Sean Frangella shows us how to get wireframe renders in Ae, using the new cinema 4D renderer. The output tone should be informational but lighthearted as well!
When it comes to creating the perfect video, few things can compare with working in an app like After Effects and Cinema 4D. These powerful programs have helped countless creatives bring their vision from concept all the way through post-production – but what does this mean for you? Well if your computer doesn’t yet seem fast enough or graphics intensive footage causes laggy playback on a timeline then now might be a good time make sure that everything works perfectly by updating both applications!
[pullqoute align=“right”] learn how to create 3D wireframe animations, beginning with Cinema 4D R18 and adding effects in After Effects[/pullqoute]
Creating a wireframe is the first step to bringing your project into Ae. To do this, you’ll need some software that can create geometric shapes like Cinema 4D and After Effects for instance; but it doesn’t stop there! Once these are done with their job in order creation of different elements on screen – such as background landscapes or intricate 3d models- start using them by setting up sequences within an atom Arrays which will show how those particular things should look after they’ve been animated over time frames.
This workflow is perfect for those who need to create technical wireframe renders along with motion graphics. You can start by importing your file into After Effects using CineWare and then use some new features found in Adobe’s newest versions of software like AE CC 2017, Cinema 4D R18 Studio or Truespace Pro; these programs make it easy because they have all the tools needed right out-of-the box!