1. Software used Maxon Cinema 4D R17 and Adobe Photoshop CC.

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    In this presentation, Rob Garrott of Lynda.com demonstrates an X-Particles setup for visualizing air flow around cyclists in an explanation of drafting. The X-Particle setup includes spawning on collision, modifiers and trails. Rob also shows compositing for the project in After Effects using object buffers and other special passes from Cinema 4D.

    03:16X Particles Basics
    08:52Bicycle Setup
    16:25Change Particle Group
    34:21Q & A

    Recorded live at NAB 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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  3. 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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  4. Heidi Sinsel from Nucleus Medical Media shows techniques for modeling a placenta, including blood vessels and serosa membrane. Heidi utilizes the Spline Project command to project blood vessels onto the curved surface of the placenta, and then utilizes the Sculpting toolset in Cinema 4D to create a serosa membrane surrounding the vessels. Finally, Heidi explains how to use an animated texture to represent the direction of blood flow.

    Recorded live at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Association of Medical Illustrators, at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

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  5. Cinema 4d tutorial by prtcle (pronounced Particle)

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