Learn to import C4D files into After Effects and edit them using the included Cinema 4D Lite. Author Jeff Sengstack demonstrates how to view animations built into the files in real-time, or split files into constituent layers so you can add effects in After Effects. Learn more from the complete After Effects training course at Infiniteskills.com.
Product Version: CC
Jun 18, 2013
Jeff Sengstack, After Effects, CC, Cinema 4D, Edit, Import, Infinite Skills
In this movie, it’s time to get started with an editing project. The first step is to import media—all of the raw video, photographs, and audio that will be edited together into a final movie. Abba Shapiro demonstrates how to import individual files, or complete folders full of media. He explains how files are stored and linked to a project. He also demonstrates how to browse and preview clips on the hard drive before importing them into Premiere Pro.
In this episode of the Complete Picture, Julieanne Kost demonstrates the two most frequent methods for importing files into Lightroom. She discusses the advantages of each workflow, whether you’re importing directly from a card or importing images already copied to a specific location on your hard drive.
Nov 16, 2011
download, import, lightroom, Add to Catalog, Copy Images