How to create a stunning 3D motion ident

As a motion designer, one of the most exciting announcements in Creative Cloud for me was the strategic partnership between Maxon and Adobe. A large percentage of motion designers spend most of their time working directly between these two applications and, whilst there was a pipeline between the two, there was always room for improvement. Now we have Cinema 4D Lite, which enables designers to create assets that are ready to composite in After Effects CC.

Previously, one of the most awkward things for me used to be exporting camera data and render passes - when making amendments this process would become very tedious in terms of re-importing. Now the process is a lot more streamlined, with the option to handle this all in real-time inside After Effects CC.

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