Everything Cinema 4D
I came across this useful video tutorial on Twitter. Thanks to Tim Clapham of helloluxx for the link. In this video, Joe Lilli of Break into Motion Graphics shows you how to “Force Quit” and “Save” a frozen After Effects project.
— Tim Clapham (@helloluxx) February 27, 2013
In this tutorial, The Pixel Lab shows you how to create a really smooth time-remapping inside of Cinema 4D using Nitro4D’s plugin called Magic SlowMotion. He further explains how the process of how the time remapping is working.
“With this plugin you can make very easy slow motion effect in dynamics. Also there is a spline you can control the animation to easy ease in and out. It is very simple. Just make a new object and select the start and stop. In seconds, you have a nice slow motion effect. It works great with thrausi, catastorphe, nitroblast to make fracture effects in slow motion.”
Pierre Magnol, aka Bright Photon, formerly known as Gkaster, is a graphic designer and an animator. He became famous in motion graphics community as Gkaster, a studio he founded with a typographer, Pierre Fabre. He got his start as an editor for Canal plus, then worked for Ultime. But it was Limoges where he first discovered motion design, and worked as an editor, a special effects specialist and a multimedia project director. After he left Limoges, he started his own company, Kurtzmedias and worked as a director. Since then, he has done countless of short movies, contemporary productions, and corporate animations.
For more, check out his Interview with Fuel Your Motionography
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