confetti.
For the Muse project, Andy copied Illustrator artwork and pasted directly into Cinema 4D using Cineversity's ArtSmart plugin. Spline Mask and Camera Morph are used in the completion of the logo animation.
Finally, Andy discusses his role in Google's #THISPLACE promo. Cinema 4D was used to simulate paper cutouts to populate an urban and outdoor environment.
17:57Six Nations Scrum Down
49:28Q & A
In this presentation, Robert Hranitzky demonstrates the power of Cineware 2.0 with Adobe After Effects CC 2014.1 to quickly adapt to client changes, as well as projects showcasing the Mission Aero speaker, Arnold for Cinema 4D and the Wacom Intuous 5.
03:14 Mission Aero Project 09:24 Cineware Introduction 12:52 Chromatic Aberration 14:37 Cineware 2.0 16:50 After Effects Centered Comp Camera 19:09 Layer Restriction 20:38 Merge Comp Camera 21:45 Depth of Field / Multipass 28:46 Windowlicker Project 40:30 Wacom Intuous5 Trailer
Following a complete overview of the Cineware workflow, Robert shows the production process used by colleagues Daniel Hennies and Phil Amelung to create the Windowlicker imagery that accompanied the announcement of Arnold for Cinema 4D. Finally, he shows how Doodle was used to previsualize the Intuous 5 trailer, which was then simulated and rendered with the help of Turbulence FD and Arnold for Cinema 4D.
Recorded live at IBC 2014 in Amsterdam.
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