How 2D and 3D workflows are merging

You can now manipulate Cinema 4D files in After Effects

You can now manipulate Cinema 4D files in After Effects

Over the last few years, After Effects and Cinema 4D have become a potent pairing of 2D and 3D applications, especially when it comes to motion graphics. The exchange plugins have been popular, with their easing of getting 3D scene data into a 2D workspace. Cineware is both a natural progression of that sort of workflow, but also a new beast altogether.

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